Living in Cape Coral
Cape Coral, the city of canals, is home to many manatees, parks and aquamarine life. With over 400 miles of canals, Cape Coral has access to the Gulf of Mexico. Kayak from Sirenia Vista Park all the way to Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve among the wading birds and mangroves. The largest city between Tampa and Miami, you are sure to find adventure in the “Waterfront Wonderland”.
Although Cape Coral hosts renowned beaches, golf courses and family attractions like the Sun Splash Family Water Park, making it an appealing destination for visitors, it’s also a great place to call home for your family. If you are looking for waterfront living, Cape Coral is the place for you offering plenty of homes on the water with miles and miles of canals and beaches.
There is a reason “snowbirds” find themselves in Cape Coral during the winter months. Between the sandy beaches, plentiful fishing, golf and family activities there is nothing you can’t find here. Fine dining, local theater, and cultural activities and museums make for a pleasant experience. Come to visit or come to stay, Cape Coral awaits you!