Water + wonder

On the shores of one of Florida’s healthiest estuaries (protected since 1966), The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Estero Bay offer a rare blend of curated living, unspoiled nature and community. Here, within the new coastal village of Saltleaf on Estero Bay, miles of neighborhood trails will lead you to all kinds of gathering places. And a little further beyond, you’ll find more to explore in Southwest Florida.

Southwest Florida Adventure Awaits You
A starter kit of all your new (and nearby) favorite places.
Meet your new

Is it a golf course or a nature preserve? Well, yes. This new championship golf course quietly weaves in and out of Saltleaf’s lush, 144-acre nature preserve. Where the only homes you’ll see belong to hawks, osprey, deer and other wildlife. Saltleaf Golf Preserve is bringing a whole new level of golf to Southwest Florida. With challenge, yes, but the fun of a family-friendly short course too.

Now Open for Play

Grab your paddleboard, kayak … or sportboat. With boat slips for both residents and the public, Saltleaf Marina will invite everyone to come take a day trip to a nearby island, reel in a hefty red grouper, or just sit back and relax on a sunset cruise. The marina’s chef-driven restaurant provides yet another option: terrace dining with a side of crisp salt air.

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The Marina Next Door

Compare and contrast their magic: Sanibel beachcombing vs. Captiva dining. Go!


Southwest Florida beaches are renowned for their gentle waves and silky white sands. Nearby Barefoot Beach is among the US Top 10.

World Famous Beaches

Stroll the Bonita Springs boutiques, galleries and farmers market. Dance with your kids at a concert in the park.

Small Town Charm

That’s the local nickname for Artis-Naples, home of the Philharmonic, art exhibits, ballet and more.

Performances at the Phil

Shop, dine, repeat as you walk the palm-lined avenues of two world-class shopping districts.

Day Trip to Naples

Explore this 712-acre treasure of beachy beauty, along with hiking and biking trails that wind through rare wildlife habitat.



Nature's hold on Estero Bay

Venture into the waters of this nearby estuary and you’ll see why it’s considered one of Florida’s healthiest — from the circling egrets to the redfish they hunt, hidden beneath thickets of mangroves. These beautiful trees clean the air, protect our coast, and hold centuries of indigenous history. It’s an honor and joy to be a respectful and supportive neighbor of Estero Bay, Florida’s very first aquatic preserve.