Located in southwest Florida, just west of Fort Myers and northeast of Sanibel Island, Cape Corallies along the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, the Intercoastal Waterway and the Gulf of Mexico. This tropical paradise boasts of more than 400 miles of blue water canals, making it a prime area for fishing and boating. Crossing one of three bridges, will put you in the city of Fort Myers, where you will find the Edison-Ford Estate, two Major League spring baseball stadiums and The Performing Arts Center.
Just across the Sanibel Bridge, Sanibel Island beckons with its pristine beaches, renowned for its excellent shell browsing. Cape Coral's abundant sunshine and access to the Gulf of Mexico, make it a perfect destination for boating, fishing, tennis, golf and many other outdoor activities. If you are a history buff or love beautiful flowers, you may enjoy visiting the Historical Society and its prized Rose Garden.
The city of Cape Coral is one of Florida's fastest growing areas, geographically the third largest city in southwest Florida, and rightly so, for it enjoys unmatched weather, where sunshine is almost constant, making every day a predictable delight. In the city's southwest section, you will find upscale Tarpon Point Marina, with its quaint boutiques, restaurants and evening entertainment. The south central area hosts the retail hub of the city, and the northern portion consists primarily of estates and single family homes.
So pack your swimsuit, flip-flops and dancing shoes and come on down to friendly Cape Coral, and while you're at it, sign up for Daily Deals, select your favorite Cape Coral activities and start saving on your southwest Florida purchases.
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