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Villa Lancelot


Cape Coral

Lovely small beach with a pier, picnic and barbecue facilities at the old marina. Take the Coronado Parkway south and follow the two-lane road until the end.


Public beaches: Blind Pass, Turner Beach, Bowmans Beach, Gulfside Park, Lighthouse Point, Tarpon Bay $ 6.00 toll (one way)

Fort Myers Beach

Fort Myers Beach offers live music, stores, restaurants and bars

Lovers Keys

Accessible by foot or boat, no lifeguard on duty Located at Bonita Beach Road in South Lee County $ 1.00 per car

Bonita Beach

Public beach at Bonita Springs, no charge for parking Picnic areas, toilets, soda machines, restaurants, shopping Hickory Blvd. / Bonita Beach Road.


Carl E. Johnson Park

24340 Estero Blvd., Fort Myers (on Lovers Key Island)
The long beach (3 miles) provides picnic tables, grill places, walk ways, public toilets and plenty of shells

Lakes Park

73330 Gladiolus Road, Fort Myers
The park is located around a big lake Swimming, canoeing, boating, picnicking and fishing


Park1775 Raleigh Street, Fort Myers
Swimming pool, picnic areas, softball and basketball fields

Sun splash

400 Santa Barbara Blvd. Open
Please consider the opening hours For more info call: (239) 574-015557

Gulf courses

Royal Tee
(18 Loch, Par. 72)

3050 Pine Island Road, Cape Coral
Tel. (239) 283-5522

Coral Oaks Golf Course
(18 Loch, Par. 72)

1800 NW 28th Ace, Cape Coral
Tel. (239) 283-4100


Friendship Lanes Bowling
(Bowling and Billard)

1899 Del Prado Blvd., Cape Coral
Tel.: (239) 574-33611

Rack´em Billiards
(Billard and Darts)

1011 SE 47th Terrace, Cape Coral
Tel.: (239) 540-7225

Jungle Golf

17710 San Carlos Blvd., Fort Myers
Tel.: (239) 466-9797
Opening hours: from 9 am.

Congo River

24270South Tamiami Trail, Bonita Springs
Tel.: (239) 948-9099
Opening hours: 10 am – 11 pm.


at “Coconut Point”
23106 Fashion Drive, Estero
at “Gulf Coast Town Center”
9903 Gulf Coast Main Street, Fort Myers

Tarpon Bay Explorers
(Canoe / bike rentals)

900 Tarpon Bay Road, Sanibel
Tel.: (239) 472-8900
Hiring a bike, canoeing or kayaking, taking part in guided tours or going out fishing -> fishing license is available
Opening hours: 10 am. - 5 pm. (Feb.-Sep. until 6 pm.)

JN DarlingNational
Wildlife Refuge

1 Wildlief Drive, Sanibel
Tel.: (239) 472-1100
Looking for rare species of birds, lizards and alligators. You can also get out of the car and take snapshots.

Edison/Ford Winter Estate

2350 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers
Tel.: (239) 334-7419
From the light bulbs to the gramophone, the winter home of Thomas Edison and his inventions are waiting to bring the light into the darkness.

(Children’s Museum)

2000 Cranford Avenue, Fort Myers
Tel.: (239) 337-3332
Here you can learn lots of interesting things like how a hot air balloon gets up in the air. In a tropical lagoon you can find exotic fish, turtles and sharks.

Shell Factory

2787 North Tamiami Trail, North Fort Myers
Tel.: (239) 995-2141
Shell fans will find the "heaven on earth". A huge number of shells and corals from different countries will amaze you. You can also visit the "Nature Park" or "Fun Park" of the Shell Factory with your children.

Naples Nature Center

1450 Merrihue Drive, North Naples
Tel.: (239) 262-0304
Veterinarians try to help birds to get on their feet again and to guarantee sea turtles a calm nesting season. On an artificial strip of a beach you get explained everything about marine animals.

Swamp Sanctuary

375 Sanctuary Road West, Naples
Tel.: (239) 348-9151
Here you can stroll through the Garden of Eden. By the large 13,000 acre nature reserve a 2.25 mile boardwalk meanders through pine flat woods, open prairies and finally into the largest forest of ancient bald cypress in North America.

Everglades Tours

US 41, zwischen Naples und Miami
Discovering shallow marshes by walk, bike or boat seeing alligators

(Snorkeling, Sunset Sailing)

205 Elizabeth Street, Key West
Tel.: 305-292-4768
Live coral reef here you can be very close to the underwater world or sail into the sunset

Ernest Hemingway
(House and Museum)

907 Whitehead Street, Key West
Tel.: 305-294-1136
The Nobel-Prize-Winner and writer Ernest Hemingway lived on Key West. Visit his house, which was built during the Spanish Colonization in 1815.

Babcock Wilderness Adventures

8000 State Road 3, Punta Gorda
Tel.: 1-800-500-5583
A paradise for adventure fans. You can go discover the wilderness by swamp buggies. Great for those who would like to get in close contact with alligators and Florida panthers and who like to listen to stories of the tour guide.

Cape Canaveral
(Space Center / NASA)

405 State Route, Kennedy Space Center
Tel.: (866) 737-5235
From there, the astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin started the first trip to the moon. The highlight of the visit is the 'Kennedy Space Center Tour', a 2 hour tour through the spacious grounds.

Ron Jon Surf school

150 East Columbia Lane, Cocoa Beach
Tel.: (321) 799-8840
You will learn how to surf behind a kite and jump over the waves. You can also rent surfboards or buy a new one at ‘Ron Jon Surf shop’

Theme parks Orlando

Orlando is famous for its recreation parks. You can acquire ‘multi-day passes’ and tickets, which enable you to switch between different parks. ‘Fast Pass’ provides you a fast enter to the park without waiting in the queue.

Walt Disney’s
Magic Kingdom

311 World Drive, Bay Lake
Tel.: (407) 824-2222
Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom is not fascinating only for the 'small'. Around the Palace of Cinderella, there is a lot to see. At 2 pm. you can see the daily parade of Mickey Mouse, Donald, Goofy and many other characters from the Disney movies.

Walt Disney’s
Epcot Center

1510 North Avenue of the Stars, Lake Buena Vista
Tel.: (407) 824-4321
Cultural and historic facts from all over the world Giant laser-fireworks show on the lake every night

Walt Disney’s
Animal Kingdom

Savannah Place, Orlando
Tel.: (407) 654-6461
Watching animals from Safari Learning more about the history and live of dinosaurs in DinoLand Digging fossils

Universal Studios

6000 Universal Boulevard, Orlando
Tel.: (407) 363-8000
For everyone who likes movies and wants to understand their origin

Island of Adventures

1000 Universal studios plaza, Orlando
Tel.: (407) 363-8000
You are interested in spectacular rollercoasters and splashy adventure movies? Then this is the right place for you!

Sea World

7007 Sea World Drive, Orlando
Tel.: (407) 351-3600
An experience for all who are dedicated to water and marine life. Apart from animals, there are a lot of attractions for all ages. By an appointment, there is the opportunity to dive or even swim with dolphins.

Bush Gardens

10165 North McKinley Drive, Tampa
Tel.: 1-888-800-5447 (Gebührenfrei!)
In the African environment you will be close to the wildlife, watching zebras, elephants, rhinos, lions or giraffes.

Wet’n Wild

6200 International Drive,
Tel.: (407) 351-1800
Fun for the whole family. At this huge water park there are plenty of slides with different slopes. The Service staff will help you to enter and get out on the slides. From 2 pm you can profit from discounted ticket prices.

Walt Disney’s
Blizzard Beach

1801 West Buena Vista Drive, Orlando
Tel.: (407) 560-9283
Blizzard Beach is one of the most exciting parks of the Walt Disney group. Plenty of water slides and fun for young and old.


14501 South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando
Tel.: (800) 393-5297
5000 alligators and crocodiles and numerous other animals and shows Petting zoo

Holy Land Experience

4655 Vineland Road, Orlando
Tel.: (407) 367-2065
Have a look at the biblical Jerusalem and Jesus Christ’s life story Gospel concerts and passion plays with costumed Romans and Jews

Destinations in Florida

Die Westküste

Fort Myers Beach (approx. 20 minutes away)
Sanibel und Captiva Island (approx. 30-60 minutes away)
Naples (approx. 50 minutes away)
Punta Gorda (approx. 50 minutes away)
Sarasota (approx. 1 hour and 40 minutes away)
t. Petersburg (approx. 2 hours away)
Tampa (approx. 2 hours and 20 minutes away)

Numerous coves and islands provide plenty of small marinas and fishing ports. Many islands are still quiet and lonely. Here you can enjoy romantic and fire-red sunsets: