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Cape Coral
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Cape Coral Info

Welcome to the Venice of the United States - this is how the beautiful Cape Coral is also known for its approximately 600km long network of waterways.
The location on the west coast of Florida on the Gulf of Mexico is an excellent starting point for the most beautiful beaches in Florida. Cape Coral is separated from the neighboring city of Fort Myers and by the Caloosahatchee River. But eventhe trip over one of the many bridges on the peninsula Cape Coral is worth seeing. The offshore island Sanibel and Captiva have miles of gorgeous beaches, which are used by vacationers all year round. You will find numerous water sports, beach bars, restaurants and many small boutiques and shops.

In addition, in just 20 minutes you can reach Pine Island and the small fishing village of Matlatcha. Here was the world-famous series Flipper shot. Furthermore, enjoy the incredible view in "Bert's Bar" while enjoying the best fish and chips.
Here you will find all the information you need to plan your holiday in Cape Coral.

Cape Coral
 
Cape Coral

Cape Coral Facts

markerPopulation: 150.000 - State: Florida - Language: English

markerCurrency: US-Dollar

markerEntry: Passport

markerBest time to travel: all year

markerAirport: Southwest Florida International Airport

markerCape Coral attractions

markerBeach from Cape Coral

markerCape Coral dock

markerHarbor/Marina in Cape Coral

markerThe Resort at Marina Village

markerPine Island

 

Sport in Cape Coral

Water sports enthusiasts will find a wide range of activities at the beaches: Surfing, water skiing, jet skiing, parasailing and snorkeling are just some of the many options.

Rent a powerboat for trips along the coast or book a deep-sea fishing tour with an experienced captain. Especially golfers get their money´s and can use numerous well-maintained facilities in the area. In addition, tennis courts, badminton courts, mini golf and much more are available.

Horse lovers can take guided rides through the beautiful nature reserves and along the beach.

Incidentally, in Florida you do not need a license to drive a motorboat. You are welcome to rent a motorboat to explore the unique water landscape of the region on your own.

Sport in Cape Coral