Roma's programs have changed for another Covid-19 summer. Social Distanceing is a requirement and all Covid-19 protocals are followed
The Roma Site is a secluded, quiet, picturesque spot tucked away in an historic PEI location where you can wander the grounds and browse the signage explaining the  historical significance of the Jean Pierre Roma era (1732-1745) and the Macdonald era of the 1800s ... check out our collection of artifacts unearthed at the Site in the 1970s. We serve an Heritage Lunch every day and Afternoon Tea. Roma Bread, our speciality baked on Site, is served with Lunch & Tea. New this summer is oven fired pizza served on Friday
Phone: 902 838 3413
505 Roma Point Road
(off Rte 319, 8 km from Montague)


Jean Pierre Roma at Three Rivers is a member of Points East Costal Drive
2012 video features the
Roma Heritage Lunch and
 marvelous views of the Site ...

Jean Pierre Roma National Historic Site of Canada

 Jean Pierre Roma, a visionary French businessman, sailed three boats to the future Roma Site in June 1732. Roma and his men set to work and within a few years his crew had cleared 200 acres and had constructed nine buildings as part of Roma's plan … an international trade centre.

Roma's boats transported dried cod, trade goods and alcohol along a network between France, the West Indies, Fortress Louisbourg and Quebec. And Roma's crew constructed many of PEI's first roads connecting his Site with St Peters Bay and Port La Joye and many other locations.

Roma's Site lasted only 13 years when in July 1745 it was burned to the ground by British Privateers.

276 years have passed since the burning and sacking of Roma's Settlement in 1745. In recognation of this sad event, the Great Escape of 1745 Festival will be held on **July 31, August 7 &14.  Additionally on **July 31st the Three Rivers Arts and Cultural Festival will  be staged at the Roma Site.

OPEN ...   July 1, 2021  to  September 24, 2021

Roma Site
Roma from Above
(click to enlarge)
  • Walk where French merchant Jean Pierre Roma carved a trading company out of  the dense Acadian  forest in the 1700s.
  •   See where three Canadian Heritage Rivers meet. 
  • Look for signs of a tunnel built by Roma to bring goods at water level from the tall   ships to his Company House.
  • Discover flowering woodland plants and shrubs.
  • Dog friendly

Find the hidden beach at the end of Roma's Trail
The Cod Fishery was Roma's economic engine ...
cod was filleted and dried on spruce branches and then shipped back to France
Banquets and Weddings are marvelous at Roma ...
 the Roma Site can be rented for private events such as weddings and business events ...
While listening to the colourful history of Prince Edward Island and the Three Rivers Settlement through story and music, participants will also get the chance to taste the food of Roma's time during the intermission.

There will be locally sourced mussels, heritage bread made with Roma's settler's original recipe, and some sweet treats! There will also be a wide variety of alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks to wet your whistle.

Immerse yourself in the past this summer at Sea, Sand & Fire.
More details and dates
September 27@ 7:00 - 9:30
 local storyteller is Perry Gotell from Tranquility Cove Adventures and the musician is Shane Pendergast
 still available for September 27th event