Fishermen's Village, Punta Gorda

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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. Work out when and for how long to visit Fishermen's Village and other Punta Gorda attractions using our handy Punta Gorda trip planner .
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  • When you sail on the King Fisher Cruise don't forget to spend some time at the Fisherman's village. It is a very nice collection of shops and restaurants where you can pick up some very nice items to ...  more »
  • Great shopping area on the water ... all price ranges and something for all ages. The toy shop (Laugh Aloud) is a fun place to visit. Had some aviation people with us and they enjoyed the military mus...  more »
  • Lots of restaurants and shops, with ample free parking. Right on the water. They have done a great job with repurposing this old building for modern use.  more »
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  • Regarding the Village Fish Market, Good food and service minus the less than pleasant hostess. She failed to enter us into the computerized system for tracking dinner parties. She corrected it by seating us immediately but was rude in the process. Regardless, the food was delicious and fresh. Recommend the seafood casserole and the bronzed mahi. Bartenders and waitress were pleasant and efficient. View would have been amazing on a sunny day.
  • The last time we visited Fisherman's Village, quite a few of the stores were vacant and there wasn't much activity. It was good to see so many people there in fact the parking was full all the way out to the road. I Ot seems like all the stores are open for business & even though they're not exactly high-end they are fun vacation kind of shopping places. It's a long walk from one end to the other so wear comfortable shoes but there are so many restaurant options and different things to look at it's a fun walk. And being on the water between the waterway & the marina, the scenery is great.
  • We had dinner at Harpoon Harry's. Great atmosphere, great food. We had the fish and coconut shrimp basket with Cole slaw and fries. Live band as it was a Friday night. All in all, a great dinner and reasonable prices. Live the shops there. Everything from nautical to clothes and a sweet shop.
  • Fishermen's Village is always a great place to go to find fun, stylish, unique or just really touristy stuff from games, toys, and clothes to jewelry, upscale clothing and shoes. You can find some unique pieces of art from local artists and boutique shops with beautiful outfits to the Naples Soap Company. Top your day off with lunch or dinner in one of the restaurants or grab an ice cream or fudge or pastry from one of the specialty shops. You can even sign up for and enjoy one of the various cruises offered for romantic sunset dinners or fun day cruises. Anyway you choose to visit, it's a fun time!
  • Classy shopping area with chic and quaint stores as well as great restaurants. We went to The Captain's Table for lunch - delicious food, generous portions at reasonable prices with a beautiful view of the water. Our waiter, Richard, was witty, efficient and very helpful. Very popular so make a reservation.
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