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Cape Coral - also called the "Venice" of the USA - is a city located in the southwest of Florida, crossed by numerous canals. Many plots not only have access to the canal but also direct access to the Gulf of Mexico or the Caloosahatchee River.
Cape Coral is a very young city. In 1957 the "Gulf American Land Corporation" was founded, which set out to transform the land north of the Caloosahatchee River, owned by the brothers Leonard and Jack Rosen, into a true "waterway wonderland". Fallow land and pastures were crossed with canals and roads. The first houses were built in 1958. Thanks to an active advertising campaign, the city grew rapidly and is now one of Florida's fastest-growing cities.
In 1970 Cape Coral was registered as a city and has today about 170.000 inhabitants. In winter, during the high season, about 20.000 more, when the so-called "Snowbirds" move to the south.
The Cape Coral Bridge built in 1964 and the Midpoint Bridge completed in 1997 connect Cape Coral with Fort Myers.
Fort Myers is a city in the southwest of the state of Florida and was founded in 1886. The city was named after a colonel from the time of the American Civil War. Thomas Edison and Henry Ford made the city famous when they chose the "City of Palms" as their winter residence.
Fort Myers follows the Caloosahatchee River, which connects the city with its neighboring Cape Coral. Down Town is the newly renovated historic town center with numerous restaurants, bars, and small shops. Museums invite you to discover the history of Southwest Florida. Large shopping malls invite you to go shopping.
Fort Myers has several offshore islands - including Estero Island with Fort Myers Beach - which make the stay particularly attractive. There are also numerous fishing spots and the largest number of golf courses in the USA.
Matlacha (pronounced "MAT-la-shay") is located on an island in the Gulf of Mexico, in a strait between the island of Pine Island and the mainland in the southwest of Florida, adjacent to the city of Cape Coral. The village, in which about 700 inhabitants live, is connected by several bridges and is located in the Matlacha Pass, a wild animal refuge. The "National Wildlife Refuge" comprises 23 small islands and has a size of 2 square kilometers.
The time seems to stand still in Matlacha...Often called "Little-Key West", the small fishing village is THE insider tip for all Florida travelers. Away from the hustle and bustle of tourists, the inhabitants and visitors seem to be somehow different - everyone seems to be relaxed and satisfied here. In Matlacha prevails "island time".
When you reach the entrance to the village, the cheerful and colorful little houses that are typical for Matlacha and as individual as their inhabitants light up. Galleries, handicrafts, and boutiques line the main street of the historic part of Matlacha. Restaurants, cafés, and bars invite you to linger.
And every evening, the residents and the visitors let the evening end with the most beautiful sunset in the world...
This 27 km long island is located in the Gulf of Mexico, in the west of Cape Coral, and is surrounded by the Pine Island Sound.
The island can be reached via the small village of Matlacha, which forms a bridge from the mainland to Pine Island.
Pine Island itself is a true island paradise: here life still seems to stand still and tourism has not overrun the island. Fishing is an important source of income for the inhabitants, as are the cultivation of tropical fruits and handicrafts. Sportfishing is also very important.
Situated south of Cape Coral and Fort Myers, Naples is known for its exclusive shops, hotels and holiday homes. Many people who have earned money and prefer the southwest of Florida have made Naples their hometown. Naples City has a population of approximately 22,000, with a further 365,000 people living in the area.
From a fishing village, the town developed from the 60s to a prosperous town. Not only the exclusivity but also the proximity to the Everglades makes Naples tourism as an important source of income. The Fishing pier, surrounded by beautiful beaches, is Naples' landmark.
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