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Vacation Rental Price Information in Cape Coral
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Cape Coral. Cape Coral is more expensive in February (2/8 - 2/15), where prices are on average $279 a night. Prices decrease in October to an average of $181 per night (10/12 - 10/19).
Rental Availability Information in Cape Coral
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Cape Coral. In February (2/15 - 2/22), only 8 are available. It is easier to find a rental in a week of September (9/7 - 9/14), as only 15% of the accommodations are booked.
The Weather in Cape Coral
Check out the climate diagram for Cape Coral. The highest average temperatures are in the month of June. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Cape Coral, with temperatures going under 57° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Cape Coral vacation rentals redefine vacations in Southwest Florida
Located close to Fort Myers and a stone’s throw from the shimmering Gulf of Mexico, Cape Coral promises a vacation filled with warm sunshine, friendly locals, riverside beaches, boats and fishing-filled days and nights. With over 400 miles of waterways, this community loves its water-filled treat - Sun Splash Family Waterpark, a water park offering dozens of wet and dry attractions spread over 15 acres. Staying at your Coral Cape vacation rental allows you to access the water park as well as Royal Tee Country Club, the Cape Coral Historical Museum, and other attractions.
Getting to Cape Coral
Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers is the nearest airport. Major airlines, including American, Continental, United, Southwest, US Airways and Delta, all serve the airport.
Getting from the airport to your Cape Coral vacation home takes about 35 to 40 minutes, depending on the traffic. You also can leave the airport in style with a limo service. On the first floor, just across the baggage claim, are car rental companies. You can use the airport shuttle service to reach car rental agencies in the vicinity of the airport.
The ideal climate in Cape Coral
Cape Coral boasts an appealing climate all year round. The daytime high in January is about 75°F, while in August it is slightly higher at around 95°F. Summers can be hot and humid, so plan your vacation during early summer, winter or spring. In fact, winters are perfect for booking a Cape Coral vacation rental. There is hardly any rain and the sun will be shining throughout your stay.
Cape Coral’s attractions
The Cape has river beaches. The waters of the Matlacha Pass and Caloosahatchee River form estuaries, where mangrove forests teem with marine life. This makes Cape Coral a favorite destination for hobby fishermen.
The lakes and canals are filled with freshwater fish, such as bass and panfish. In Caloosahatchee River, you will be able to bait bream, black crappie, largemouth bass, and bluegill. If you prefer saltwater fishing, head nine miles inshore to the tidal creeks, estuaries, and bays where you can catch snappers, trout, groupers, bass, tarpons, redfish and more.
Beach lovers will not be disappointed with the Yacht Club Beach on the Caloosahatchee River. This family-friendly beach comes with playground, shelters for family picnics and a fishing pier for angling. Every month, the beach clubhouse hosts a craft show called the Sunset Celebration. Visitors can even access the swimming pool, tennis courts, and marina in the clubhouse complex if their Cape Coral vacation rental is located in the vicinity.
Golfing is a passion in Cape Coral, and that is why the city has four public and semi-private golf courses. Royal Tee, a semi-private golf course, is located in the Cape Royal golf community. It is one of the best golf courses in the area, with 27 championship holes. The undulating greens, glimmering lakes and shimmering sand make a picture-perfect sight. The course also has a driving range, pro shop, and practice greens to hone your golfing skills.
The cultural heritage of Cape Coral
Cape Coral has a rich and vibrant cultural scene. The Cape Coral Historical Museum houses relics, replicas, shells, antiques, and fossils. You will love the replicas of a Florida Cracker House and the world-famous Rose Gardens.
If you are an art lover, the Naples Museum of Art will exceed your expectations. Make sure you don't miss the Dale Chihuly glasswork. You will be awed by his blown glass sculptures and functional glass pieces.
Cape Coral’s Cultural Park Theater has the honor of being the longest-running community theater in the entire of Southwest Florida. The theater offers musicals, plays, acting classes and even an art gallery.
Cooking up a storm in your Cape Coral vacation home
A majority of Cape Coral vacation rentals have self-catering facilities. The Cape Coral Farmers Market, held every Saturday morning, is perfect for fresh and organic local produce. It is renowned for its affordable and quality groceries. The market has a lot more in store for a discerning visitor, including antiques, jewelry, jellies, clothes and even dog treats! The guacamole stand will be your favorite spot in the market.
Publix is one of the best supermarkets in town. If you want to host a party for your new friends in your vacation accommodation, pick up cold cuts, rotisserie chicken and prepared food from the supermarket’s deli.
Experience the excitement of sunny Cape Coral in Florida
Sun Splash Family Waterpark
Enjoy exhilarating drop slides or just relaxing in and around the water. Attractions include the Terror Tube and Pirate’s Cove kids’ zone.
Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve
Enjoy the range of wildlife that can be viewed here, including eagles and snakes. Kayak rentals are also available at the preserve.
Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library
Appreciate the importance of America’s military in the country's history and culture here with a range of fascinating exhibits including cars, uniforms and the impressive library.
Cape Coral Yacht Club
Florida is renowned for its fantastic sailing, and this is a great place to visit and enjoy facilities like barbecuing, the fishing pier and shuffle-board and racquet ball.
Cape Coral Farmers Market
Florida is also one of the USA’s most bountiful states for excellent fresh produce such as delicious fruit and seafood. You can also pick up preserved goods to take home including pickles and salsas.
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