Join InterNations

The world's largest expat community

Looking for Expats in Cape Coral?

  • Connect with fellow expats in Cape Coral

  • Join exciting events and groups for expats

  • Get information in our expat guides

  • Exchange tips about expat life in the USA

  • Brian Norris

    When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events.

Living in Cape Coral

Affectionately known as “Waterfront Wonderland”, Cape Coral in Florida has with over 400 miles stretching around the city the largest network of canals in the world. The city was founded in 1957 by real-estate developer brothers, Leonard and Jack Rosen. Its population has since grown enormously, including expats relocating from around the world. As of 2010, it was the eleventh most populous city in Florida, with 60% of people living in Cape Coral being of working age. Many of the city’s attractions are based around the waterfront and canals, with sandy beaches and a number of yachting and watersport venues, it is popular with anglers and boating enthusiasts. As well as boasting 30 recreational parks, seven golf courses and an expansive water park, the city is also home to a host of wildlife species, from gopher tortoises, raptors and dolphins, to the largest population of burrowing owls in Florida. The city has received significant recognition as one of the most pleasant areas to live in, including having previously been rated 6th Best Place to Live out of 300 metro areas in the United States, by Money Magazine. Good air quality, good schools, short commutes and generally high standard of living were all highlighted as important factors earning the city this recognition. It is hardly surprising then that the city has also attracted expatriates from around the world, particularly Europe, although expat numbers are not as high as in some other areas of Florida.

An amazing community is waiting for you!

Meet internacional people at local events

Socialize, enjoy hobbies, and make friends

Get info, and feel at home abroad!

Moving to Cape Coral

Temperatures in Cape Coral vary significantly during the year. The average low temperature in January is 54°F (12° C), with average highs of 92° F (33° C) in summer months. If you’re considering moving to Cape Coral, it’s worth noting that the summer months, and August in particular, are the wettest period of the year. But moving abroad is not all about getting to a warmer climate. The Expat Magazine, published by InterNations, is a great source of information if you want to find out more about working or living abroad. The magazine features articles on important considerations such as visas, insurance, travel and finance, as well lifestyle articles helping you adapt to life in a different country. Members of InterNations can also socialize with other expats in Cape Coral or from all over the globe, using the forums and discussion groups.

Working in Cape Coral

Much of the economy in Cape Coral is based on local government services, particularly healthcare provision and education. Retail and real estate/construction are also significant sectors of the economy. In 2009, Publix Supermarkets and Walmart were the fourth and fifth largest employers in the city. The largest three employers of people working in Cape Coral were the local school network, City Hall and Cape Coral Hospital. The Cape Coral Economic Development Office actively incentivizes business relocation to the city, a fact that every expatriate planning on finding work in Cape Coral will be glad to hear. The local government furthermore has clearly laid out future plans to ensure the city is economically sustainable.

Join Our Exciting Events in Cape Coral

Attend our monthly events and activities for Cape Coral expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

Let's go to Straz Center watch a free play: "Dementia Man: an Existential Journey". Get the info about the play and your free tickets in the link below:
Come spend the afternoon into evening, poolside, just a few steps from the beach. You'll get an afterwork drink as part of your admission fee *from 5-7pm*. Here, you can network, socialize, take i
May 23, 2024, 12:00 AM
22 attendees
The Mongolian children of the diaspora in America will present a remarkable concert showcasing traditional Mongolian culture. 30 students from the Anura Music studio will participate in the concert, a
May 23, 2024, 4:00 AM
4 attendees
Our dear amigo and member Arturo recommends this fun Venezuelan band. Join us for a great live music show. Artist description: "In the ever-evolving landscape of reggae and Latin music, Rawayana sta

Want to see all the upcoming events in Cape Coral?

Connect with Like-Minded Expatriates in Cape Coral

  • Community Member
    From Finland, living in Barcelona
  • Community Member
    From United Kingdom, living in Sofia
  • Community Member
    From Turkey, living in San Diego
  • Community Member
    From Spain, living in Washington, D.C.
  • Community Member
    From Ireland, living in Barcelona
  • Community Member
    From Brazil, living in Orlando
  • Community Member
    From Australia, living in Barcelona
  • Community Member
    From Austria, living in Orlando
  • Community Member
    From Japan, living in Washington, D.C.
  • Community Member
    From India, living in Tampa Bay

Meet other expats like you in Cape Coral

Our Global Partners

Share your hobbies and interests with expats in Cape Coral

  • Brian Norris

    When first moving to Washington, D.C., I didn't know many people outside of the office. InterNations has changed that with some exciting events.

  • Caroline Stiles

    In such an international city such as Washington, D.C. InterNations holds great events for everyone to network and enjoy themselves.

Our Global Partners