Cape Coral Real Estate Canal Tours
Before You Buy Your Home or Condo First Check Out The Water Ways!
See Cape Coral by water onboard from MyCapeBoat. For pleasure, business or just fun in the sun.Looking to spend time relaxing - why not enjoy a leisurely cruise through our many canals? Here you'll see beautiful homes, boats, landscaping and all types of wildlife.Or cruise along the Caloosahatchee River, enjoy lunch at one of our many waterfront restaurants or create your own boating getaway.
We'll show you homes FOR SALE BY OWNER as you leisurely boat along the canals writing down phone numbers. Why not cut out that middle man and save thousands. Let a long time local Captain with NO ties to the Real Estate industry take you and your family on a two and one half hour (2 hour) canal ride and get the real facts about Cape Coral canal living before you choose a Real Estate agent you don't know. We'll tell you where to buy and where not to buy. We'll tell you which canal lots will appreciate faster than others. We'll tell which type of canal lot not to buy and the reasons why. We'll not only tour the canal system but take you on a quick ride to the Gulf of Mexico, stop at Sanibel Island Marina, and take a quick nature tour of Shell Creek on the way back home. You'll see Dolphin, Manatee, plant and an array of bird and fish life indigenous to South Florida (including a few international celebrity homes). Come and get the truth about which canal lot to buy in Cape Coral and the reasons why.
Cape Coral, Florida
Cape Coral is on the lower Gulf Coast of Southwest Florida, ~125 miles south of Tampa. Positioned on the Gulf coast and on the Caloosahatchee River, it encompasses 114 square miles. It contains 410 miles of canals (6 times more than Venice, Italy), with improved roads and residential houses, making it the second largest city, geographically, in the state of Florida. The population is slightly over 120,000 with room to grow because the city has been platted for 350,000 home sites.
Cape Coral is considered the second safest city in all of Florida. It is situated among many fresh and saltwater canals. You can say that it is a boaters and Fishers paradise! If you enjoy boating, fishing and beautiful sunsets this could be your dream destination. The Cape is home to "all ages".
There is plenty of wild life as well as endangered species still residing here. It would not be unusual to spot the American Bald Eagle soaring in the pastel skies. Outdoor recreation abounds here in the Cape. No matter what your interests, you are sure to find it here. There are numerous parks and recreational facilities to enjoy. Cape Coral has captured small town living at its best. If you have made Cape Coral Florida your home or you are here for a visit, you will find no need to venture anywhere else. Cape Coral Florida is alive with plenty of shopping, fantastic restaurants, movies, and festivals. The fishing here is excellent. Whether you are after that large mouth bass or the powerful snook and red fish.
The homes on Cape Coral Florida start at modest prices and venture on up to meet the needs and designs of even the most discriminating buyer. You may choose from direct gulf access, saltwater canals, river access (Caloosahatchee River) or any of the freshwater lakes and canals to build your dream home. There are plenty of skilled builders contributing to the southern style of modern architecture. People from every walk of life have found that Cape Coral Florida can meet their expectations and dreams. Much of the coastline and barrier islands are protected to prevent over development. There are numerous schools on Cape Coral. All of Lee County participates in the school choice program. Some of the schools require uniforms while others do not. It's your choice!
Located not more than 3 miles, by boat, from here lies one of the "WORLD'S" top ten beaches, Sanibel Island. Shelling on Sanibel ranks second or third in the "WORLD". Sanibel Island Florida is home to more kinds of wildlife than you could possibly imagine. All of Southwest Florida enjoys miles of beautiful white sandy beaches. The clear blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico make outdoor recreation some of the best. You will find that there is plenty to offer such as boating, parasailing, kayaking, sailing, canoeing, snorkeling, fishing, shelling, Dolphin/Manatee tours or simply soaking up the sun on a raft enjoying the gentle lapping of the Gulf at the shoreline. You will even witness Dolphins leaping out of the water. The waters in Southwest Florida are also home to the gentle giant called the Manatee or sea cow.
Southwest Florida is also rich in culture and history. It was first home to the Calusa Indians. This was their home as far back as 1150 B.C. The southwest coast of Florida was the first landing spot for Spanish conquistadors. They came ashore with their galleons full of treasure and gold. It was also a haven to the pirates who sailed the turquoise waters of the Gulf.
So whether you are here for a visit or as a new resident, come enjoy Cape Coral and all it has to offer. Its small town charm will be your sanctuary as you explore all the marvelous treasures of Southwest Florida.