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Caloosa-CreekFort Myers, considered the gem of Southwest Florida, sits along the Caloosahatchee River, which connects the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean, and has grown from a small town rich in Florida’s history to the bustling metropolis that it is today. Also known as The City of Palms, it was made famous by Thomas Edison and his pals Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone who were impressed by the tropical climate and natural beauty. Today, the Edison and Ford Winter Estates are one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city. It is also one of the most popular national historic sites in the United States.
Follow the famous Royal Palm tree lined McGregor Blvd. and you’ll end up at one of the 3 world famous islands – Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel Island and Captiva Island, that all add to the desirability of living or vacationing in our part of paradise.
Along with the sun, surf, white sandy beaches, and wonderful year round climate, Fort Myers has much more to offer. Many are attracted to this area for its famous deep sea fishing. For the golf enthusiasts the Fort Myers area offers over 50 public and private golf courses. It’s also the spring training home of the Boston Red Sox and the Minnesota Twins. Wonderful theaters, museums, and great shopping all add to the Southwest Florida lifestyle. Downtown Fort Myers is under an exciting renovation and is attracting many new restaurants, shops and an active night life.

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