Cape Coral Malls have all your favorite shops, but in a delightful tropical setting that makes shopping even more enjoyable!
First of all, do you know the difference between a mall and a shopping center?
A mall is enclosed, to get from store to store, you walk through a hallway that is inside.
A shopping center is open, to get from store to store, you have to walk outside.
Since Cape Coral doesn't have any malls ............ yet, you'll have to travel. But not too far! There's a mall in Ft Myers and one in Punta Gorda.
Plans are in the works to build a huge mall on Pine Island Rd and/or one in the downtown area off of Cape Coral Pkwy and Del Prado.
The Edison Mall is in Ft. Myers, just over the Midpoint Bridge, and is your typical mall. Their anchor stores are Macy's, Dillards, JC Penneys, and Sears.
They have many of the typical mall shops: Express, Victoria's Secret, Ann Taylor Loft, Pacsun, Wet Seal, Bath & Bodyworks, etc.
They have a food court, fashion shows and seasonal events. Go to the Edison Mall website to get special savings and offers.
Edison Mall is located on Route 41 north of Colonial Blvd.
For the second of the Cape Coral malls, just go one town north to Punta Gorda, where Fishermens Village is located.
You will really like this mall ...... it has waterfront shopping and dining, a museum, yacht basin, marina, and resort, all-in-one!
Nine shops and boutiques offer Florida lifestyle clothing, shoes, accessories and gift items.
Watch the fishing boats while you dine at one of their seven restaurants.
There are lots of fun activities and entertainment at their Center Stage.
Two-bedroom vacation villas sleep six, have kitchens, lofts, and balconies.
Resort guests can swim in the heated pool, play on the tennis courts, rent bikes, rent boats, charter a variety of cruises, and more.
Clothing, shoes, pet supplies, purses and bags, art, and gifts are some of the items sold in these Cape Coral shops that are in picturesque locations on the water.
Check out Cape Coral Shopping Centers too. The main shopping areas in Cape Coral are on Del Prado Blvd, Pine Island Rd, Santa Barbara Blvd ......... and places such as Big Johns Plaza, and other strip malls on Cape Coral Parkway.
For some really huge malls and outlet centers, you'll have to go to Ft Myers, Estero, and Naples. Go to my Southwest Florida Shopping Outlets and Centers page to get more information.
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