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is a combination of diverse and dynamic communities. There are larger cities like Sarasota, Bradenton, St. Pete and Tampa as well as smaller cities like Punta Gorda and Venice. Southwest Florida has a variety of towns a where one can retire, vacation or live and work in a smaller community setting. Towns like Port Charlotte, Rotonda, Englewood, Nokomis and South Gulf Cove have their own benefits and feel.
Sarasota, Florida is a beautiful, historic, Gulf Coast city just south of Tampa, Florida. A charming, vibrant downtown section, complete with restaurants, bars, clubs, theaters, and museums, awaits those who call Sarasota home.
The Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall is a beautiful theater overlooking Sarasota Bay. It features major acts, plays and concerts in an intimate setting. Just down the street is the Sarasota Player’s Theater that offers a more laid back atmosphere and hosts a variety of shows weekly and throughout the year.
Sarasota also has the Ringling Museum of Art, the Selby Botanical Gardens, the Mote Aquarium and Marine Research Center, Sarasota Jungle Gardens, Marina Jack, Bayfront Park, as well as fun outdoor destinations for those who love nature, such as Myakka State Park and Oscar Scherer State Park.
The most popular attractions are Sarasota’s beaches. The beach at Siesta Key is one of the most renown in the country. Rated number 1 by Dr. Beach in 2011, Siesta Key Beach is miles of powder-like sand and clear gulf waters. Long Boat Key, just north of Siesta, is another popular beach destination that offers many waterfront homes and condos.
Shopping in St. Armands is a major pastime for visitors to Sarasota. With over 140 shops, boutiques, restaurants, and bars, St. Armands is the perfect way to spend a day or an evening after you have finished boating, laying on the beach, or visiting the many other attractions.
Sarasota Bradenton International Airport is conveniently located close to both cities and has non-stop flights to many major cities including Boston, New York, Detroit, Chicago, Toronto, Washington DC, Charlotte and Atlanta as well as connecting flights to most of the the US and Canada.
However varied your interests, Sarasota has something for you. This elegant city truly is a little slice of paradise in southwest Florida.
Punta Gorda, Florida is another historic city in Southwest Florida. Nestled on the south shore of Charlotte Harbor, Punta Gorda started as a fishing and cattle shipping port. It was the southern terminus for the railroad, bringing supplies south and fish, cattle and produce north. The city has grown into one of the best known fishing and sailing centers in all of Florida. Punta Gorda Isles is famous for its beautiful waterfront homes, the majority on sailboat access canals where even the largest power boats can dock behind your home.
The historic downtown area has an array of art galleries, shops and clubs as well as a number of excellent restaurants. Each April, Punta Gorda hosts a festival where the streets are closed to traffic and arts, crafts, food and beverages fill abound. The city sets up stages at four corners of the downtown area where local bands perform and at the main stage, a headlining national act is highlighted.
The Punta Gorda area has many very nice parks and attractions. Babcock Ranch in eastern Charlotte County is a working cattle ranch, lumber operation and offers tours called Babcock Wilderness Adventures. On the Babcock Wilderness Adventures website, it is stated: You’ll find yourself face to face with wildlife in an Old Florida setting.
At the end of Marion Ave in Punta Gorda Isles is Ponce De Leon Park, the place where legend has it, the explorer set foot on land and named the area in Charlotte Harbor, Fat Point, Punta Gorda. It is 10 acres in size with a ¼ mile raised boardwalk through a natural wetland, boat ramps and trailer parking, and plenty of parking and beautiful views. The park also includes the Peace River Wildlife Center. Tours are available at no cost to visitors 11AM – 4PM, 7 days a week. The mission of the Peace River Wildlife Center is to treat and rehabilitate injured and orphaned native Florida wildlife and, if possible, to return them to the wild.
Punta Gorda Airport has schedules flights to cities throughout the eastern US. Because it is a smaller airport and the airlines serve other smaller airports, the prices can be very good. In addition, the airport serves general aviation. Aviation enthusiasts will enjoy the Florida International Air Show, hosted by the Punta Gorda Airport each March. Attendees will enjoy displays of aircraft dating from before World War ll through present day aircraft. Performers will thrill spectators with stunt flights and aerial acrobatics. The highlight of the annual show is a performance of skill by US military pilots of either the US Air Force Thunderbirds or the US Navy Blue Angels.
If water sports, fishing and sailing are your favorite activities, the Peace River and Charlotte Harbor are your destinations. Kayaking and boating on the Peace is a beautiful thing! Spectacular scenery, birds and other wildlife abound. Fishing is legendary. If you are a sailor, there is everything from weekend fleet racing to cruising and “gunkholing” in a favorite anchorage. Charlotte Harbor is a vast, protected bay, stretching from the south end of Cape Coral and Pine Island, north passing Captiva, Boca Grande and to Punta Gorda. If one includes the entire estuary system, it covers 4,885 square miles from Venice to Bonita Springs and is the second largest open water estuary in the state.
Deep Creek is a deed restricted section of Punta Gorda with upscale homes at an affordable price. Deep Creek homes are built to the highest standards. The neighborhoods are safe, neat and attractive. The schools are excellent and the community tight-knit. If you are looking for non-waterfront property, this is one community you should not miss.
Port Charlotte is a town in Charlotte County, close to Punta Gorda. It is known for its affordable homes and condos and has been named numerous times as the best place to live and retire by national magazines. Port Charlotte is across Charlotte Harbor from Punta Gorda. Port Charlotte has a variety of neighborhoods of nice homes, some with waterfront access and others on dry, non-waterfront lots.
Port Charlotte stretches from Charlotte Harbor north through Murdock and west to Riverwood, El Jobean, the Gulf Coves (Gulf Cove, South Gulf Cove and Gardens of Gulf Cove) and East Englewood. There is a home in Port Charlotte to fit almost anyone’s budget.
Port Charlotte has condominium communities for people over 55 years of age as well as those for the general population. Charlotte Square in Port Charlotte is a community for seniors. It is centrally located in the hospital district, across the street from the Cultural Center of Charlotte County.
At the Cultural Center, one can enjoy Arts and Crafts shows, musical concerts and theater. In addition, The Learning Place at the Cultural Center offers a variety of classes and workshops. There is a restaurant, The Midtown Deli Cafe that serves breakfast and lunch and there is a resale shop where one can find bargains and treasures. The center also has a Fitness Salon where you can stay in shape.
South Gulf Cove is a waterfront community with miles and miles of canals leading to Charlotte Harbor with access to the Gulf of Mexico. Located on eastern Cape Haze, South Gulf Cove is a short ride to Englewood Beach and Boca Grande.
The Riverwood neighborhood in Port Charlotte is a gated community with a 4-½ star golf course. Riverwood’s is located at the mouth of the Myakka River where the river flows to beautiful Charlotte Harbor. This community is also an Audubon sanctuary which affords endless opportunities to observe eagles and many species of tropical birds in their natural habitat and its location provides gorgeous sunsets on a daily basis.
Riverwood is located close to the Charlotte Sports Park, spring training home of the Tampa Bay Rays and their High-A minor league team, the Charlotte Stone Crabs. Having completed a $27 million renovation in 2009, the stadium can accommodate 7,500 guests. There is comfortable seating in the stands for 6,000, plus another 1,500 in the picnic areas and on the outfield boardwalk and Tiki Bar.
Port Charlotte Beach Park has a nice, sandy beach, a community swimming pool, boat launch ramps, kayak and canoe launch and rentals, tennis, bocce and volley ball courts, picnic area with tables and grills, a dog park to exercise your pooch, rest rooms, and enclosed air conditioned recreation buildings that can be reserved for private functions.
North Port is the largest city in Sarasota County. Located in southeastern portion of the county, the city has experienced tremendous growth in recent years. The city is safe and affordable with plenty of parks and recreation. Only a short drive to Englewood and Venice Beaches, North Port offers a good choice for working families, retirees and vacationers. Superb weather and affordability are among the many reasons people choose North Port Florida for their home.
Warm Mineral Springs is a hot springs spa, in southwest North Port where natural vents deep in the ground feed 97 degree warm water to the lake. Visitors luxuriate in the soothing spring year round.
Rotonda is divided into sections. Inside the circle, is Rotonda West and Oakland Hills, Pebble Beach, Pinehurst, Broadmoor, Long Meadow, White Marsh and Pine Valley neighborhoods.
North of the circle are Rotonda Heights and Rotonda Lakes. Rotonda Meadows and Rotonda Villas are southeast of the circle, and to the south lies Rotonda Sands.
There are six golf courses in Rotonda with 99 challenging holes. Other courses in the local area add to the reputation of Rotonda being a golfer’s paradise! Beautiful Englewood Beach is only minutes away from your Rotonda home. With its miles of unspoiled sand, Englewood Beach is clean, relaxing and uncrowded.