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Fishermen's Village, Punta Gorda
(4.1/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
Designed as a replica of a traditional fishing community, Fishermen's Village features shops, restaurants, lodging, and marine entertainment. Nestled among river inlets, barrier islands, and back-bay preserves, the area provides numerous photography and sightseeing opportunities. Drop by the wooden waterfront shops and browse for gifts, home decor, clothes, and hobby items. Dine at gourmet restaurants that prepare prime seafood, steaks, and treats, or have a quick bite in a casual village ambiance. You can get out on the water with activities like boating, cruising, fishing, and jet-skiing at the marina, or reserve a guided tour of the area. Fishermen's Village is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Punta Gorda Edition.
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  • Had some nice stores but not as big as I thought it would be. Good for quick purchases or things to bring home to remember the trip 
  • This place is cute and helped fill an empty evening. Very touristy. Shopping is not really my thing, but if it's yours you may like this place. 
  • Had a great afternoon recently at Fishermen's Village. It is a very nice place to visit and is right on the water. There are good restaurants and interesting shops of all kinds to check out. Definitel...  more »
  • View was absolutely amazing, food was delicious, minus the hair on the shrimp, but it happens and our waitress Lisa Marie replaced it. Took a friend for his birthday she brought out a cupcake and sang happy birthday to him. He's been in the states for 5 years and it was the first time in those 5 years he's had been taken out to dinner and sang to. She was an excellent server and would definitely go back.
  • It's a great place to go to relax. My wife and I took a leisurely stroll through the mall looking in the windows of the great little shops. We stopped for lunch at Scotty's Brewhouse, a new restaurant in the mall. The food and service was very good and the view of the harbor was beautiful. On the way back to our car, my wife stopped in one of the boutique shops to buy a blouse she saw in the window as we walked by earlier. The women in the shop were friendly and helpful. We then stopped at the Good Ole Times coffee and ice cream shop for refreshments. As with everywhere else in Fishermen's Village, we found friendly service. All in all, the Village is a relaxing way to spend a few hours in Punta Gorda.
  • Great place to shop for nik-nacks. Good view of the sunset. You can pick up cruises and fishing charters.
  • I always get my hair done at Charles of the Village. I find their work both modern and professional. The stylists are always friendly. I highly recommend them frequently.
  • Always a good day here, shopping, browsing, eating! O and the "Best Realtor around! Deb Sestilio Coldwell Banker Sunstar