Cape Coral Florida Map - How to get to our beautiful and sunshiny paradise - with map, directions, and suggestions of fun places to go!
We are in the subtropics, on the Gulf of Mexico, and that's why we have such delightful, warm weather with gulf breezes to cool us off.
Cape Coral is close to so many interesting places.
It is west of Ft Myers, on one side of the Caloosahatchee River, about an hour drive north of Naples and 2 hours south of Tampa. Cape Coral is located in SW Florida, and very close to Sanibel, Captiva, Lovers Key, Pine Island, and Matlacha plus many other cool islands such as Cabbage Key, Cayo Costa, Useppa, and Boca Grande.
Use the Cape Coral Florida map below to zoom in or out ......... to get directions, go to the box below the map and type in your starting point and destination:
From there, you will be able to see a smaller Cape Coral map with the roads you need to take highlighted, the list of directions, and access to a larger satellite map.
This way you can get locations and directions to all the places I talk about on the website!
The sunsets are wonderful and you can enjoy so many shops and restaurants on both islands.
There are so many things to do in Cape Coral and Southwest Florida, so use the map of Cape Coral, and ....... happy traveling!
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