Southwest Florida Real EstateFrom the beaches of Sanibel Island to the boutiques of Old Naples, the diverse communities of Southwest Florida offer so much to explore.
Whether you enjoy outdoor activities like golfing, fishing or boating; relaxing in nature while bird watching and wildlife viewing; experiencing the wonderful art communities or keeping up on the latest fashions; or just relaxing on the white sand beaches, you will find an abundance of entertainment and relaxation.
Surrounded by the wildlife of the Everglades, the marvelous areas of Sanibel & Captiva Islands, Fort Myers Beach, Fort Myers, Port Charlotte, Bonita Springs & Estero, Cape Coral, Pine Island, Boca Grande, North Fort Myers and Lehigh Acres, Naples & Marco Island are enhanced by the spectacular white sand beaches at the southwestern tip of Florida’s Gulf Coast. All your dreams will come true in the many communities of Florida’s Last Paradise.
Lee County is rich with unspoiled beaches, the Everglades, and a diverse population. Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach are two of the oldest and most recognized communities in Lee County.
Located in Southwest Florida, Lee County is approximately 125 miles south of Tampa, 115 miles west of Fort Lauderdale, and approximately 125 miles northwest of Miami. It is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico to the west, Henry County to the east, Charlotte County to the north and Collier County to the southeast. Lee County has the fastest growth rate in Hispanic population in the United States and is the 89th fastest growing county in the country.
Collier County’s coastline of more than 25 miles of unspoiled, white beaches and thousands of barrier islands are located along the southwestern coast of the Florida peninsula. Nestled between the Everglades and the Gulf of Mexico, Collier County boasts some of the most elegant and prestigious communities in the United States and some of the most productive agricultural areas and natural preserves in the world.
Charlotte County, Florida is located around the banks of Charlotte Harbor and features an abundance of beautiful vistas, sporting activities for all ages, and a relaxed lifestyle. Nestled along Florida’s Southwest Gulf Coast, between Sarasota and Naples, Charlotte County is approximately 100 miles south of Tampa. The region covers a diverse landscape of cities and towns, including the barrier island community of Boca Grande; Palm Island, with its serene beaches accessible by ferry; secluded Don Pedro Island; and Little Gasparilla Island. Charlotte County boasts two public beaches, Port Charlotte and Englewood beaches. Six Environmental Parks offer opportunities for fishing, kayaking, bird and aquatic observation, and many other outdoor activities. The park system also contains many boat, canoe and kayak launches for water-sport activities. An abundance of small city communities like Punta Gorda, Englewood, Port Charlotte, El Jobean, Manasota Key, Cape Haze, and Placida are found in this county. Each city contains picturesque and waterfront landscapes, with quaint fishing and arts villages. Active lifestyles in Charlotte County are filled with more than 70 parks and nature preserves, miles of beaches, fishing, paddling and sailing. The area is also home to 16 golf courses and numerous annual sporting events.