Cape Coral Shopping Centers - all the main shopping centers, including downtown and waterfront, our favorite shops in paradise!
There are lots of plazas, strip malls, and shopping centers scattered throughout Cape Coral.
The main shopping areas are located on Del Prado Blvd, Pine Island Rd, and the Cape's downtown area of Cape Coral Parkway and SE 47th Terrace, also known as The South Cape.
You will also find shops and strip malls located on some of the other main streets of town like Santa Barbara, Chiquita, Skyline, Hancock Bridge Blvds, at our resort, Marina Village, and Cape Harbour, a waterfront community.
Scroll down to see the main shopping centers in town, including Cape Harbour, which you can see in the photo below.
Coralwood is located on Del Prado and Veterans Memorial Blvd, just north of the Midpoint Bridge.
Anchor stores are JC Penney, Bealls, and Bealls Outlet. Bealls is a department store that specializes in the Florida lifestyle.
The shopping center also has a Fashion Bug, GNC, Hallmark, LA Fitness, Radio Shack, other shops, and the Marquee 10 Cinema.
The Ice Cream Club opened up their second location recently. It's very important to know where all the ice cream shops are here in Florida!
Coralpointe, also on Del Prado, is just up the road from Coralwood, on the same side of the street.
Anchor shops include Staples, Ross, Dollar Tree, and Publix.
But the reason I go to Coralpointe is the health food store, Mother Earth.
Specialty shops include a jeweler, AT&T Store, Gamestop, nail salon, and liquor store.
A Super Walmart is located conveniently next door to the plaza.
Your Cape Coral shopping experience would not be complete without going to over to
I love Cape Harbour! This yachting community has some of my favorite shops and restaurants, plus, it is just so nice to walk around and look at the boats in the marina.
Clothing, accessories, shoes, bags of all styles, unique gifts,and souvenirs can be found at several shops and boutiques.
An art gallery, doggie boutique, and collectible dolls round out the other shops.
You can also charter a cruise or buy a boat. You simply must go to Cape Harbour!
The Shops at Surfside is one of the newest of the Cape Coral Shopping Centers. It is located on Veterans and Surfside.
It's so nice to have the department store Belks, and a Home Goods so close.
There's also a Gamestop, Pampers Cleaners, H&R Block, a Dollar Tree, Century 21 Realty, Anytime Fitness, and Optician.
Big John's Plaza was actually the very first of the Cape Coral Shopping Centers.
It was built in 1960, and has greatly expanded from it's original size.
Located on Cape Coral Parkway and Vincennes, the plaza has: Anytime Fitness, Pinch A Penny Pool shop, Liberty Income Tax, Dinner Bell, UPS Store, Divot Golf, Busey Bank, Cape Dog and Deli, the Dog Treat Bakery, and more.
Last on my list of favorite Cape Coral shopping centers is The Resort at Marina Village.
Marina Village Shopping has an outdoor promenade with several stores.
You will find a couple of resort boutiques selling clothes, shoes, art, gifts, jewelry, and a spa.
The view of the river and marina are amazing and worth the shopping trip.
The Midpoint Shopping Center on Veterans and Santa Barbara has Publix, Target, Blockbusters, Ruby Tuesdays, and other shops.
The Pine Island Market, on Pine Island and Nicholas, has Kohl's, Office Max, Michael's Crafts, and more.
Coralwalk and Bayshore Shopping Centers are further down Pine Island Rd east of Del Prado and they have a Super Target, BJ's, Panera's, Olive Garden, At&T Store, 5 Guys Burgers, Starbucks, Steak 'n Shake, Sports Authority, Staples, plus many more stores.
If you keep heading down Pine Island towards North Ft Myers, you will get to The Shell Factory, which has tons of shells, clothing, jewelry, art, souvenirs, Christmas shop, gifts, toys, restaurant ....... and family fun with mini golf, bumper boats, paddleboats, a mini zoo, and dog park.
Matlacha is a small island next to Cape Coral with an "old Florida" feeling to it.
One of my favorite shops for beach wear is Frills, which also has jewelry, accessories, and gift items for great prices.
Matlacha has lots of funky shops, restaurants, and art galleries, all painted in bright colors....... a place you should really go see.
Cape Coral's city council is planning for a huge outdoor shopping center either on Pine Island Rd or in the downtown area of South Cape.
In the meantime, there are several of these types of shopping centers in South Ft Myers, Estero, and Naples. To find out more about them, go to my Southwest Florida Shopping Outlets and Centers page.
The best used furniture is at This and That Resale Furniture in Port Charlotte. Furnish your Florida home with beautiful pieces for less money.
A little bit closer and just over the Cape Coral Bridge on Rt 41 and Daniels Pkwy is Bell Towers Shops.
With about 50 shops and restaurants, a movie theater, and hotel, there's something for everyone at this attractive shopping center with lovely architecture, walkways, cafes, and fountains.
You'll find stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Talbots, Cache, Gap, Chicos, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, and more.
I love the food at Bluepointe Grill ........ plus there's pizza, bistros, a Japanese steakhouse and other eateries.
Make a day of it all in one spot, go to Bell Tower for shopping, dining, special events and entertainment. Go to their website for information about sales and happenings:
Bell Tower Shops
Daniels Pkwy and Route 41
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