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Malpeque Bay and around
Oyster lovers may be quite familiar with the name Malpeque: the local bivalves are shipped the world over, though of course the freshest are found at PEI restaurants. It's said that one of the reasons they taste so good is because they're drawn from the water with tongs, not by dredgers.
Nearby, in Park Corner, Anne of Green Gables pilgrims make stop at the museum.
Malpeque Bay and around at a Glance
Elsewhere in Prince Edward Island
- Basin Head
- Bay Fortune
- Brackley Beach
- Greenwich (P.E.I. National Park)
- New London and Stanley Bridge
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