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Set on Gasparilla Island, the historic village of Boca Grande offers old world charm, quaint shops and restaurants, and gorgeous beach views. Boca Grande is known as the "Tarpon Capital of the World", and has often been visited by presidents and celebrities. Gasparilla Island is split between two counties, with the northern third and bridge access located in Charlotte County. More about Boca Grande
Don Pedro Island
Don Pedro Island, the middle island of the Knight/Don Pedro/Little Gasparilla chain, is predominantly a state park, which is accessible only by boat, ferry, or kayak/canoe. The state park has a land base which offers parking and dock for ferry services. Ranked Florida's "most tranquil beach" by USA Today readers.
Charming El Jobean has its own old-Florida flair. A former winter home for circus and carnival performers, it features a historic post office museum and cafe that hosts weekly Bluegrass jam sessions.
Located on Lemon Bay, off the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, Englewood remains one of Florida’s best-kept secrets... well, almost: The area was named as a "Top Ten U.S. Destination for 2009" by TripAdvisor™ TravelCast. Englewood is a beach community which thrives on its nature parks, cultural events, beaches, fishing and arts offerings.
Englewood is not only home to beautiful beaches, but also offers direct boating access to the Gulf of Mexico and some of the best sport fishing in Florida. More About Englewood
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Knight Island (Palm Island)
Knight Island, often referred to as Palm Island (the name of the large resort/community on the island) and offers a true escape. Explore miles of white sandy beach and crystal clear water await you on this retreat away from the world. Resort and vacation homes are available on the island. A car ferry (or water taxi) to get there adds to the remote feel of this island getaway.
Little Gasparilla Island
From the inlet of Gasparilla Pass to Don Pedro Island, this cool little island with vacation rentals is another great remote getaway. Water taxi, charters, private boats and canoes/kayaks are the connection to the mainland. There are no bridges or car ferries... so you won't see any automobiles on this island.
Two jewels you will find on Manasota Key are Chadwick Park at Englewood Beach and the Stump Pass Beach State Park. Sparkling water, sandy shores, hidden seashells and a lot of sunshine! Englewood Beach is located on Manasota Key.
If you’re looking for adventure, this secluded Gulf Coast community hosts any number of fun-in-the-sun pursuits. Placida is offers excellent catch-of-the-day dining, charming home-away-from-home accommodations, and original art galleries. Placida also hosts seasonal art/craft shows and bi-annual seafood festivals.
Port Charlotte, the county’s geographical center, is home to the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Charlotte County Historical Center, a waterfront museum featuring changing glimpses into the area’s past. More about Port Charlotte
The city of Punta Gorda is a historic town that lies along beautiful Charlotte Harbor. Streets lined with huge royal palms, beautifully restored period homes with wide verandas, brick lanes, street lamps and benches present a tangible old-Florida atmosphere. Nearly everything is waterfront here from hotels and shopping to parks and fine dining. See more here about Punta Gorda
Located on the West Coast of Florida with 17,000 residents and approaching our 25th year, the Rotonda West Association is the largest mandated Homeowners Association in Florida
Our residents chose our tranquil neighborhoods for their homes, moving here from virtually every state in the union and internationally.
Twenty six miles of picturesque canals, plus ponds and lakes that are abundant with fish and wildlife are community attractions. Sandy beaches are nearby. And boating is popular in Lemon Bay and around Boca Grande. The nearby Gulf of Mexico offers some of the best fishing in the world.
Our community offers many recreational opportunities, including golf, fishing, boating, tennis and more. Several shopping centers are nearby, as well as professional theaters and cultural centers.
Rotonda Golf Partners maintains five golf courses positioned around the community totaling 99 holes of fun and challenging play.
A major recent addition is the acquisition of the 165 beautiful acres of Broadmoor Park, featuring our new 8,000 square foot Community Center, many lakes, abundant foliage and wildlife, and almost 3 miles of walking trails.
Our community is administered by a pro-active Board of Directors, supported by an Association Manager with an efficient office staff, as well as a dozen committees with over 100 volunteers that keep things happening.
South Gulf Cove
This unique and active waterfront community is located between Port Charlotte and Boca Grande, and is comprised of 15,000 lots, 4,000 of which are directly on the water. The community is still in growth phase so you can easily find a lot to build your dream home or existing homes. South Gulf Cove offers waterfront & non-waterfront living but with access to the Charlotte Harbor & Gulf of Mexico directly from the community. With over 120 man-made canals you can enjoy a day boating within the community neighborhoods. Or head to the lagoon for additional fishing beyond your dock or the public ramp & park area. Also a great place for smooth waters for jet skis, kayaks & paddle-boarding. The community has many activities and groups to keep you busy if you desire. Such as, Garden Club, Yacht Club, Red Hat Society and more. If you are a boating enthusiast, love to fish or prefer a relaxed community atmosphere this may be the one for you. Click here for more about South Gulf Cove