Southwest Florida Living At It’s Best
Life in Southwest Florida brings with it a decided change of pace. And whether that means enjoying white sand beaches, family attractions, outdoor recreation or to just slow down, there is something for everyone.
For the beach minded, the entire area is lined with some of the most scenic beachscapes you will find anywhere. From the remote solitude of Sanibel and Captiva Islands to the more populated shores of Fort Myers Beach, Southwest Florida’s waterfront has the waterfront covered.
Family activities flourish from parks and recreation centers to nature trails, amusement areas and sporting events. In fact, both the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins call the area their Spring Training Home.
Fishing and boating is another area staple. Southwest Florida is one of the world’s biggest and best fishing and boating playgrounds, boasting everything from deep water angling to flats fishing and everything in between. Enjoy a beachfront picnic, day cruise or overnight aboard – it’s all here.
And, as you might expect, golf is available in a variety of venues. From private country club opportunities to public courses, a scenic place to keep your game sharp is never far away.
All this and more await the Southwest Florida visitor. We hope you enjoy all this area has to offer, and feel at home here as we do. Welcome.
Situated between the Gulf of Mexico and the Everglades, Naples, Florida, balances striking natural beauty with relaxed, sophisticated living. Known as one on the world’s most desirable tropical locations, it is home to white sand beaches, world-class golf courses and a countless number of outdoor activities.
It is also home to a wide array of business and services from first class restaurants and shopping, to arts, entertainment and community charity events. All combine to bring Naples the cosmopolitan flair it is known for.
And, from cozy cottages to lush estate homes, the architectural variety the area boasts is second to none. So if you have a taste for the finer things, Naples is the place to find them.
SANIBEL & CAPTIVIA
Known the world over, Sanibel and Captiva Islands are beloved for their pristine white sand beaches, abundant seashells and immense variety of wildlife. A longtime vacation retreat for both romantics and families, “The Islands” offer a delicate balance of slow-paced island life with upscale amenities that is hard to duplicate.
Whether you choose to spend your days enjoying the beach, bird or wildlife watching or peddling along miles of protected bike paths, you can fill them at your own pace. And when your appetite is ready, your choices range from the funky to then fine as The Islands are home to vast array of quaint eateries.
Accommodations also run the gamut from cozy cottages and condos to golf course homes and palatial estates-all making Sanibel and Captiva Islands the tropical paradise many have returned to time and again.
FORT MYERS & CAPE CORAL
Dubbed the “City of Palms”, and now “Dunk City”, Fort Myers is a blend of tropical paradise and historical landmarks. Once the winter home of industrial icons Thomas Edison, Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone, the city’s rich and varied history is ever-present. After experiencing explosive growth over the past 20 years, Fort Myers and Cape Coral have emerged as a winter playgrounds for some and a year-round business center for others. Enjoy its peaceful beaches and miles of waterfront canals, challenging golf courses, shopping and historical attractions.
Take a walking tour of the historic downtown River District. Enjoy a meal at any number of unique, locally-owned restaurants – featuring everything from steak to seafood on the water. Or, tour the Edison & Ford Winter Estates for a trip through history. No matter how you choose to spend it, your time here is sure to be well spent.
BONTA SPRINGS & ESTERO
Located between Fort Myers and Naples, Estero and Bonita Springs offer a range of living and activity options blending modern living and small town charm. Gulf of Mexico beaches offer sun lovers and anglers a haven that’s hard to match. Boating, fishing, shelling and island hopping on the Gulf meet freshwater lakes d streams in a corridor rich in natural wonders. Extensive shopping and dining options add to its appeal by giving the area something for everyone. Museums, galleries, sporting events and headline entertainment round out the area’s array of ways to spend your days and nights. Plus, its location makes it easily accessible to the surrounding areas of Naples, Fort Myers, and the Islands of Sanibel and Captiva. A great place to visit, or work and call home, this growing area puts you in the heart of it all.