An ideal destination for a long Labor Day weekend and away from reality, this Floridian resort town is tucked away in a place called Cape Coral, where the water is the color of a light azure blue, and the warm sandy beaches beg for the vacationer to set his towel and lie down for a minute or two.
The Gulf of Mexico, is surrounded by visitors from all over the world year round, as the weather, especially during Labor Day is still mild and less humid. The restaurants and bistros are open for business and the food is healthy and appetizing. Try some of the local fish dishes with a salad or some risotto rice.
Is it time to go for a stroll? Or should you just lie down and relax on the grass, this lazy Labor Day September afternoon?
Shopping is a must and most fashion retail outlets are open to the public even on a Labor Day Monday, as they realize it’s the unofficial end of the summer and they still need to do some business. Get great deals and shop till you drop!
Take your family to the nearest ice cream parlor and enjoy the different frozen flavors they offer. This Labor Day you can even rent a shuttle to drive you around and show you the local sights including a BMX skate park and playground, an exclusive water-park or a night at the monthly outdoor movies at the Aqua Theater.
During your Labor Day stay, go visit Cape Coral Yacht Basin, where you can go fishing at night, or picnic and BBQ during the day with your family. There are even some great trails and hiking paths spread all over.