For prime boating in Fort Myers, consider the exceptional waterfront community of Palmetto Point. Described by some as a “boaters’ paradise”, the highly desirable community is home to some large estate homes with direct gulf access.
For high-rise living right on the waterfront, consider the options of St Tropez & Riviera. The development is actually made up of two 27-story buildings, altogether containing around 300 private condos.
From golf to dining, a private marina to tennis, amenities are certainly king at The Landings. This premiere yacht, golf and tennis club is easily one of the most coveted in the Fort Myers area, and for a number of good reasons!
For impressive choices in waterfront living right along Bonita Beach, Hickory Boulevard supplies some of the area’s most sensational single-family homes, villas and condominiums. With plenty of options to choose from, this desirable location allows residents a Gulf-front lifestyle without the higher prices often found when home shopping in nearby Naples.
Boats lit up the waterways this week in the 37th annual Holiday Boat-a-long at Four Freedoms Park in Cape Coral. Approximately 100 illuminated boats participated in this Cape Coral tradition, and all were decorated in merry holiday style with lights, elves, costumes, and jolly captains as Santa Claus.
The warm waters of Lake Kennedy and warm weather of Cape Coral attract both athletes and future homeowners to this beautiful area of southwest Florida. Future Olympic athletes practice in Cape Coral with the Canoe Kayak Club. Both international and local athletes come to Lake Kennedy to train for the Olympics and Paralympics.
For the first time, Barefoot Beach, one of Florida’s largest undeveloped barrier islands on Florida’s southwest coast, has been named to this year’s list of Top 10 beaches in the US.