Where did the first Acadians who came to Isle Saint-Jean (present-day Prince Edward Island) settle?

The first large group of French settlers who came to the Island were not Acadians; these 200 or so people came from France.  They mostly settled at Havre Saint-Pierre and Havre-aux-Sauvages, where they could fish cod.

The few Acadian families who moved to the Island in the 1720s settled at Port-Lajoie, Havre-aux-Sauvages, Rivière-du-Nord-Est (Hillsborough River), Tracadie and Malpeque.