Gulf Coast Florida Villa

Things to do

There are so many attractions to visit in the Cape Coral area. Great beaches, Malls, Restaurants, bars, waterparks, nature activities - everything. We have collated a large basket of information leaflets for you to review whilst you are at the villa.
Here are some of our favourites!

Check out pictures & displays of the way things were in Cape Coral during its early beginning days. Children's Science Center Science & technology can be fun! Hands-on exploration using exhibits on electricity, optical illusions, dinosaurs, plus live reptiles on display.

Located between Bonita Beach & Ft Myers Beach, Lover's Key is a blend of recreational & educational experiences you can enjoy year-round. Featuring natural canals & tidal lagoons fringed with mangroves, which support an array of fish & diverse aquatic animals. The park has modern bathhouses, picnic shelters & hiking trails.

A shopping/entertainment/restaurant complex featuring over 5,000,000 shells & shell novelties. Other attractions include Waltzing Waters, Journey Into Africa, the Railroad Museum, bumper & paddle boats. A variety of restaurants are available on site.

One of Florida's earliest wildlife attractions, visitors can delight in seeing Florida wildlife. Visitors exit the park through a unique history museum with artefacts & relics from the prehistoric & Calusa Indian era's.

Eco Park has 365-acres of unspoiled wetlands & mangrove swamp on the Caloosahatchee River. The park features a 4,200-foot walking trail and a visitor centre.

Visit the only sea shell museum in the U.S. & view some of the sea's finest treasures.

Visit the homes of these famous next-door neighbours, Thomas Edison & Henry Ford. Tour Edison's botanical gardens, his laboratory & the museum with the world's largest collection of Edison's inventions & memorabilia.