Captiva Condos

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There are 579 Captiva Condominium units scattered throughout 17 different communities, 10 of which are located in the South Seas Resort. Complexes range in size from 5 units in Bay Villas to 160 condominiums in Beach Villas of South Seas Resort. Like Sanibel, Captiva does not have high rises ensuring that our beaches remain pristine and uncrowded.

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Land's End Village

Located at the northern most tip of Captiva Island inside the South Seas Resort, Lands End offers luxury waterfront living for owners and discerning travelers. With a minimum rental period of 5 days, these waterfront condominiums are an attractive winter residence as well as income producing vacation rental investments. Lands End Village has a swimming pool, and tennis court. The property sits on Red Fish Pass with stunning views of San Carlos Bay, the Pass and the Gulf of Mexico as well as the southern tip of Upper Captiva (an island only accessible by boat).

South Seas Resort is a private gated resort offering 2.5 miles of beaches, 9 hole golf course, tennis, full service marina, spa, shops, water sports, kids activities, restaurants, and shops. Captiva Cruises and the Colgate Off-shore Sailing School are also found here.

Learn About the History of South Seas Resort

FUN FACT: Redfish Pass was formed in 1921 when strong hurricane tides carved the channel connecting the waters of Pine Island Sound with the Gulf of Mexico splitting Captiva Island into two islands: Captiva and Upper Captiva Island. Shortly after the pass was formed large amounts of Redfish were caught in the fast moving waters of the pass, and was named Redfish Pass by locals. This is how Redfish Pass was formed and how it got its name.

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