Fisherman's Paradise

From $630 / week



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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
  • House

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: House

Fisherman's Paradise

You will just love this fisherman's property! Located in Bokeelia, on the north end of Pine Island, this 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath home is a boaters paradise. Located not far from Shell Pass, the entrance to Charlotte Harbor. Shell Pass is only 5 miles to World famous Tarpon Fishing, Boca Grande Pass, and the barrier island of Captiva, that has pristine beaches that are great for shelling and surf fishing. Situated on a quiet canal, you can watch the fish and blue heron's soar by with groups of egrets close behind. So what are you waiting for?

This home boasts a large kitchen with dining area, living room with fireplace and covered lanai, where you ...Read more

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Fisherman's Paradise
Bokeelia, Florida

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Since Thomas Edison and Henry Ford put the town on the proverbial map when they chose the City of Palms as their winter getaway, Fort Myers is a vacationing mecca for any tourist seeking sun, water sports, wild treasures, topnotch golf, world-class shopping, fresh seafood, and some of the finest Florida hotels and resorts to be found. In tourism circles, the beaches of Fort Myers are known as some of the best in the world; they populate maps of Southwest Florida from one end to the other. Thanks to our tropical Florida weather, playing outdoors happens year-round on the beaches and beyond. Whether your idea of fun and adventure means a hole-in-one, pulling in a feisty 100-pound tarpon, you will find the vacation that’s meant for you in Fort Myers.
CAPE CORAL
All due respect to Venice, Italy, but no other city boasts more boating canals than Cape Coral. The city is reputed for having over 400 miles of canals with access to the Caloosahatchee River and the Gulf of Mexico. Known as "The Cape" by locals, this easygoing waterfront community is naturally big on the boating lifestyle. Off the water, a variety of restaurants, shops and kid-friendly attractions help make the city of Cape Coral a unique destination in the sun. Convenient to some of Southwest Florida’s famously renowned beaches, let life float on by in this boaters paradise called Cape Coral.

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