• Boca Grande

    On the island of Boca Grande you will not find chain stores, billboards, or traffic lights, and golf carts are the primary form of transportation. Boca Grande is full of charming shops and eateries. Boca Grande’s charm and seclusion have brought many prominent people and families to the island. Of course, Boca Grande’s primary attraction is its perfect beaches and emerald waters. The sugar sand is some of the softest you will find anywhere, and the historic lighthouse is almost famous. Boca Grande also has the finest tarpon fishing in the world. Anglers come from all over during tarpon season, which opens in April or May, to stalk the mighty “Silver King” in Boca Grande Pass—a one-mile-wide stretch between the Gulf and Charlotte Harbor. Even for those of us who can’t live in Boca Grande full time, its charm is always a short drive from the surrounding communities of Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, North Port, and Englewood.Boca Grande Light House church (Small) Boca Grande Banyans

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