• Cape Haze Peninsula

    Welcome to the Cape Haze Peninsula

    When people dream of Florida, they are probably dreaming of a place like the Cape Haze Peninsula, with its quiet barrier islands, sugar-sand beaches, turquoise waters, and verdant golf courses. The Cape Haze Peninsula is a 30-mile stretch of southwest Florida bordering the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The peninsula encompasses the communities of Gulf Cove, South Gulf Cove,  Placida, Boca Grande, Rotonda, Englewood, Cape Haze, and the surrounding islands. The communities on the peninsula are quite diverse, ranging from the affordable golfing community of Rotonda to the preppy island village of Boca Grande, second home to some of the country’s most prominent families. However, all communities on the peninsula share an Old Florida, tranquil lifestyle.

    Boca Grande Arch   Boca Grande Beach

    People live here to enjoy golfing, fishing, and boating on the Gulf of Mexico, Charlotte Harbor, and Myakka River, and white sand beaches with spectacular sunsets. There are many barrier islands to explore. Marinas, inns, and local restaurants provide a tropical atmosphere. Overall, the Cape Haze peninsula has a very private feel, and it remains less crowded than Venice and Sarasota, the larger neighbors to the north.

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