Red Sands Shore
Graced with sandy beaches, red cliffs, green rolling hills, and blue Northumberland Strait, South Shore is a paradise. Rest in the shade, explore clay roads, search for treasures, swim in secluded bays-it’s all here! Discover unspoiled corners as you meander along the curving roads, highways and bi-ways. As you explore these uncrowded roads and coastlines, you’ll experience the peaceful landscape of this very pastoral region of PEI.
Cultural heritage is nestled in the quaint Village of Victoria, also called Victoria-by-the-Sea. Rich in seafaring tradition, it is the Island’s only designated heritage village. History and cultural buffs are free to roam the streets on foot acquainting themselves with the shops, eateries and the centrally located little theatre with big ideas.
Red Sands Shore is also home to Confederation Bridge, the world’s longest free standing bridge over ice covered water – you will find many look outs where this great vista can be captured. At the foot of the Confederation Bridge is Borden-Carleton. A bustling little marketplace, you will find food and retail services, a liquor store, and a Visitor Information Centre (plus fun experiences like Dress Up as Anne, and Play in Clay).
Find adventure and tranquility on the south side of PEI, and enjoy the wealth of colour and the scent of sea air found on the Red Sands Shore.