: Fort Myers Intl. Airport
: Veterans Parkway
Cape Coral's tropical waterfront wonderland, also known as the Venice of America, glimmers with 400 miles (approx. 650 km) of fresh and salt water canals and is the best place to relax, to do sports or to learn about 'The Real Florida'.
Cape Coral, cradled between Caloosahatchee River - belonging of the Intracoastal Waterway - and the Gulf of Mexico is sheltered by a string of Florida’s barrier islands and well known as a boater's and golfer's paradise.
You will find relaxation and unique attractions for your perfect vacation in your tropical back yard: endless beaches and untouched nature. Unique islands, like the “Ten Thousand Islands“ - most of them uninhabited - as well as Sanibel and Captiva Island with excellent shelling beaches, stretch along the Gulf Coast directly in front of Cape Coral.
This area is home to dolphins, endangered or threatened species as there are manatees, gopher tortoises, burrowing owls, pelicans and a lot of other water birds.