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Souris Travel Guide

Souris, Prince Edward Island is a Canadian town of 1,300 people in Kings County, on the eastern end of Prince Edward Island, and Gateway to the Iles de la Madeleine via the CTMA-ferry.

Souris is known for its long sandy beaches, pristine coastline and green rolling hills. At beautiful Souris Beach, visitor can not only can swim and relax with a picnic but also clam dig for supper. Located on route 2, outside of town, Souris Beach Provincial Park is a day use park featuring an unsupervised beach, playground, showers and canoe and kayak rentals. Souris Beach is a great windsurfing location.

Visit the historic Matthew and McLean Building located at 95 Main Street, in the heart of Souris, serving as the region’s new Cultural and Visitor Information Centre. Discover Souris' parks, stroll long the waterfront and shop for handmade quilts and sweaters, Island preserves, works by local artisans, and much, much more.

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Basin Head Fisheries Museum, Souris
Basin Head Fisheries Museum

Basin Head Fisheries Museum tells the story of PEI’s historic inshore fishery through all new displays and exhibits that...

Elmira Museum, Souris
Elmira Museum

Elmira offers the chance to experience what it was like to ‘ride the rails’ in Prince Edward Island with the...

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