If our white sand is an untouched canvas, our scenery is a painter’s palette – generously filled with sunset reds, pinks, oranges and purples on top of Gulf blues and shoreline greens.
And, much like a painting, The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel offer views so romantic – you’ll hardly believe they’re real. But perhaps these 10 images will convince you that seaside passion awaits in places that really exist.
Before dinner and drinks in Times Square, stroll across the street and onto the pier.
You’ll feel like the only couple on the island, surrounded by lush foliage and white sands.
A footbridge leads you to one of the most secluded spots on Sanibel Island.
With some areas only accessible by boat, Boca Grande is filled with Old Florida beauty – like this old shipping pier.
The truth is truly in the name when it comes to “Pretty” Beach, where tranquil evenings are framed by coconut palms and sugar sands.
Accessible only by ferry, private boat or small plane, this island is about as secluded as it gets.
Here, you won’t find cars or paved roads, but you will undoubtedly find romance in a historic cottage among the Banyan trees.
With sand this soft, you can’t help but kick off your shoes. And leave them off all weekend long.
A haven for bottlenose dolphins, bald eagles and romantics seeking a peaceful place to unwind.
A little sea salt and a warm Gulf breeze do wonders for your hair – and for your happiness.
Once you feel inspired, start planning your own trip for two – whether you explore our romantic itinerary ideas together or surprise your significant other with a couples’ getaway.
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