Prince Edward Island and Magdalen Islands

This summer, come and discover the hidden treasures of the most popular islands in the Maritimes. In Prince Edward Island, visit the must-see attractions including the Acadian Museum, the Acadian Village of Prince Edward Island, Anne of Green Gables and the famous Cavendish Dunes. A Celtic music show is also on the program; an evening that will undoubtedly get your toes tapping!  The trip continues to the Magdalen Islands, a classic tour of Groupe Voyages Québec. The particularity of the Magdalen Islands will always be its inhabitants. The remoteness of the islands has allowed the Magdalen Islanders to develop a warm   welcome, making you feel at home as soon as you greet them.  The beauty of the landscape, welcoming inhabitants and the music, will make your trip unforgettable. You will want to return!

9 days | 8 nights | 18 meals




  • All ferries
  • Transportation by luxury coach
  • Accommodation for 8 nights
  • Baggage handling in the Magdalen Islands only
  • 18 meals
  • Services of an accompanying guide
  • Local guide services
  • Activities on the program
  • Visit of Anne’s house… the house of green gables
  • Stop at the beaches of Prince Edward Island National Park
  • Visit of the bottle houses
  • Visit to the Acadian Museum
  • Visit to an oyster farm
  • Charlottetown city tour
  • Stop at Province House
  • The House of the Lieutenant Governor
  • Confederation Center of the Arts
  • Stop at La Vernière church
  • Stop at the Côte site at Étang-du-Nord
  • Visit to the Church of Fatima
  • Visit of the historic site of La Grave
  • Visit to the Maritime Museum
  • Visit of Havre-aux-Maisons
  • Guided tour of the Smokehouse of Yesteryear
  • Visit to the Cultures du Large interpretation center
  • Stop at Dune-du-Sud beach
  • Visit to the Seal Interpretation Center
  • Stop in the villages of Grosse-Île, Old Harry and Grande-Entrée
  • Lobster gratin dinner
  • Crossing the Confederation Bridge
  • Taxes and service charges


  • Personal insurance
  • Meals or drinks not mentioned
  • Tips
  • Optional activities or excursions
  • Baggage handling outside the Magdalen Islands
  • Compensation fund for customers of travel agents (FICAV)







PRICES (price per person)

From $3629*

From $2759*

From $2519*

From $2399*

*Price per person in single, double, triple or quadruple occupancy. Please note that prices may vary depending on the departure date selected.

Your trip in detail


NB: For technical reasons, the itinerary, as well as the course of each day, can be modified. The mileage and duration mentioned are given as an indication only.

D1: Departure to Moncton 

Morning drive to New Brunswick.  D/S

D2: Moncton – Summerside (2 nights)

Morning visit to Anne of Green Gables, a historic site known for the famous story of Lucy Maud Montgomery. Later in the day, free time at Prince Edward Island National Park with its dunes and the Cavendish beaches. L/D

D3: Summerside – Cavendish – Summerside

Early in the day, visit the bottle houses: three unique buildings made of over 25,000 bottles. Stop at the impressive Gothic Revival church of Mont-Carmel. Visit the Acadian museum, where the story of these tenacious Islanders is told. Enjoy a regional lunch.  In the afternoon, visit a typical oyster farm and learn more about this renowned delicacy.  Return to the hotel. PD/D

D4: Summerside – Charlottetown – Magdalen Islands

In the morning, city tour of Charlottetown with a local guide. Discover the capital’s historic and maritime past; including photo stops at the replica of Province House the Lieutenant Governor’s house, the Confederation Arts Centre and Peakes Quay. Drive to Souris. Board the CTMA ferry. Dinner on your own.  After a five-hour crossing, arrive at Cap-aux-Meules, the land of the Magdelinots. PD

D5: Magdalen Islands

At the beginning of the day, discover Cap-aux-Meules, the Main Island and town of the archipelago. Guided tour and photo stops, including one at the wooden church of La Vernière, a true architectural jewel. Stops at the port and the Côte à l’Étang-du-Nord site, a public park located near the picturesque fishing harbour of l’Étang-du-Nord. The colossal sculpture by Roger Langevin represents the fishermen, the effort and the solidarity of the people.  Stop at Belle-Anse where the red sandstone cliffs crumble due to erosion. Visit of the original church of Fatima inspired by the modern movement. The exterior of the church is in the shape of a shell and is symbolic of the sea. In the afternoon, discover the Île du Havre-Aubert and its most important attraction: the historical site of La Grave. Classified as a historical site, this small pebble beach, a favorite place for fishing, recalls the time when cod was the main economic resource. Visit the Sea Museum. PD/D/S

D6: Magdalen Islands

In the morning, enjoy a guided tour of the northeastern part of the archipelago via Havre-aux-Maisons Island. Many consider it to be one of the most beautiful islands of the archipelago because it has kept its countryside look with its colorful houses. The smoothness of the relief contrasts with its red cliffs. Enjoy a guided tour of the Fumoir d’Antan, an exceptional setting for the smokehouses of the Magdalen Island, and learn about the origins of a century-old expertise. Visit the fascinating Centre d’interprétation des Cultures du Large to discover the world of shellfish farming, sea aquaculture and lobster fishing. Stop at the truly spectacular Dune-du-Sud beach along the red sandstone cliffs. After lunch, visit the Seal Interpretation Centre which focuses on the fascinating world of seals, a discovery visit with historical, scientific and ecological content.  Photo stops in the villages of Grosse-Île, Old Harry and Grande-Entrée (the most important lobster fishing port in the Islands). PD/D/S

D7: Magdalen Islands

Before noon, possibility of an ecotouristic excursion (optional $).  Admire the beauty of the landscapes and learn more on the geology, the marine fauna and the ornithology of the Islands. Lobster guédille lunch. Visit the parish of Bassin and stop at the Millerand wharf, where you will find fishing boats, lobster cages and much more. At the end of the day, visit the “Site d’Autrefois”, an immersion in the Magdalen and Acadian culture (island life, fishing, agriculture, family, etc.). Visit of Barbocheux. Return to the hotel for a lobster gratin dinner. PD/D/S

D8: Magdalen Islands – Fredericton

In the morning, board the ferry to Souris. In an area known for its beaches, this village has the majority of the potato processing plants on Prince Edward Island. Lunch on your own.  In the afternoon, crossing of the Confederation Bridge. Drive to Fredericton.

Day 9: Fredericton – Return

Return trip. PD/D *** Please note that the order of activities and meals in the Magdalen Islands may vary without notice.

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Pick-up points and routes

Route: Highway 20 eastbound


Departure times are subject to change without notice. In case of disparity between the departure times indicated in the brochure or on the website and in your travel documents, the latter take precedence.



Comfort Inn & Suites 2055 Autoroute des Laurentides
6 h 00 am

Montréal (Centre-ville)

Dorchester Square, 1170 Peel Street
6 h 45 am


Metro parking P2, 1200 Saint-Charles Street West
7 h 15 am


Tim Hortons, 3520 Boulevard Laframboise, Saint-Hyacinthe, QC J2R 1J9
8 h 15 am


Walmart, 1205, boul. René-Levesque
9 h 00 am


Stop 10, 1260, chemin Quatre-Saisons, Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Conseil, Québec, Canada, J0C 1A0
9 h 15 am


Bus station, 3001 Quatre-Bourgeois Road, Quebec City, Québec, Canada, G1V 5A6
10 h 30 am


Moncton: Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown

Summerside: Quality Inn & Suites

Îles de la Madeleine: Château Madelinot

Fredericton: Best Western Plus or Radisson Kingswood Hotel & Suites

*These hotels are for reference only and may change at any time for a similar hotel.