Cape Coral, Florida Bed and Breakfasts
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Cape Coral sits on the south end of a large peninsula, bordered by the Caloosahatchee River to the south and east and Matlacha Pass to the west. There are over 400 canals and waterways near Cape Coral, Florida, making it an ideal destination for travelers interested in all things aquatic. Paddle through mangrove shaded canals, snorkel, tube down a river, and fish on the Gulf of Mexico - the possibilities seem endless.
Guests of Cape Coral Florida Bed and Breakfasts enjoy an area as rich in arts and culture as in outdoor recreation. Art galleries abound, as do restaurants, museums, and historical sites. Of particular note are the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford Winter Estates, located in nearby Fort Myers. Smaller but no less impressive is the Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum on Sanibel Island, where some truly remarkable shells are displayed.
Yet it is the natural beauty of Southwest Florida that draws many to Cape Coral Bed and Breakfasts. Nearby Sanibel, Captiva, and Cayo Costa Islands are home to world-renowned beaches and some of the best shelling in the country. Miles of meandering canoe and kayak trails abound in Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve and the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel. The entire island of Cayo Costa is a state park; accessible only by boat, it is home to nine miles of pristine beaches and acres of mangrove swamps, oak-palm hammocks, and pine forests.
Everywhere there are opportunities for outdoor recreation and wildlife viewing. Catch sight of manatees and dolphins while snorkeling. Paddle alongside pelicans. Fish from dawn to dusk, or simply enjoy the view from a Cape Coral Florida Bed and Breakfast.
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