When visiting Cape Coral, you will quickly discover why it is the largest and fastest growing city in Southwest Florida. You will find fabulous restaurants all around with food from all over the world, from Mexican to Thai, Chinese to Peruvian. You can enjoy professional baseball, hockey and arena league football, as well as boutiques and galleries that offer unique arts and crafts that are designed and created in Southwest Florida. For the golfer, there are a total of six different golf courses to choose from, only in the city of Cape Coral.
All the above set aside, the absolute coolest this about Cape Coral, is its 400 mile network of fresh and saltwater canals that run all throughout the city, leading out to the Gulf of Mexico. For the ocean lovers, the sparkling white beaches of Sanibel, Captiva and Fort Myers are just a boat ride away.
Cape Coral is a tropical paradise that offers something for everyone.
Before bridges connected Estero Island to the mainland, Fort Myers Beach was a 7-mile stretch of coastline known for its shallow water, no undertow and little else. These days, the safe beaches remain, along with family friendly fun, charming Gulf side seafood restaurants and nightlife that get going just after yet another immaculate sunset.
Some call it Downtown Fort Myers. Others know it as the historic River District or the City of Palms (drive down McGregor Boulevard and you'll know why). Whatever its name, since Thomas Edison and Henry Ford established their winter estates here, this Southern influenced town has grown into a city with attractions and atmosphere worthy of a bigger city's envy.
You will be captivated by Captiva Island, sister to larger Sanibel Island, where once, pirates roamed, conquistadors explored and Calusa Indians called home. The mystery and adventure is still here. Spectacular white sand beaches with pastel colored seashells and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. Whether you prefer walking down miles of white sand beaches, relaxing by the heated swimming pool, shopping in a vacationersí paradise or dining island style, you can have it all here at this tropical island destination.
Remote and undiscovered, North Captiva Island is accessible only by boat. This tropical paradise is part of the Lee Island Coast barrier island chain in South West Florida. Strewn across an expansive preserve, we invite you to vacation in amazing vacation villas, bordered by miles of pristine sand beaches. With the intercostal on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other, our vacation rentals are a natural enclave secluded and protected by natural beauty.
There are 5 miles of beautiful beaches to walk on North Captiva and itís known for some of the best shelling in the world.