Information about Cape Coral and SW Florida

Cape Coral is known as "WATERFRONT WONDERLAND" ! The city has over 400 miles  of canals and, close to beaches and a healthy climate all year round  much more to offer, like: Sights such as the Edison-Ford Winter estates,  Manatee world, Flea market, cinemas, and restaurants are also easily  accessible such as shopping outlets and the dream islands of Sanibel and  Captiva .

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Swimming, golfing, fishing, snorkeling and boat ride, or hiking trails through original mangrove forests will give you unforgettable holiday memories. The theme parks such as Disney, Sea World, or Universal Studios in Orlando are easily accessible by car via the motorway in about 2.5 hours. We recommend a trip to Key West, down to the southernmost point of the continental United States, where also Ernest Hemingway understood to live. A visit to Cape Canaveral is always a trip worthwhile, even with the shuttle program closed right now. The City of Miami has all the glamour and Jet Set promenades (2.5 hours by car). Or how about visiting the Everglades, riding in a propeller boat through the grass! Cape Coral has more miles of canals than any other city in the world.


Cape Coral has approximately 170,000 residents. The city has many single family homes that fit your budget. Despite growth in recent years, there's still space for you to discover your piece of paradise. Cape Coral is the largest city between Tampa and Miami


Real Estate developers “Leonard and Jack Rosen” purchased a 103-square-mile tract known as Redfish Point for just $678,000 in 1957 and started with the development of the city as a master-planned, pre-planned community.


Canals were dug from the MANGROVES, streets paved, houses and businesses built. Cape Coral was promoted and advertised like no other Florida development. It took only 6 years to build 1,300 building with a population of 2,850! At this time they had already dug 160 miles of canals.


The city incorporated in August 1970, and with the construction boom in the 1990s, they also attracted young families and professionals

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