IntroductionLocated on the south shore 23 mi/37 km southwest of Charlottetown, Victoria, Prince Edward Island, has become an artists' colony, but fortunately the artists haven't pushed out the traditional industry—fishing. Together, these two industries give the tiny village an eclectic atmosphere. After perusing the local crafts, head down to the wharf to see the fishing boats or visit the lighthouse to examine old photos of the village. Then stop for tea or coffee at one of the cafes or tearooms, or take in a show at the local playhouse. The town offers some great views, both inland and out into Northumberland Strait.
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