This is "The Tarpon Capital of the World" and home to "The Fishingest Bridge in the US." Names earned by reputation for delivering...
Experiencing nature and wildlife happens naturally everywhere on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel. Anhinga and pelicans dive...
Flowing through mangrove tunnels and estuaries, sheltered bays and lush creeks, all 190 miles of the Great Calusa Blueway...
Florida owns a reputation for great golf, and we'd like to think we're part of the reason. Since Donald Ross, one of America's...
Like many other people, the boys of summer spend their spring on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel. The Boston Red Sox...
The Calusa Indians made this land their home thousands of years ago, utilizing the favorable climate and abundant natural resources...
Each of our beaches has a character of its own – a product of what happens when man lets nature run its course. For families...
Thanks to geography and our east-west orientation the gentle waves catch incoming shells of all shapes, varieties and colors...
If vacation isn't therapy enough, you can always indulge in the retail variety. Shopping opportunities run the gamut – colorful galleries...
If they weren't already, foodies are beginning to take note of The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel. For each beach-casual seafood...
Sanibel & Captiva Islands
Travel the causeway to find two islands needing little introduction. Sanibel and Captiva are home to miles of shell-laden beaches and the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge.
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Fort Myers Beach
Up and down Estero Island, you'll find large resorts, quaint island cottages, souvenir shops, restaurants, parks and visitors from all over the world enjoying a little Old Florida charm.
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Fort Myers might be the hub of Southwest Florida, but it exudes a smaller town's charm within its restaurants, galleries and historically preserved Spanish Colonial center.
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North Fort Myers
On the north bank of the Caloosahatchee River, North Fort Myers sits calmly in between popular beach and island access points and some of Lee County's inland historical treasures.
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Celebrate the arts and Calusa Indian heritage as you walk the sleepy streets of Matlacha, or enjoy the waterfront fringed with mangroves growing along Pine Island Sound.
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Bonita Springs & Estero
Stroll Bonita Springs and Estero's parks on elevated boardwalks as you immerse yourself in the area's bountiful history and collection of wildlife.
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What began as a loose collection of ranches and logging and fishing communities is now Lee County's biggest city with an equally impressive cultural calendar.
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Boca Grande & Outer Islands
These islands are all inhabited, but each has a curious way of making visitors feel like they're discovering something entirely new.
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Built as the first retirement community in Florida after World War II, Lehigh Acres offers an impressive amount of preserved land and park space.
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