Winery & Coastal Ride
From Nellies landing, this tour begins at Railhead park, which is the beginning of the Confederation Trail for PEI and head on up to Murray River . This village has shops, restaurants and pontoon boat tours at Captain Nate’s. You can then take a loop and see the beauty of the historic MacLure’s Dam and majestic pines. MacLure’s dam is the largest body of freshwater on PEI. Next up is Rossignol’s winery, and sample many of their award winning wines and take in the breathtaking views. Their hours are 12 – 5pm daily, You can check out their website for more information, a must visit if you are a local winery enthusiast. From there you can travel eastward towards Cape Bear Lighthouse and Marconni station, the historic lighthouse that received the first distress signal in Canada from the Titanic as it was sinking off the coast of Newfoundland. During this ride you will see unobstructed views of the Northumberland Strait with Nova Scotia on the horizon.
If you are adventurous and don’t mind a few bumps on a dirt road, be sure to go down to the end of the Black Brook Road where you will see spectacular views and may even catch a glimpse of some marine life (whales, seals, dolphins). You are going to want to have your camera out for this tour!
Major Sites To See
Top Things To Do
Top attractions, adventures and activities most enjoyed in and around Murray Harbour – Wood Islands, PEI, Canada and the surrounding areas includes beachcombing, fishing, boating, hiking, sailing, cycling, biking, sightseeing, picnicking, ocean kayaking, birding, and golfing.