This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$800 - $1,500 per week 7 night min stay
$595 - $795 per week 7 night min stay
€550 - €600 per week - EUR 7 night min stay
$60 - $93 per night 14-30 night min stay
$2,400 per month 28 night min stay
El Jobean Travel Tips
Enjoy Your Getaway at El Jobean Vacation Rentals
El Jobean, Florida is packed with activities for water and fishing enthusiasts as well as for vacationers simply looking for a pristine getaway. This destination is situated on the water near Port Charlotte. If you have not yet decided where you will be staying during your vacation, keep in mind that there are some great El Jobean vacation rentals to chose from that include wonderful amenities to make your vacation as stress-free as possible.
Enjoy the Scenery Surrounding El Jobean Vacation Rentals
A fun option near many El Jobean vacation rentals is the opportunity to take a kayaking trip. There are some beautiful bays such as Tippecanoe Bay close by that provide stunning scenery and wildlife viewing. If you do not have your own kayak, you can rent one from a local shop such as It's Time Kayak and Canoe. If you are a fishing enthusiast, El Jobean vacation rentals are a great choice because you can choose a rental right on the water. Some El Jobean condos even offer private piers where you can fish to your heart's content. If you want to venture a little further from the shore, you can head out in your own boat or rent one from one.
Visiting State Parks by El Jobean Vacation Rentals
When you stay at El Jobean vacation rentals, you also have access to the nearby pristine state parks. One such park is the Charlotte Harbor Preserve State Park. Whether you prefer to kayak, canoe, or hike, you have many options on how you want to navigate through the parks. South West waterfront rentals put you close to the beautiful parts of nature that you've come to this part of Florida to enjoy. When visiting the area's parks, be sure to take binoculars for bird watching and, of course, a camera.