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Best Beaches in Cape Coral and beyond - tips from Home 24/7 your local property management and vacation rental florida

What would a vacation in Florida be without relaxing on one of the beaches at the beautiful Gulf Coast sometimes? The coastal region from Naples to Tampa is characterized by beautiful beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters. The water temperatures are pleasantly warm all year round about 24° Celsius and yet offer a welcome refreshment. The coastal sections with mostly shallow beaches are ideal for families with children. Whether you are looking for recreation or prefer to dive into the hustle and bustle, whether you are looking for shells or want to enjoy a beautiful sunset by the sea, there is something for everyone on Florida’s Gulf Coast. As your local property management company in Cape Coral we want to give you some great tips on the best beaches in the area and beyond.

Below you will find a small selection of beaches easily accessible from Cape Coral:

Sanibel and Captiva Island

The trip from Cape Coral to Sanibel Island alone is quite amazing, it goes over a (toll) bridge that will make your heart beat faster. Once you reach Sanibel Island, you feel like you’re on vacation. At the crossing to the left is the Lighthouse Beach with Fishing Pier and old lighthouse. If you turn right at the crossroads, you get to Bowman’s Beach or you drive until you can’t go any further to Captiva Beach. Sanibel and Captiva Island are a paradise for seashell collectors, but please note that it is not allowed to take living shells.

Barefoot Beach Bonita Springs

The Barefoot Beach in Bonita Springs is located in a nature reserve, the drive there leads through an impressive community with exclusive houses. The parking fee is currently $8.00, but you can park all day. A special feature of the Barefoot Beach is the free running turtles. Before you leave, you should check under the car to see if a turtle has made itself comfortable there. Barefoot Beach:

Fort Myers Beach

The beach closest to Cape Coral is Fort Myers Beach and can be reached from Cape Coral in about 25-30 minutes. There is a fishing pier right on the beach as well as a small shopping mall/pedestrian zone (Times Square) with a few shops, restaurants and bars. An offer of windsurfing, parasailing or jet-skiing will make your heart beat faster.

Lover´s Key State Park

Countless hiking trails and pristine beaches make Lover’s Key State Park one of Florida’s most beautiful waterfront parks. Here you can canoe through mangrove-lined inlets, stroll along secluded white sandy beaches or stroll along miles of wetland trails. Nothing stands in the way of enjoying a swim, of course. Many water birds call this park their home and it is not uncommon to see endangered manatees or dolphins hunting on the coast or in the inlets. The park is also one of Lee County’s most popular fishing grounds.

Cape Coral Yacht Club Community Park

In the heart of Cape Coral lies the Yacht Club Community Park, which is located directly on the Caloosahatchee River. This public beach offers about 200m of sandy beach and is surrounded by a beautiful landscape with picnic facilities, BBQ grills, a fishing pier, playground, restaurant/bar, and a public boat ramp..

Pine Island

Within easy reach of Cape Coral is Pine Island, the largest island in the state of Florida. However, there are no sandy beaches on this island, but with its picturesque little colorful cottages, it is always worth a trip – Caribbean feeling guaranteed! Pine Island consists of several small villages: Matlacha, Pine Island, Bokeelia, Pineland and Saint James City. Formerly known for its fishery, Matlacha has now grown into a community of artists. Here you will find a variety of small galleries, souvenir shops and, of course, restaurants, bars, and vacation homes. The bridge leading to Matlacha is particularly popular with fishermen. Also recommended for fishing enthusiasts is the pier in the center of Matlacha, which is located near a park that invites to a picnic or BBQ.

Another place to go for enthusiastic fishermen – a catch is guaranteed – is the fishing pier in the small village of Bokeelia. The entrance to the pier is subject to a fee ($8.00), which includes bait and fishing license. For those who are not satisfied with the pier, Matlacha and the surrounding villages offer the possibility to explore the local waters and mangrove rivers by canoe. There is also something for culinary lovers. Especially for seafood fans, we can highly recommend a visit to one of the picturesque, small, colorful restaurants. The view, which you can enjoy during your meal, will inspire you..

Naples Pier

Naples Pier - Beaches in Cape Coral and surroundings

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With the second highest density of millionaires, Naples is one of the wealthiest cities in the USA. Located in the heart of Naples, the pier is a popular spot for anglers, tourists and also locals. The surrounding beautiful wide sandy beaches invite you to plunge right into the cool water. If you want to have the chance of watching dolphins swim in the open sea or watch a breathtaking sunset, this is the right place for you.

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