Anyone who lives or has spent time on P.E.I knows there's more to the Island than just Anne of Green Gables and red sandy beaches.  There are extraordinary landscapes, provincial parks, historic sites and breathtaking views all over the province that visitors from all over the world travel here to see.

This year, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, CNN named Prince Edward Island number one on their list of seventeen travel destinations everyone has to visit.  We put together a collection of places on the Island that you have to check out next time you stop by!

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Prince Edward Island National Park


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Cavendish Beach


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Green Gables Heritage Place


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Cedar Dunes Provincial Park


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Brackley Beach


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Kensington


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Montague


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Basin Head Provincial Park


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North Rustico Beach


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Victoria-by-the-sea


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New London


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Argyle Shore Provincial Park


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Rock Barra


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Panmure Island Provincial Park


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New Glasgow


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Canoe Cove


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Rice Point


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Greenwich Beach


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Chelton Beach Provincial Park


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Saint Peters Bay


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Peake’s Quay


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Confederation Trail


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Port-la-Joye


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Red Point Provincial Park


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Twin Shores Camping Area


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Dalvay-by-the-Sea


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Jacques Cartier Provincial Park


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Avonlea Village


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Wood Islands Provincial Park


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