Englewood, FL

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ENGLEWOOD, FL (Pop. 17,700 est. 2016) is so lovely that two counties – Charlotte and Sarasota along Florida’s Gulf Coast – insist on sharing in its beauty.

Englewood’s uncrowded beach is pure and wide and has excellent facilities. Just south, you’ll find Blind Pass Park, a fantastic place for shelling and finding sharks’ teeth. Plenty of golf is available in the area, and the birding is great.

You can try parasailing or rent a jetski. The area fishing also is outstanding and several companies will take you out on their boats. Absolutely embark on an eco-tour of Lemon Bay. You’ll almost certainly see dolphins, manatees, and all kinds of shorebirds and wildlife.

Palm Island and Boca Grande are nearby where you can really get a feel for “old Florida” with their pristine beaches and history.

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