Cape Coral Homes For Sale
A “boating paradise,” Cape Coral is famous for its 400 miles of canals and saltwater access to the Gulf of Mexico and sailing paradise, Charlotte Harbor. With its 264 days of sunshine, temperatures averaging 75 degrees, and affordable living, Cape Coal is one of the fastest growing cities in the country according to a 2017 Forbes Article.
As the largest city in Southwest Florida, Cape Coral combines the heart of a small town with the amenities of a big city. Retiring baby boomers and young families alike are drawn by the nature preserves, golf courses, boating, fishing, and community events that dominate Cape Coral life.
Visitors also delight in activities such as the “boat-a-long” – a holiday marine parade along the canals and waterways. The vibrant community also features an Oktoberfest celebration driven by Cape Coral’s German population and other family events such as Fourth of July fireworks and a holiday festival of lights.
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