Punta Gorda In addition to its beautifully restored historic district, Punta Gorda offers many natural attractions, waterside shopping and leisurely strolls along the Harborwalk and at Fishermen's Village on Charlotte Harbor. Easily reached by I-75 along Florida’s south-central Gulf Coast, Punta Gorda features streets lined with huge royal palms, old Florida-era tin-roofed homes with wide verandas, brick lanes, and street lamps and benches that leave an almost tangible old-Florida atmosphere. Near the historic district of Punta Gorda, you will find Fishermen's Village. This unique waterfront destination includes gift, clothing, and specialty shops, several restaurants, and a 98-slip marina.
Punta Gorda Isles is a waterfront community with over 45 miles of wide, saltwater canals providing easy boating access to Charlotte Harbor, Peace River and Gulf of Mexico. Translated, Punta Gorda means 'fat point', which is a perfect description of this small town, that protrudes out into the water where Charlotte Harbor and the Peace River meet . Punta Gorda Isles line the canals or the green links of St. Andrews Golf Course. Almost every home has waterfront access which makes this a boater's paradise. Home styles range from waterfront estates to single-family homes to maintenance-free condos and villas.
Burnt Store Isles is a deed restricted waterfront and golf community with 9 miles of saltwater canals providing easy boating access to Charlotte Harbor, Peace River and the Gulf of Mexico. This planned community located 5 miles south of Downtown Punta Gorda offers single family homes, villas, townhomes and condominiums, most of which are located either on saltwater canals or surrounding the Twin Isles Golf Course.
Burnt Store Marina is every boater’s dream. Located on beautiful Charlotte Harbor, ranked one of the top ten places to sail by Sail magazine, the basin is just 10 miles to the Gulf of Mexico.
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