Explore Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf Islands, a wonderland of nature, in the southwest Florida. This located in the Gulf of Mexico islands offer kilometers of pristine beaches. Enjoy the warm sunshine and the sand beneath your feet while you discover the many magical treasures that this area has to offer. Port Charlotte was chosen by Trivago for "First Destination in the US with the best value for money" and is centrally located between five local airports: Punta Gorda, Tampa, St. Petersburg / Clearwater, Sarasota-Bradenton and Fort Myers. Charlotte Harbor offers not only pristine sandy beaches, but also a whole range of outdoor activities. Escape from the everyday life, you are going to explore, and relax with the selection of activities.
The magazine Sportfishing sat recently the places Boca Grande Pass and Charlotte Harbor, that belong internationally to the best destinations in the world for sport fishing, to the world's first site for tarpon fishing.
As if that were almost completely perfect weather was not enough, Golf Digest Charlotte Harbor chose to "third best place in America to live and play golf".
The wellness facilities on site to meet your needs with an offer of beach massages, facials, manicures and other beauty treatments.
Arts and Music
Find the perfect souvenir at one of the art festivals, where you can experience hundreds of artists, gourmet food and live entertainment. The Wine & Jazz Festival of Punta Gorda is popular with both locals and visitors. It is organized on the banks of the Peace River.
There are 320 km of waterways that are navigable by canoes and just waiting to be explored by kayak, canoe or stand-up paddleboard. There are a number of routes of varying difficulty, from "novice" to "expert". The path length ranges from about one and a half kilometers to nearly 30 km away.
The Charlotte Sports Park gives fans two reasons to celebrate: training games with the Tampa Bay Rays and minor league games with the Charlotte Stone Crabs. In the area also the Major League Spring Training takes place.
The restaurant scene of Charlotte County offers an varied mix of stalls offering fresh seafood, charming street cafés and pictorial, waterfront eateries. For everyone there is a restaurant.