Vacay.ca, one of the leading source of Canadian Travel information online has listed Prince Edward County as one of the Top 20 Best Places to Travel in Canada 2021. In fact, PEC made it to the 6th place.
Only 4 places in Ontario made it to the Top 20 namely:
6th Place: Prince Edward County
12th Place: Niagara Region
13th Place: Georgian Bay
2oth Place: Pukaskwa National Park
With everything mentioned in the article, there is so much to see in the beautiful Prince Edward County. You may want to stay at the county more than one day to appreciate all of them. Sandbanks Waterfront Cottages is one the places at PEC where you can rest and enjoy the view of East Lake while waiting for another day of strolling.
The influencer website wrote:
“Stretching just over 1,000 square kilometres (600 miles), Prince Edward County is a jewel of an island strewn with riches in every corner. Nature abounds here with vast open spaces while the charming communities of Picton, Wellington, and Bloomfield delight visitors with artisan shops, farmers markets, and global cuisine.
Most famous for being Ontario’s fastest wine-growing region, Prince Edward County is home to almost 40 wineries. But beyond wine is a wealth of family-friendly attractions and activities that honour the County’s natural beauty and agricultural roots. Wrapped within 800 kilometres (495 miles) of shoreline are sandy beaches, provincial parks, wildlife observatories, conservation areas, the mysterious Lake on the Mountain, and the 49-km (30-mile) Millennium Trail.”
“Vacay.ca Contributor Ming Tappin Says: “The outdoor activities and natural beauty of the County make it a logical vacation getaway. My favourite time to visit is during the off-season when the air is cooler and the crowds are thin — an appreciated bonus right now. Spring in the County brings blooming fields, budding vines, and newborn farm animals, and winter serves up maple-syrup treats, snowshoeing, and hot chocolate (or mulled wine!). As COVID-19 vaccinations are completed, this autumn will likely be an opportune time for a trip to view fall foliage, enjoy harvest dinners, and join in the Wassail wine celebrations after the vines have been put to bed for the year.”
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