Located in beautiful Southwest Florida, it is considered
the second safest city in all of Florida. It is situated among many
fresh and saltwater canals. You can say that it is a boaters paradise!
The population is roughly 160,000. If you enjoy boating, fishing
and beautiful sunsets this could be your dream destination. The
Cape is home to all ages.
is plenty of wild life as well as endangered species still residing
here. It would not be unusual to spot the American Bald Eagle soaring
in the pastel skies. Outdoor recreation abounds here in the Cape. No
matter what your interests, you are sure to find it here. There are
numerous parks and recreational facilities to enjoy. Cape Coral has
captured small town living at its best. If you have made Cape Coral
Fl your home or you are here for a visit, you will find no need
to venture anywhere else. Cape Coral Fl is alive with plenty of
shopping, fantastic restaurants, movies, and festivals. The fishing
here is excellent. Whether you are after that large mouth bass or the
powerful snook and red fish.
homes on Cape Coral start at modest prices and venture on
up to meet the needs and designs of even the most discriminating
buyer. You may choose from direct gulf access, river access (Caloosahatchee
River) or any of the freshwater lakes and canals to build your dream
home. There are plenty of skilled builders contributing to the southern
style of modern architecture. People from every walk of life have
found that Cape Coral Florida can meet their expectations and dreams.
Much of the coastline and barrier islands are protected to prevent
over development. There are numerous schools on Cape Coral. All
of Lee County participates in the school choice program. Some of
the schools require uniforms while others do not. It's your choice!
Located not more than 20 miles from here lies one of the world's top
ten beaches, Sanibel Island. Shelling on Sanibel is some of the best
in the world. Sanibel Island Florida is home to more kinds of wildlife
than you could possibly imagine. All of Southwest Florida enjoys miles
of beautiful white sandy beaches. The clear blue waters of the Gulf
of Mexico make outdoor recreation some of the best. You will find that
there is plenty to offer such as boating, parasailing, kayaking, sailing,
canoeing, snorkeling, or simply soaking up the sun on a raft enjoying
the gentle lapping of the Gulf at the shoreline. You will even witness
dolphins leaping out of the water. The waters in Southwest Florida are
also home to the gentle giant called the Manatee or sea cow.
Florida is also rich in culture and history. It was first home to the
Calusa Indians. This was their home as far back as 1150 B.C. The southwest
coast of Florida was the first landing spot for Spanish conquistadors.
They came ashore with their galleons full of treasure and gold. It was
also a haven to the pirates who sailed the turquoise waters of the Gulf.
whether you are here for a visit or as a new resident, come enjoy Cape
Coral and all it has to offer. Its small town charm will be your sanctuary
as you explore all the marvelous treasures of Southwest Florida.