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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.
Marco Island is the largest barrier island in southwest Florida. Due to the island situation, the population remains constant at about 16,500.
The Captain John Foley Horr House is registered in the National Register of Historic Places. Captain John Foley Horr (born 02/15/1843) was a resident and the owner of Horr's Island at the southern end of Marco Island and one of the best known federal officials in the state of Florida. Today the house is a ruin. The wide sandy beach Tigertail Beach is popular with tourists. Anglers appreciate the fishing area near the "Ten Thousand Islands".
The small town Everglades City, with a population of about 420 people, is called the entrance gate to the Ten Thousand Islands in the southwest of the Everglades.
The place is touristically shaped, but still has the charm of an old fishing village.
Anglers, boats and numerous airboat providers characterize the image of Everglades City.
Sarasota is known for its white, soft beaches, exclusive shops, and cultural diversity. Museums, art galleries, and art deco give the city a unique flair.
The region is also known as the "cultural coast of Florida".
The Ringling Circus Museum is definitely worth a visit, but also the culinary part of Sarasota should not be missed. Numerous restaurants offer fresh seafood.
St. Petersburg / Tampa
Because of its pleasant climate, St. Petersburg is known as the "Sunshine City". Its location in Tampa Bay on the Gulf of Mexico makes the city attractive for beach vacationers, anglers and boaters. The Dalí Museum is particularly noteworthy, with a large number of works by the surrealist artist.
Tampa is also located on Tampa Bay and is connected to St. Petersburg by bridges. The city or rather the historic part "Ybor City" is popular for its nightlife. At the beginning of the 20th century, Spanish and Cuban cigar factory workers lived here, who still shape the image of the quarter today.
Miami is a cosmopolitan city in the southeast of Florida, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The rapid growth gave is responsible for the name "Magic City".
Miami has a majority Latin American population, with Cubans accounting for the largest 34% of the population. A tourist attraction is the Cuban quarter "Little Havana", with its cafes, restaurants, and cigar shops.
The main attraction is still Miami Beach, located on the Barrier Islands off Miami, with South Beach and the Art Deco neighborhood known for its trendy nightclubs.
Cape Coral Beach
Small beach in the south of Cape Coral (Yacht Club Area), situated on the Caloosahatchee River:
• no parking fees • very familiar with a playground • grills and picnic tables available • fishing possible from the pier • "Boat House" Tiki Bar • beautiful sunsets
Fort Myers Beach
Extensive beach on the island of Estero Island with adjacent bars and restaurants. Especially popular with young people:
• fishing pier • souvenir shops • numerous restaurants and bars with live music • water sports / Jet Ski • nightlife
Bowditch Point Park (in the North):
• grilling facilities • walks
• watch turtles
Ostego Bay Marine Science Center :
• presentation of the local flora & fauna
• archaeological exhibition
Sanibel and Captiva Island Beaches
Extensive sandy beaches for nature lovers who are looking for peace and quiet and like to go for a walk to collect shells:
• bird variety • observe the nature • rich in shells • biking • fishing • snorkelling • watch Dolphins • hiking in the nature • golf • tennis • restaurants • art • cinema
North Captiva Island
Beautiful sandy beaches on a car-free island that can be reached by ferry from Pine Island. Numerous holiday accommodations offer overnight stays. Despite several numbers of restaurants, the island is very close to nature:
• no cars • experience the nature • collect shells • snorkeling • fishing • watch Manatess & Dolphins • bird variety • restaurants and bars • pool
Cayo Costa State Park
Natural park with beautiful white sandy beaches, with accommodations on the campsite. The island can be reached by boat ferry from Pine Island, Sanibel and Punta Gorda:
• no cars • collect shells • snorkeling • fishing • watch Dolphins & Manatees • bird variety • an experience of nature • camping • hiking trails • kayak rentals • turtle nests • alligators
Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park
Quiet and natural beach in Bonita Springs. Numerous plant and animal species live here and visitors can enjoy the ambiance of the park's natural surroundings:
• several gardens with butterflies and cacti • 1-mile hiking trail • picnic tables • experience nature • collect shells • turtles • bird variety • fishing • snorkeling • watch Dolphins
Clam Pass Public Beach
Popular beach in North Naples, accessible via a wooden walkway through the mangroves. The mangroves are already a beautiful nature experience before reaching the white sandy beach:
• bird variety • fishing • snorkeling • swimming • observe nature
Wide white sandy beach with a lagoon on Marco Island. At high tide it can be reached from the lagoon by hiking through the water:
• observe nature • fishing • snorkeling • swimming • collect shells • beach walks • kayak rentals • playground
Known as the whitest and finest sandy beach in the world, located on Siesta Key near Sarasota:
• volleyball field • tennis courts • playground • picnic areas • restaurants and bars • snorkeling • beach walks
Long and wide white sandy beach in front of the hotels of the city Miami Beach. The Art-decó quarter is the most popular part of the city. Miami Beach became famous through the television series "Miami Vice" and became thus an emerging city:
• water sports • beach volleyball and other different sport activities • playgrounds • public bike rental • beach walks • restaurants • bars • famous nightlife
Edison & Ford Winter Estate
The Edison and Ford Winter Estate consists a historic museum, with the inventions and achievements of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, and a 21 hectare botanical garden at the adjacent locations of the Edison and Ford Winter Houses, right on the Caloosahatchee River.
Cape Coral has, with over 1000 breeding pairs, the largest population of rabbit owls in the USA. They live in burrows and can be found throughout the city. The CCFW is a volunteer organization whose goal is to preserve the habitats of these protected wildlife species.
The Shell Factory & Nature Park
Here you will find the world's largest collection of rare shells and corals. The adjacent souvenir shop has a gigantic sales area. Enclosed is a small leisure park as well as a nature park with various animals, a Christmas shop, and dog place.
River District Farmer´s Market
The River District Farmer´s market is a market with many regional products. The market is located in the River District below the Caloosahatchee Bridge.
Skatium (Ice Skating)
Skating rink, mainly used for training purposes for clubs. Usually open to the public from Friday to Sunday (please call in advance or check on the website).
Six Miles Cypress Slough
The Six Miles Cypress Slough is a 14 sq km park with hiking trails through wetlands to observe wildlife, butterfly gardens and the flora of the area.
The Manatee Park is a hot water refuge for the Manatees. They live in the wild and are best observed in late December, January and February when the golf temperature is below 68°F.
Flea market with over 900 unique shops full of bargains - new and old, jewelry and handicrafts, as well as snack bars and fruit and vegetable stands on over 37,000 square meters.
Every year in October, the German-American Club offers German coziness, beer tent atmosphere, brass music, and dance, German dishes and fun for the little ones at the fair.
Gator Mikes Family Fun Park
Here you will find leisure activities for the whole family, with mini-golf, paint-ball, go-karts, teeing ground for baseball and arcade, in Cape Coral.
Sun Splash Waterpark
14 hectares of water slides, pools and fun in the largest water park in Southwest Florida, located in the heart of Cape Coral.
The Butterfly Estates
350 square meter butterfly greenhouse with numerous native butterfly species flying around free.
Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve
This preserve is a 1.5 million square meter nature reserve located in Cape Coral. The brackish water wetland offers a hiking trail, a visitor center, a veterans monument, and moreover a seasonal kayak rental.
Imaginarium Hands-On Museum & Aquarium
The IMAG History & Science Center offers fun for young and old to discover the wonders of science and history. At the same time in a large, open environment over 60 exhibits to touch and experiment are shown.
Fowler Firearm and Gun Range
Fully air-conditioned indoor shooting range with 6 extra-wide shooting ranges and a weapons sales counter. With very good supervision, and shooting instructors for the inexperienced. On presentation of a passport also for foreigners a possibility to shoot various short and long guns.
The Edison Mall is an air-conditioned shopping center in Fort Myers and includes over 130 shops and department stores such as Macy´s, Dillard´s, JCPenney, and Sears.
The department stores have two floors, while all shops are at ground level.
And if you are hungry, just go to the food court.
Gulf Coast Town Center
The Gulf Coast Town Center in Fort Myers is a huge shopping area with over 100 shops, large department stores, a cinema, numerous restaurants, and various sports bars. The following shops are particularly noteworthy here: "Golf Galaxy" - for all golfers; the "Ron Jon Surf Shop" - for friends of water sports; "Dick´s Sporting Goods" - a large sports shop, and the "Bass Pro Shops" - for all outdoor and fishing specialists.
You should include a complete shopping day for visiting the Miromar Outlets. Over 140 top designers offer their goods at unbeatable prices.
These include Polo Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Abercrombie & Fitch, and many other popular designers.
Covered passages protect from getting wet even on rainy days.
The Sanibel Outlets Mall in Fort Myers is a good conclusion after a beach day on Sanibel Island. It is located just before the bridge to Sanibel Island. The size, with 40 shops, is manageable.
A complex of colorful wooden houses with roofed verandas invites you to shop also even on rainy days.
Coconut Point Mall
The Coconut Point Mall in Estero is a picturesque outdoor shopping mall with over 140 stores including Dillard's, Target, Apple Store, Michael Kors, and Barnes & Noble.
Many of the restaurants are located on the numerous artificial lakes, and invite not only to eat but also to linger.
The Sawgrass Mills in Fort Lauderdale is the largest shopping mall in the world with 350 shops. Only 30 minutes away from Miami, you should plan a complete shopping day to have seen all the shops only rudimentarily.
In addition to shopping, you can also visit one of the many restaurants and finally relax in the IMAX cinema.
The Friday after the traditional Thanksgiving day is called Black Friday in the USA. Many Americans use this day after the fourth Thursday in November as a vacationday to start with their Christmas shopping.
One should set the alarm clock on this day, as some shops open already early in the morning or even at night.
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Everglades National Park
The Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. The park is a real treasure - a world heritage site, a biosphere reserve, and a wetland of international importance.
Everglades National Park protects an incomparable landscape where numerous rare and endangered species such as manatees, the American crocodile, and the elusive Florida Panther live.
There are many ways to explore this wetland on foot, by water or by car. For more information, visit the official website of the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Billie Swamp Safari
890 acres of untamed Everglades wilderness in the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reserve.
The $50-day ticket includes entry to the reserve, an airboat tour, a swamp buggy tour, and the visit of the snakes and small animal show.
In addition to wildlife watching, the park offers a wealth of information about Everglades flora and fauna, as well as the original lives of the Indians.
Der Peace River
The 171 kilometre long Peace River flows into Port Charlotte and is famous for fossil finds, especially shark teeth and shark bones. This is because the river has low water levels most of the year and is therefore easily accessible.
Paddlers, fishermen, and nature lovers of all kinds appreciate the peace and unspoilt scenery. The river and its surroundings give a sense of a return to bygone eras. Camping fans can explore the area and dine around their campfires on numerous locations.
The Florida Keys are the southernmost Florida islands, best known for the town of Key West, which is located in the very south of the islands.
The Florida Keys are divided into the regions Key West, Lower Keys, Marathon, Islamorada and Key Largo (from south to north).
Every region includes state parks and national parks and offers numerous opportunities to explore and enjoy the overwhelming beauty of the water and land. Snorkeling, diving and, fishing are particularly popular.
Kennedy Space Center
An interactive visitor complex serves as a source of information about US space travel.
In addition to a wealth of information, simulators provide exciting insights into NASA's backdrops.
Furthermore, the center is an active rocket launch site and on several selected dates visitors can follow the launch of a rocket in Cape Canaveral from the Visitor Complex.
Architectural District: Art Deco buildings characterize South Beach, with its numerous hotels, restaurants, shops, galleries, and extensive nightlife.
Historic Overtown: Formerly known as the "Broadway of the South", shaped by artists such as Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Josephine Baker. Soul food restaurants and boutiques with southern influences shape the image of this district.
Little Havanna: The center of Cuban culture and life, with numerous Cuban restaurants.
Wynwood Walls and Streetart: Wall paintings by artists from all over the world on old warehouse walls.
Downtown Miami & Brickel: Miami's financial center with an art scene, restaurants from all over the world and luxurious hotels.
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens: The winter residence of the industrialist James Deering, in the style of a northern Italian Renaissance villa, was built between 1914 and 1916. The building and its gardens are open to the public.
Frost Museum of Science: Miami's only planetarium, aquarium and science museum - from the ecosystems of South Florida to the wondrous human body and mind, visitors can expect a dazzling world of discoveries. Live shows, animals, interactive hands-on activities and state-of-the-art technology are the museum's attractions.
Walt Disney´s World Resort
Universal Orlando Resort
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment
LEGOLAND Florida Resort
Canoe & Kayak
Diving & Snorkeling
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