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PEI National Park & Historic Sites
PEI National Park is home to two full-service campgrounds and historic sites operated by Parks Canada in PEI include Green Gables Heritage Place and Province House.
Petite Riviere Vineyards
Petite Riviere Vineyards is a destination winery in the LaHave River Valley Wine Region on the south shore of Nova Scotia. Its winery location is idyllic, serene and located within 5-miles of three of the provinceÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¢ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¾Ã‚Â¢s most beautiful beaches. The setting is picturesque; French designed winery with large terrace overlooking the vineyards. You would think you were in Provence!
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Planters Ridge Winery
At Planters Ridge Winery, we pay exceptional care to our grapes, growing varietals carefully selected to excel in our unique Annapolis Valley terroir and are focused on crafting well-balanced aromatic whites and silky smooth reds. Our tasting room, a stunning renovated 155-year old timber-framed barn, steeped in history is open year-round for walk-in tastings and scheduled educational tours. We offer wine by the glass as well as local food boards. Come join us on our patio in summer or by the fireplace in winter for a glass of uncompromising Nova Scotia wine in a serene locale. Hours vary seasonally. Taste the Tradition and Passion in every bottle.
Prince Edward Island Sea Salt Company
We are Prince Edward Island's first modern hand harvesters of sea salt. Our pure sea salt is hand harvested on the North Shore and is totally unrefined with absolutely no additives. We are fortunate enough to work with some incredibly talented local producers to infuse their gourmet food products into our pure sea salts. Currently, our infusion line includes products from Rossignol Winery, Receiver Coffee Co. and Eureka Garlic. With many more soon to come. You can purchase our salts online and in select locally owned retail locations on PEI.
Province House is the Legislative Building of Nova Scotia. You are invited to explore the history, art and architecture of this National Historic Site and Canada's oldest seat of government on its 200th anniversary.