Cavendish Beach

With beautiful white sand and striking views of sandy red cliffs, you’ll understand immediately why Cavendish Beach is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. A part of Prince Edward Island National Park, Cavendish Beach is the perfect place to soak up some sun or go for a long walk along the shores of the Atlantic. Besides its natural beauty, Cavendish Beach also offers easy access to hiking, cycling, and golfing, so there’s sure to be something for everyone on or near these sandy shores.

Getting There

Getting to Cavendish Beach is half the fun. Take your pick of transit methods: land, water, or air! The fastest way is the Confederation Bridge, the famous bridge that connects PEI to mainland Canada. At 12.9 km in length, crossing the bridge is a memorable experience in itself. If you prefer to travel by water, you can take a ferry from Nova Scotia to PEI. From the ferry terminal, it’s then a 100 km drive to Cavendish Beach. And yes, you can even fly direct to the Charlottetown Airport, putting you within easy driving distance of the Cavendish Beach. European travelers can take a one stop flight from London, Paris, Istanbul and other popular European cities.