Cape Coral

Cape Coral is a young city, which was marketed as a "Waterfront Wonderland" because of its more than 400 miles of canals and waterways. The first houses were built in 1958. In 1970 Cape Coral was incorporated as a city. To date, Cape Coral has developed into a vibrant and attractive city in Southwest Florida.

The city is divided into four large quadrants: Northwest (NW), Northeast (NE), Southwest (SW) and Southeast (SE). This makes orientation very simple.

The "Pelican Area" in the southwest is the preferred residential area today and is characterized by attractive residential and vacation homes.


There is subtropical climate in Cape Coral, so the temperatures are pleasantly warm all year round, with damp-hot summers and warm winters.


Cape Coral offers a lot of restaurants with American and international cuisine. In the meantime there are also many restaurants featuring beautiful outdoor dining locations on the water.

Leisure activities


Rent a boat and sail through the Waterfront Wonderland or out to the Gulf of Mexico



Sun Splash Waterpark


Cape Coral provides several free tennis courts on "First come, first serve" base, e.g. on Sands Blvd, south of Beach Parkway

Explore nature

walk on wooden boardwalks:

  • in the Fourmile Cove and Ecological Park and Preserve north of Midpoint Bridge
  • Glover Bight Trail south of the Rosegarden Road,
  • 6 Miles Cypress Slough in Fort Myers or

drive through Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel


Fort Myers Beach, Lovers Key, looking for seashells on Sanibel and Captiva

Theme parks

in Tampa and Orlando