North Rustico Harbour, Prince Edward Island in Pictures

We visited many beautiful and spectacular places during our adventure on Prince Edward Island.

One spot that stands out for me is the village of North Rustico and North Rustico Harbour. It left such a strong impression in my memories of our time on the Island. Here was truly the first spot we had to relax with a great meal and unwind after a full day of air travel and driving.

It gave us something like a welcoming gift to the Island; a simple, but beautiful present wrapped in the opportunity to walk around one section of the harbour area. To start soaking in what we were to discover as the Island’s splendour and charm, including the first of the many lighthouses which the Island is known for.

When I reflect back to that first evening strolling around the harbour after dinner at the Blue Mussel Cafe it seems like my senses went into overload from the sights, sounds, colours and atmosphere that enveloped me.

I hope the following few pictures leave you with that same feeling.

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4 thoughts on “North Rustico Harbour, Prince Edward Island in Pictures

    1. Wow. First, thanks for commenting. That is one tough question to answer. I think for me it’s likely a couple of things. First, it would be the red sand beaches and cliffs. Walking along the beaches at sunrise or sunset with the ocean on one side and red cliffs on the other was spectacular. Secondly, the laid back lifestyle and people. Islanders were the most friendly and hospitable people we’ve ever met. Lastly, PEI is in my opinion one of the quintessential places that define us as Canadians. Hope that answers your question.

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