Cape Coral Located in southwest Florida on the Gulf of Mexico. The city was founded in the 50s and is rightly called the Venice of America. It is crossed by over 650 km of artificial canals. The offshore islands of Sanibel, Captiva and Pine Island with their miles of white sandy beaches are ideal destinations for excursions by boat or car. On boat tours you are often accompanied by dolphins, or you can watch pelicans, herons, etc. up close. A variety of sports and leisure activities, such as B. golf, tennis, surfing, water skiing, jet skiing, parasailing, fishing or deep sea fishing, countless cultural offers or simply relaxing by the pool make your vacation varied. Then there are the many attractions in Florida, such as B. Disney World, Epcot Center, Seaworld, Bush Gardens, Everglades, the island chain of the Keys with Key West, which you can easily access from Cape Coral. The Edison Mall (largest shopping center in SW Florida), cinemas, supermarkets, pharmacies etc. can be reached in a few minutes. A large number of restaurants (both American and international cuisine) offer you high quality and great variety of food at extremely low prices.
The city is criss-crossed by navigable canals and is often called "Venice“Florida's designated. Many canals have connections to the Gulf of Mexico. Cape Coral is a modern city without skyscrapers and street canyons, instead there are spacious and luxurious villas with their own swimming pool and landing stage, year-round blooming plants, citrus trees and palm trees. Everything is quiet and away from busy main streets. Nevertheless, in a few minutes you can reach large shopping centers, wonderful arcades and supermarkets. If you don't want to do without your local breakfast habits, go to the German bakery and those who prefer to be served will find a rich gastronomy of all nationalities and price ranges. If you don't want to miss out on shopping, Cape Coral and Ft. Myers has ample opportunity to do so.
The coastal town Fort Myers is known for its famous palm tree avenues and the beautifully restored business district from the turn of the century. From here you can make a detour to the pretty islands of Sanibel, Captiva, Estero and Pine. On Mac Gregor Boulevard in Fort Myers you can visit the winter home of the American inventor Edison, fully furnished as in his lifetime, including a laboratory and botanical garden. Spectacular water, light and music shows (indoor and outdoor) lure visitors to Waltzing Waters, south of Fort Myers. Homosassa Springs Nature World, located near the Gulf of Mexico, gives visitors the chance to see 10.000 fish and marine mammals up close below sea level.
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