The biggest city between Tampa and Miami, Cape Coral also has the biggest and most extensive canal system in the world. In fact, Cape Coral has over 400 miles of navigable waterways, which is about 15 times larger than Venice’s canal system! Situated on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, Cape Coral is also renowned for its beautiful beaches and rare wildlife. Often referred to as the “Waterfront Wonderland”, Cape Coral is a vacationer’s paradise anytime of the year. Like most of Florida, Cape Coral remains sunny and warm throughout the year. An additional advantage of visiting during the winter is the Cape Coral Festival of the Arts, which attracts over 100,000 visitors and participants every January.
There is something for visitors of all ages in Cape Coral. Families traveling with children will especially enjoy the Sun Splash Family Waterpark and Mike Greenwell’s Bat-a-Ball & Family Fun Park. For outdoor enthusiasts, spend some time among the mangroves at Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve, witness exotic fish and birds at Lake Kennedy or the Rotary Park Environmental Center, and experience West Indian Manatees at Sirenia Vista Park. In addition, Cape Coral is home to the largest population of burrowing owls in Florida. Explore the waterways via a jet ski, kayak, speedboat, or a chartered fishing trip, or just look out your window! A canal will never be far away. Alternatively, you could take it easy and soak up the sun at the public Cape Coral Yacht Club Beach or nearby beaches in Fort Meyers and Sanibel Island. With 7 gold courses, over 30 parks, and countless restaurants and shops downtown, you will never be at a loss for things to do in this intimate seaside town!
The Southwest Florida International Airport is the largest and closest airport to Cape Coral, though the Charlotte County Airport and Naples Municipal Airport are also within a 45 minute drive. Even though Cape Coral is not an island, it does have two bridges that connect the Cape Coral Parkway to Fort Meyers over the Caloosahatchee River, which disconnects the area from Southern Florida. LeeTran provides 6 bus routes that travel within Cape Coral, though the most common modes of transport are car and bike. Of course if you want to get the full Cape Coral experience, the best way to get around is by water taxi or boat. Given Cape Coral’s unique position along so many waterfronts, finding a home with a view, a pool, and/or beach access is simple, easy, and affordable with Tripping.com.
Looking for a vacation rental in Cape Coral? Tripping.com has 1,995 rental homes available in Cape Coral. Potential renters will find 80 studios, 35 1-bedroom, 230 2-bedroom and 1,650 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night to $1,000 a night. Many of these properties are instantly bookable.
The average price of a nightly rental in Cape Coral is $64 while the average price of a weekly rental is $784. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Cape Coral home is $1,455.
Search properties from 12 rental sites in Cape Coral where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, VRBO, and FlipKey. There are 1,279 HomeAway rentals, 330 VRBO short term rentals and 192 FlipKey vacation rentals.
Wondering if you can bring your favorite dog or cat with you? We have 414 pet friendly vacation rentals available for you. In addition to accommodating pets, Cape Coral rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 1,810 rentals have internet and wifi, 1,883 have TV and/or cable and 1,856 have a pool or hot tub.