The duplex that is one block away from Cape Coral Parkway. Close to restaurants, marinas, pristine beaches and Islands like Ft. Myers Beach, Lovers Key (Bonita Springs), Sanibel and Captiva. Check the Bohemian charm of Matlache, an artsy town on the water. happy hour at The Boat House restaurant and Westin Marina Resort for drinks while enjoying the sunset.
Complementary Internet, Apple TV.. Kayaks available. Relax, explore! check our area and our Kayack rides:
Our Home is a brand new duplex surrounded by trees on a saltwater canal. Located in a safe neighborhood and central location. Plenty of parking space in the property. We have 4 kayaks to use. Cape Coral is preferred so as to pull back from the beaches and have a quiet night. Manatee and dolphins are seen in and along the canal. Night kayaking is really amazing.
We have fast internet and Apple TV hooked to a wide screen.
CAPE CORAL COMMUNITY OVERVIEW
This easy going waterfront community for the boating and water sports. Off the water, charming restaurants, shopping and kid-friendly attractions bring our area’s largest city a little closer.
The easy going waterfront lifestyle in Southwest Florida inspired local developers in the 1950s. They created canals to encourage local boating.
Today, a lively strip of restaurants and stores along Cape Coral Parkway and Matlache offer endless activities for kids, including Sun Splash Family Water Park, Mike Greenwell’s Family Fun Park and the 27,000-square-foot Eagle Skate Park.
Nature lovers always find themselves at Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, where a boardwalk guides you thru a quiet mangrove habitat without disturbing the wildlife. Just remember to look for Cape Coral's most famous resident – the burrowing owl, often seen day and night throughout the community.
You can also discover water, wildlife and wonderful adventures when discovering Cape Coral with more than 90 miles of interconnected routes bordering nature preserves, scenic canals, marinas, golf courses and the expansive Caloosahatchee River.
Lover’s Key (Bonita Springs)
Be sure to Youtube this. This beach is truly beautiful. The water is crystal clear and the guests lately have been sighting dolphins and manatee. Shelling is prime here.
MALATLACHA COMMUNITY OVERVIEW
To visualize a picture of Pine Island, first capture the spirit of the folks who live there. Part cozy town, part fishing village, at the center of this 17-mile-long canvas of imagination is the colorful artists’ enclave of Matlacha.
Quirky and infused with the soul of artists past and present, Pine Island takes you back in time. Found just over "The Fishingest Bridge in the US" from Cape Coral, the heart of Pine Island is a collection of homegrown shops, galleries, fish markets and residences. The rest of Pine Island eases into a rural landscape where the speed of life takes a back seat to independence, peace and quiet. Green stretches of pine woods and scrubby hammock accent the spaces between the island’s distinct yet neighborly communities of St. James City, Bokeelia, Pineland and Matlacha.
Matlacha (pronounced Mat-luh-SHAY) forms a bridge from the mainland to Pine Island, which, like Sanibel and Captiva islands, relies only on stop signs to control the flow of traffic. The most well-known of the Pine Island communities, Matlacha occupies its own small island dotted by colorful shops and galleries, seafood markets, funky waterside restaurants and a community park that fronts Matlacha Pass, part of the Great Calusa Blueway paddling trail. This artist paradise is possessed by a strong bohemian charm, and it’s easy to fall under its spell.
Cape Coral is 35 min. From Ft Myers Airport, 30 minutes from Ft. Myers Beach and Sanibel Island. Matlacha is 15 minutes away.
FT MYERS BEACH COMMUNITY OVERVIEW
FT. Myers Beach sits on Estero Island, a seven-mile coastline that has captivated the imaginations of visitors from near and far. Add family-friendly resorts, quaint cottages, Old Florida charm, fresh seafood from the Gulf of Mexico and the annual Shrimp Festival, and it's a beach vacation paradise.
Explore truly wild surroundings at Lovers Key State Park with a refreshing bike ride or a hike flanked by broadleaf forest. Try fishing in quiet waterways or kayaking alongside gentle manatees. Drive up Estero Island and across to San Carlos Island for a closer look at the boats of the local Shrimp Fleet. For lunch, stop at Smokin’ Oyster Brewery, and relish the mouthwatering seafood and intriguing memorabilia.
Later, settle in at the Outrigger Beach Resort’s Tiki Bar or a top The Beached Whale for front-row seats of the sunset. End the day by unwinding under the stars at Times Square, a pedestrian-friendly shopping and dining area.
SANIBEL AND CAPTIVA COMMUNITY OVERVIEW
For generations, people have escaped over the three-mile causeway to a refreshing pace of life. Find protected white-sand beaches brimming with shells, unmatched wildlife viewing and a family-focused village atmosphere.
Palm trees and nature flourish here on heavily vegetated flower-lined islands famous for beaches and the incredible variety of shells on the shore. Beaches range from Lighthouse Park at one end of Sanibel to Captiva’s romantic beaches where sunsets draw a nightly crowd. In between are even more family-friendly beaches and long stretches of unpopulated sands fronting beautiful houses. Seashells cover most, but Bowman’s Beach is known for its selections.
On Sanibel, 25 miles of multi-use paths function as sidewalks, bike paths and recreational trails beside buildings no taller than the tallest palm tree. Residents and visitors alike maintain a healthy commitment to the environment. Half of Sanibel’s acreage has been preserved against development.
Throughout history, Sanibel and Captiva have been stopovers for the rich and famous, including one special cartoonist. Jay Norwood “Ding” Darlinghelped create the 6,400-acre national wildlife refuge that still bears his name on Sanibel. Other notable visitors include Teddy Roosevelt, Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, and more. From artist Robert Rauschenberg to weatherman Willard Scott, the famous still seek refuge at this preserve for wildlife and the human soul.
Visitors to both islands enjoy the languid pace of island life, great restaurants, theater and museums. Education centers introduce visitors to the island’s marine, freshwater and hammock habitats where river otters, loggerhead sea turtles, dolphins, manatees, bald eagles and hundreds of native and migratory birds find refuge.
Art galleries hold an inspiring presence on Sanibel Island, with monthly Art Nights during the winter. Seashell shops, resort clothing boutiques and jewelry stores selling custom, sea-inspired adornments line small shopping centers festooned with bougainvillea, shady ficus trees and swaying palms. Restaurants on both islands excel at seafood succulence, but menus range from Mediterranean to New American.
Between Sanibel and Captiva, find a resort to precisely match your style of vacationing. Small inns provide an intimate experience, Gulf-front resorts cater to beach buffs, cottages have that freeing barefoot feel, and grand destination resorts leave no vacation whim unfulfilled. Local marinas offer plenty of cruises and guided experiences on the water, while resorts and outfitters often stock kayaks, sailboats, paddleboats and and toys.
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Кејп Корал, Florida, United States