Cape Coral has abundant sunshine days and balmy nights with almost endless opportunities for waterfront living. Everything you could want as a warm haven for the winter-weary. Cape Coral is a vibrant and friendly community with all the beauty that you expect from Southwest Florida, and snowbirds love it!
With over 400 miles of canals with waterfront homes and docks, boating, fishing, and water sports are a significant enhancement to the quality of life in this coastal community. Cape Coral was started about 40 years ago and is made up of 114 square miles of land. It is the largest city in Southwest Florida and the largest between Tampa and Miami.
Funtastic playtime abounds with golf courses, tennis courts, boats & boat ramps, athletic parks, natural preserves, beaches, lakes and a mega-river. Then there is parasailing, kayaking, sailing, canoeing, snorkeling, Jet skiing, sailing, fishing, snorkeling, water tubing, rollerblading, biking, jogging, walking, soaking up the sun, beach-combing, watching dolphins leaping out of the water, and the gentle giant called the Manatee.
The area is well known for the many types of wildlife. It would not be unusual to spot the American Bald Eagle soaring overhead. Spend some time walking along the miles of shoreline if you have an interest in wildlife. The fishing here is excellent. Fish regularly swim the canals, and can be caught with deep running minnow lures. Whether you are after that large mouth bass or the powerful snook and red fish.
Cape Coral is one of the fastest growing areas in Florida and now has more than 160,000 people. It is located on a large peninsula on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Cape Coral is the 3rd largest city geographically in the state of Florida with an area of 115 square miles and is the 11th largest city in population.
Cape Coral has captured small town living at its best. It was built to serve as a haven for harried folks, and lives and breathes to ensure that stress is forgotten and anxiety is chased away. Life tends to be this easy in all respects here in Cape Coral, so prepare to adjust to a simpler way of being.
Enjoys miles of beautiful white sandy beaches where you can build sandcastles to your hearts content. By sure to bring your your swimsuit and flip-flops. The clear blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico make outdoor recreation some of the best. Cape Coral one of the most desirable winter visitor locations in the entire world.