Just a few miles from the open blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Cape Harbour boasts a vibrant boardwalk filled with interesting boutiques, restaurants, spa services and spectacular views. In fact The Marina at Cape Harbour is truly a destination in itself, a fantastic location for taking a delightful stroll, taking in a scrumptious meal or a tipping off point for a day out on the water.
One of the closest marinas to the Gulf of Mexico, Cape Harbour has space for dozens of boats, a popular overnight stop with more than 70 wet slips and indoor storage at The Boat House. It’s also a superb destination for renting a boat, embarking on a boat tour or taking a fishing charter.
Found at the south end of Chiquita Boulevard, Cape Harbour routinely welcomes live music and entertainment plus hosts annual events such as a 4th of July celebration and an end of the year extravaganza. Dining at Cape Harbour is a real treat too, from fine dining on the terrace overlooking the incoming and outgoing boats to more casual locations serving up appetizers and family favorites.
You can even step in for a cup of fresh brewed coffee or a sampling of gelato on a warm, sunny day. When you’re not tempting your taste buds you’ll also want to take time to pick up some unique souvenirs and one-of-a-kind items from one of the interesting local shops.
All this is, of course, in addition to the impressive options in real estate that easily tempt visitors to enjoy a lifestyle in the luxury yachting community. With a majority of the homes in Cape Harbour either on the marina, a canal or featuring water views it’s no wonder that so many people are enjoying the benefits of a more permanent Cape Coral lifestyle in fashionable Cape Harbour.