The old beach. Red sand beach. It is very long and consists of 3 paragraphs. One ticket can enter and exit. The three parks are not connected, and the ones who go out and come in. It is recommended to drive ten million more than the price. There are changing rooms in the park. There seems to be no bath.
Not far from the shadow of the green gables, the red sandstone washed by the Atlantic ocean waves is charming in color, strange in shape, and picturesque. It is a must-see when traveling to Prince Edward Island. Especially the lobsters at the shore restaurant are fat and oily, and they are delicious and unforgettable.
Cavendish Beach is very magnificent. The reefs here are red, which is formed by long-term soaking and scouring of the sea. Standing here and looking out to the sea, I really feel broad-minded. It is also the most famous natural landscape on Prince Edward Island and will definitely amaze you and feel the magic of the power of nature.
Cavendish is one of the main tourist attractions of Prince Edward Island. It is the hometown of the famous Canadian female novelist Lucy Montgomery. There are the ruins of Lucy’s residence and the writer’s resting place not far away. She lived in the scenic area. The furnishings inside the house are based on the setting more than a hundred years ago, and there are barns, carts and groves next to it. The tombstone is neither big nor high, and everything still looks like a civilian and kind.