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Gulf Harbour

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A goal of many travellers is to experience the tropical paradise that is found in Gulf Harbour in Southwest Florida.  This is one of the few areas in the United States that is considered to be the place to be.  Many are sold on the sunny weather that is present almost all year round. Of course, there are a variety of recreation and entertainment sites to satisfy every whim.

For those that have stayed in the area for a short vacation, there is always a promise to come back for more.  Others are able to decide that if they can afford a second home, then Gulf Harbour will be the ideal choice. Due to the high demand of wishing to experience this enchanting place first-hand, it is not difficult to find vacationers to get the place rented out. Think about the property as an investment, but at the same time, a place for you and yours to enjoy.

Why Live In Gulf Harbour?

Located in the McGregor Boulevard, north of Iona Road and south of Cypress Drive, Gulf Harbour is situated at the heart of Florida’s prime properties.  All lifestyles are accommodated in this community that allows everyone to fit in no matter the preference.  With 547 acres and an area facing the Calosahatchee River one can always find something to do anytime of the day.  No one will ever get bored residing in this gulf community with so much to explore or just simply basking in the natural beauty where the home is situated.

Nearby are a variety of attractions to make sure that you stay connected with Mother Nature amidst the modern life.  There is Sanibel Island, Captiva Island and Pine Island to experience sun, sea and surf.  Sanibel Island is famous for their eye-catching seashells and a more relaxed atmosphere to stroll the beach.  Captiva Island is a more remote place to have fun with your loved one on a lazy afternoon or a family outing on the sand and water. Do not forget to witness the amazing sunsets here, as it is what makes the island famous. A boat is required to access Captiva Island.

Pine Island is the perfect island to have an adventure with family and friends.  Water sports are plentiful here as the area boasts more mangrove forests rather than beaches. Don't fret though, as there are spots of white-sand beaches to soak up the Southwest Florida sunshine. What is good about the island is that building restrictions are imposed to preserve the rural atmosphere of the community, allowing future generations to enjoy the area in its natural beauty.

With easy access to the water at Gulf Harbour, it is natural to see dolphins, manatees and other water creatures.  Cape Coral is next door that also offers a lot of coves, creeks, and beaches for the avid outdoorsmen. This is just the beginning of what living or renting in Gulf Harbour can provide for you.

Gulf Harbour Neighborhoods

There are 18 neighborhoods in the Gulf Harbour community offering various housing styles from condominiums, high-rises, coach homes, single-family homes and luxury homes. The neighborhoods found here are Admirals Isle, Bellavista, Coronado, Crescent Cove, Edgewater, Grande Cay, Harbour Landings, Harbour Links, Long Pong Village, Mariposa, Osprey Landing, Osprey Point, Palmas del Sol, The Paramount, Rivers Edge, Seaside Estates, Shores and Tamarind Cay.

Single-family homes are found in the Admiral’s Isle neighborhood that displays Mediterranean flair in each home.  Many want to reside here because of its seclusion and spectacular views of the Gulf. Seaside Estates also have single-family homes. Bellavista residents live in mid-rise condos that have golf and water views.  Crescent Cove has villa homes.  High-rise condos can be seen at the Palmas del Sol, The Shores and The Paramount.  Coach Homes are found in Coronado, Grande Cay and Tamarind Cay. Edgewater is one of the more luxurious neighborhoods of the Gulf Harbour real estate properties and offer custom single-family homes.  It is in this neighborhood that Longwater Chase Court is found with glamorous estates for the more opulent homeowners and vacationers.

Gulf Harbor Amenities

As a modern community, Gulf Harbour has all the sought-after amenities that residents and vacationers look for. With many people getting more conscious of their health, state of the art fitness equipment is available for all. The highly acclaimed fitness program of Gulf Harbour is an 8,000 square foot facility. Full time certified fitness training personnel guide members while using the Life Fitness cardio and weight equipment.  A variety of classes to choose from caters to the exercise routines of all residents.  These include yoga, tai chi, bootcamp, water aerobics, and rumba. 

Adding to the relaxing atmosphere, the pool overlooking the marina is ready to service swimmers.  And if you simply want to rejuvenate yourself after a long day, spa services are part of the amenities of the Gulf Harbour community.  Spa services to select from are facial massages, body massages, as well as hand and foot treatments. These spa services are administered by trained professionals.

Gulf Harbour Tennis

The tennis program at Gulf Harbour Yacht & Country Club is one that competes well with other communities in the area. Eight lighted and carefully maintained Hydro-Grid (clay) courts are available, two of which offer stunning views of the Caloosahatchee River and community lakes. Covered bleacher areas are available for spectating. Members and their guests may also take advantage of the upgraded showers, steam rooms, and saunas. Gulf Harbour Yacht & Country Club has over three hundred tennis members, and over twenty men's and women's leagues. Weekly programs are available such as men's and women's play, and mixed doubles play. Several tournaments and banquets throughout the year also ensure that Gulf Harbour Yacht & Country Club is one of the most active tennis communities in the area. Three USPTA certified tennis professionals provide programs and extensive instruction for members as well.

Gulf Harbour Boating

Aside from the beach and tropical atmosphere in the Southwest Florida, this is one place where boating is a common form of transportation or hobby. Boating enthusiasts will surely be delighted by what Gulf Harbour has to offer. The community has its own Gulf Harbour Marina that can accommodate yachts up to 100 feet in length with 186 wet slips. The marina, which is weather protected, features televisions, telephones, gas and diesel fuel, slip side electricity, and a ship’s store. The best part about the Gulf Harbour Marina is the deep water access of the wet slips to the Gulf of Mexico and Intercoastal Waterway.

Gulf Harbour Golfing

An 18-hole championship golf course, designed by the famous designer Chip Powell, is provided for golf enthusiasts at Gulf Harbour Country Club.  The golf course plays 6,700 yards with beautifully landscaped fairways, and elegant emerald greens, receiving invigorating breezes from the Intercoastal Waterway. The golf course offers tropical landscaping and warm breezes that blow from the Caloosahatchee River. Each hole is unique and challenging in its own way, but the course offers player-friendly opportunities for golfers of all skill levels. The pro shop is fully stocked so you can be sure to find whatever type of equipment or apparel you are seeking. PGA professionals are on staff, offer lessons, and assist in selecting the right type of clubs for you and your style of play. Numerous activities are offered to promote the golf program at Gulf Harbour Yacht & Country Club. The featured “Niners & Diners” program is for women who are looking to learn the game in a non-competitive setting.


Gulf Harbour is the ultimate residential and vacation destination in Southwest Florida. Just within the community, there is so much to do and enjoy.  From the awe-inspiring beauty of the natural surroundings, to the numerous water activities, you will have that feeling of always being on vacation, but have the luxury of actually living there. Shops, entertainment and recreation spots are a stone's throw away to satisfy the need to go out and enjoy a night on the town.  With all of this and more, it is no surprise that Gulf Harbour is one of the more sought-after, upscale communities in Southwest Florida.