Things to do in Cape Coral
Introducing the first Westin resort in Southwest Florida, The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village, located on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River near Sanibel Island. Cape Coral is the perfect destination for a relaxing, waterfront vacation without ever having to leave the mainland. With year-round sunny weather and over 400 miles of canals, this city in Southwest Florida is a boater's and fisherman's paradise and there is never a shortage of things to do in Cape Coral.
The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village is a full-service resort located in the heart of the Tarpon Point community. Our waterfront location on Tarpon Point Marina offers sweeping water and is central to the most popular Southwest Florida attractions. Just 18 miles from Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), our Cape Coral hotel is ideal for leisure and business travelers alike. Stay at The Westin Cape Coral Resort and enjoy the convenience of being close to the many things to do in Cape Coral.
Tarpon Point Marina
The marina is Lee County's largest clean, deep-water Marina and just a few miles from the best cruising grounds in Florida. The marina offers a variety of nature and sightseeing tours, water taxi to Fort Myers Beach, rentals, boating lessons, and more. Learn More >
Fort Myers Beach
Only 30 minutes away from Fort Myers Beach, The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village is a car ride away from the sun and sand. Take a day trip using our resort water taxi and enjoy a day of fun in the sun for the whole family. Learn More >
Located on the Gulf of Mexico, Sanibel Island is just a 45-minute drive away from The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village. With quaint restaurants and shops spread throughout the island and white sand beaches in every direction, Sanibel makes the perfect day trip. Learn More >
Captiva Island is less than an hour's drive from The Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village. More than 300 species of shells live on the shores of Captiva, making it the perfect place to pick up "shelling" as a new hobby. Learn More >
Nature & Outdoor Activities
Cape Coral is the perfect getaway for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Rent a kayak and explore over 400 miles of navigable waterways, visit stunning nature preserves and wildlife refuges or simply take some time to soak in the great outdoors. Learn More >
Arts & Culture
From museums like the Cape Coral Historical Museum or the Immaginarium Museum to concerts and peformances at the Broadway Palm Theatre or Barbara Mann Performing Arts Hall, Cape Coral has plenty of arts and cultural activities to choose from. Learn More >
Cape Coral is home to a number of shopping options to suite all tastes and budgets, whether you're looking to spend the day at the Florida outlets or just do some light shopping during your vacation. Learn More >