Known as the "Garden of the Gulf", the island is located in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence north of Nova Scotia and east of New Brunswick, with which it forms the Northumberland Strait. PEI is Canada's smallest province. Its small size means you're never more than a 15-minute drive from the beach!
There are three convenient ways to arrive on PEI. From New Brunswick, cross the dramatic Confederation Bridge, a journey which takes about 10 minutes and brings you to the southwestern region of the province. The confederation bridge is the world’s longest bridge over waters that freeze over in winter. Or make the journey from Nova Scotia with Northumberland Ferries, which takes about 75. Or arrive by air at the Charlottetown Airport which with direct connections to Toronto, Halifax and Montreal.
Regardless of where you arrive, ABBY VILLAS is within a one hour's drive.
Abby Villas is located between woods, reddish white sand beaches, ocean coves and the gentle rolling farmlands in the western part of the Green Gables Shore – the central north-shore region. Thanks to its position in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, PEI has pleasantly moderate temperatures.
The outstanding natural beauty of PEI is unrivalled.
PEI is heavy in farming culture, is the second-largest producer of potatoes and also specializes in exporting mussels and oysters, and tuna fishing.