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Gorgeous beaches, great golf and fun family attractions are just a few of the things that make Cape Coral vacations so popular. And with 400 miles of canals, you can expect waterfront living at its best. Located in Lee County, along the glittering Gulf of Mexico, Cape Coral is a vibrant, friendly city with all the beauty you'd expect from the south. Our Cape Coral vacation homes offer luxury waterfront accommodation with unique features such as private boat docks and lifts, large swimming pools, movie rooms and exquisite canal views.
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Known for its year-round sunshine, Cape Coral is the perfect place to vacation. Located near Fort Myers along the shimmering Gulf of Mexico, this vibrant and friendly destination offers all the natural beauty you’d expect from southwest Florida. With its endless miles of canals, it’s no wonder that a big part of Cape Coral’s allure is its water activities. Often dubbed the ‘waterfront wonderland’, Cape Coral has more navigable waterways than any other city in the world, making it a top spot for boating, fishing and watersports. You’ll find a good selection of Cape Coral vacation rentals located within easy reach of the local facilities. Homes are available in a range of sizes, and offer impressive amenities such as private pools and spas, spacious indoor/outdoor living areas and stunning lakeside and canal views. Many of our Cape Coral vacation rentals are located along the waterfront, with private boat docks and boat rentals available on request.
For those who enjoy a game of golf, Cape Coral’s fantastic year-round weather makes it an ideal location to play. One of the best golf courses in Cape Coral is the Coral Oaks Golf Course, a signature-designed championship course built within a century-old oak hammock.
There’s a lot more to Cape Coral than just the water though. Out and about you’ll find a whole host of things to do at the city’s many and varied attractions. What’s more, Cape Coral is within easy reach of Florida’s west coast beaches, and other top spots like Sanibel, Captiva and Tampa.
If you’re looking to entertain the little ones, then Sunsplash Water Park is a great place to head. The park is home to 14 acres of water slides, plus fast flumes, a lazy river and numerous pools. Located along the shores of Lake Kennedy, the park has a boardwalk for nature spotting, and is a popular spot for fun-filled family days.
No trip to Cape Coral would be complete without a little retail therapy at the city’s many shopping malls and plazas. The main shopping centers are located on Del Prado Boulevard, Pine Island Road and the downtown area also known as The South Cape. You’ll also find great shops and strip malls at Marina Village and Cape Harbor.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite you may want to head to the restaurants in Cape Coral. Whether you’re looking for a takeaway burger, a juicy steak or a taste of the local seafood there are plenty of options for all tastes and budgets. The Fish Tale Grill offers great fresh fish, and Rumrunners in Cape Harbor Drive is one of the best waterfront restaurants in Cape Coral.
After dark, Cape Coral comes alive with a selection of sports bars and live entertainment venues. Some of the best bars in Cape Coral are The Dek Bar in Caloosahatchee, where you’ll find good food and live music, and the First Round Draft bar on Del Prado Boulevard, a hip hangout with TVs, a patio and pub grub.
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