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Pei Golf Resorts Rank Among The World’s Best
It has been said that from the air, Prince Edward Island might appear to be one giant golf course. It is truly a golfer’s paradise, really. Our intimate Island may well be small, in fact the smallest province in Canada, but it is nothing if not big on hospitality and Prince Edward Island is often said to offer the best golf experiences in the country. In fact, it’s been voted the best golf experience not once, but two years in a row. It could well be the rolling greens, or it could be the sand and water traps alternating with woodlots that give our courses that distinction. Or it could be the vistas that extend for miles, melting into the horizon.
Or it may well be the fact that you can easily spend your entire vacation doing nothing but hitting the links – and still want to return again and again. There are, after all, no fewer than 30 courses that extend from coast to coast on our cozy Gentle Island; you have the pleasure of experiencing a uniquely beautiful course every day. Or two in one day should you so desire. And Prince Edward Island golf courses are as varied as the designers behind them and as the golfers on them. Our range of elite golf resorts includes the revered links at Crowbush Cove.
Boasting 18 holes over 6,901 yards, featuring nine water holes and eight holes near the famous dunes on the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Crowbush Cove is famous among golfers the world over. The resort’s 5-star rating comes from Golf Digest and the course is listed among the “Sweet Sixteen” top courses worldwide. For those who want to sit back and relax between rounds, Prince Edward Island itself has much to offer. This gentle paradise teems with as much (or as little!) activity as you desire. Not the least of which includes the indulgences of the ocean’s bounty including the catch of the day which could include Tuna or marlin or perhaps something else; lobster kept fresh year round; mussels or clams. All of it, of course, accompanied by a PEI potato. After dinner, or after your round of call, enjoy the rejuvenation of a walk along the miles and miles of champagne-sand beaches. Or take a hike along one of our many nature trails winding across the countryside. You’re also welcome to bike across our green rolling hills.
Kayak along our beautiful coast, lined with dunes and red cliffs. Go fishing for an 800-lb. blue-fin tuna. There is truly something here for every outdoor enthusiast. Shopping, arts, crafts, music festivals and some of the world’s best seafood dining are also must-experience attractions for any Prince Edward Island visitor. And just as we have a wide spectrum of things to do on the Island, we offer a range of accommodations too. From campgrounds, to bed and breakfasts, to hotels and the finest five star resorts. If you love golfing, or just spending time in a beautiful and rejuvenating haven, look no further than Prince Edward Island, The Gentle Island.