Take a closer look at the communities in and around Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel, Captiva, Estero, Naples and Marco Island. Florida. Whether you are seeking to purchase a new home, a second home, an investment property, or retiring to paradise, Southwest Florida offers a magnitude of lifestyle choices. Residents who have purchased real estate in southwest Florida are no stranger to sunshine, palm trees, and a unique, relaxed style. If being on the water is your style, Southwest Florida’s location on the Gulf of Mexico is a boater and fishing enthusiasts dream. In addition, the entire region is filled with a wide array of golf courses to choose from ranging from pay as you play to full equity membership private courses. From Country Club living on a gorgeous lush golf course, to waterfront canal pool homes, beach front condos or downtown high-rises, Southwest Florida has something for everyone.
The area is famous for its beautiful white sand beaches, golf courses, fishing, boating, water sports and spectacular sunsets. During the summers you can enjoy an average of 85-94 degrees while staying cool in the winters with an average temperature of 60-75 degrees.
Communities For Every Lifestyle
Fort Myers offers communities tailored to different lifestyles and desires. From retirement communities to gated golf communities, you will have the choice of the worlds most premier communities. These includes communities like Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club, Gulf Harbour Yacht & Country Club, The Landings, The Club at Grandezza, The Club at Renaissance and Catalpa Cove.
Southwest Florida is a golfer’s paradise with multitudes of public and private golf courses dotting the region. In addition the area offers the largest amount of golf course communities in Florida. Yearly some of the biggest names in the PGA travel to the area for the annual Shark Shootout played at the Tiburón Golf Club in Naples. The two separate 18 hole courses at Tiburón Golf Club were designed by PGA great Greg Norman.
Fishing throughout the area is also a favorite pastime. From offshore trips in the Gulf of Mexico to casting from a seawall in the Cape Coral canal system you are sure to reel in a prime catch. Boating in Southwest Florida is popular due to its location on the Gulf, the Caloosahatchee River in Fort Myers, and over 400 miles of salt and freshwater canals in Cape Coral.