"world class golfing"

is one of the small, delightful communities located on the Cape Haze Peninsula in Charlotte County in the south Gulf Coast of Florida. This is a tranquil area of unspoiled natural beauty and a rich history. Cape Haze Peninsula is approximately 100 miles south of Tampa, between the cities of Sarasota and Punta Gorda. It rests on the waters of the Myakka River and Lemon Bay. Known for its diversity, the peninsula is not incorporated, and includes the other unique communities of El Jobean, Cape Haze and Englewood. Together these communities make up one of the fastest growing areas of the state, each with its own distinct flavor.
Beautiful white sand beaches provide sunbathing, swimming and beachcombing. Hiking, biking, boating, fishing and other watersports are available in Rotonda, golf and tennis are nearby. You can enjoy canoeing, kayaking, searching for seashells or do nothing except enjoy the exotic sunset over the Gulf of Mexico.

The new and expensive Rotonda Circle is very exceptional with miles of freshwater canals and its special championship golf-courses right in your backyard. House prices go up from year to year and good lots are rare. To buy a lot for less than $100,000 is a steal. And houses go for over $400,000.

When you visit Rotonda, you discover a part of Florida that is off the beaten path - unhurried, unspoiled and uncrowded. This region is often called "the gem of the Suncoast," and when you visit Rotonda on Cape Haze Peninsula, you will discover the reason.