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Cape Coral, Florida
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Cape Coral, Florida

Cape Coral is located in southwestern Florida, right at the Gulf of Mexico. With more than 372 miles (600 km) of canals, Cape Coral has also been nicknamed the "Venice of America" and is the ideal location for boaters.

It is also the perfect location for anyone who is looking for a peaceful and relaxing vacation. In addition, Cape Coral is becoming more and more popular with affluent vacationers in the United States. All vacation homes are located in U.S. residential areas.

The area around Cape Coral and Fort Myers offers nearly unlimited recreational and sports activities.

Beaches: The magnificent beaches of Sanibel and Captiva Island at the Gulf of Mexico are only a 15- to 20-minute drive away, as are the beaches in Fort Myers Beach.

The beaches here are clean and extremely safe. Due to the low currents and the shallow waters, Fort Myers Beach is ideal for families with children.

Sports and recreational activities:

Deep-sea fishing, surfing, water skiing, jet-skiing, para-sailing, snorkeling, diving, power-boating, tennis, mini golfing and horseback-riding are just a few of the many activities you can enjoy.

Golfers in particular will appreciate the many beautifully landscaped golf courses in Cape Coral and vicinity.

Of course, you can also rent a boat to explore the waterways and canals from the boat dock of your Florida vacation home. In Florida, no boating license is required.


Day Trips*:
Thomas A. Edison's winter residence in Fort Myers 20 minutes
Naples (Naples Pier, Riverwalk) 30 minutes
Everglades National Park (airboat round trip) 1 hour
St.Petersburg / Tampa 1,5 hours
Miami / Fort Lauderdale about 2,5 hours
Orlando (Disney World, Universal Studios, Seaworld, etc.) about 2,5 hours
Cape Canaveral (U.S. rocket launches) about 4 hours
Key Westabout 5 hours

* Approximate driving time from Cape Coral