PEI real estate - Souris is a Canadian port town in northeastern Kings County, Prince Edward Island. It is located in an area famous for its beaches and potatoes, containing the majority of Prince Edward Island's potato manufacturers.
Souris Prince Edward Island is a unique town of 1,300 people in Kings County, on the eastern end of PEI, Gateway to the Iles de Madeleine via the CTMA. The beauty of Souris starts with the first view that you have of the Town. You’ll see long sandy beaches, pristine coastline and green rolling hills. As you enter Souris you will find the beautiful Souris Beach where you not only can swim and relax with a picnic but also clam dig for your supper.
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. Learn about the rich history of Souris, things to see and do, our exciting calendar of events, local festival dates and full details of where to eat and stay while in Souris. Discover our parks, stroll our waterfront and shop for handmade quilts and sweaters, Island preserves, works by local artisans, and much, much more. Discover Souris - rich in history, lots to see and do and the Gateway to the Iles de la Madelein.
From the time you get your first view of this picturesque town you will be mesmerized by the natural beauty. It's where the land, sea and sky come together giving you a view worth stopping for.
While you're visiting be sure to check out our sites and island cuisine;some of the islands finest. Island crafts can be found from Souris to East Point. There is lots to see and do in Souris and the surrounding area.If you are a golfer then try out the Rollo Bay Greens it is a great 9 hole course. There are two distillery's in the Souris area, one is on the south side and the other on the north side of Route 16.
Then there are our beaches...Imagine walking for miles on white sand dune beaches there are ten or more in the eastern region. If you have never been to the "Singing Sands" beach then be sure to stop off at Basin Head beach. Just shuffle your feet when you hit the sand and it will sing for you! Don't stop there be brave and jump off the bridge into the run...
East Point Lighthouse is a must ... climb to the top and view a spectacular 360 degree picture. Don't stop yet continue around the tip and head to the "Tuna Capital of the World", North Lake. Deep-sea fishing, tuna fishing, restaurant, beach and more will be waiting for you. If you are there during tuna fishing then be sure to check in with the Harbour Master to see if any fisherman is bringing in a tuna ....worth the trip to see this magnificent fish weighing anywhere from 400 lbs to 1400 lbs. Imagine having one of them on your line!!! we do have trout for those less venturesome.
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