Encircled by more than 2 miles of white-sand beach and aquamarine Gulf of Mexico waters, this 330-acre family resort encompasses a 9-hole golf course and 2 marinas on beautiful Captiva Island.
Nestled on the beach, this Sanibel hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of JN 'Ding' Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Gulfside City Park, and Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife. Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation and Bailey - Matthews Shell Museum are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Nestled on the beach, this Captiva inn is within 1 mi (2 km) of ‘Tween Waters Inn Cottages, McCarthy's Marina, and Captiva Chapel By-The-Sea. Jungle Drums and Jensen’s Marina are also within 1 mi (2 km).
The San Carlos Bay meets Sanibel Harbour at Punta Rassa, a lush private peninsula where this waterfront resort sits on 85 acres, overlooking Sanibel and Captiva Islands.
This value resort in Fort Myers Beach lies 1 block from the Gulf of Mexico, 5 miles from Lover's Key State Park, and 12 miles from Sanibel Captiva Island.
Fronting 1 mile of private beach on beautiful Sanibel Island, this activity-filled resort is within 1 mile of Periwinkle Way restaurants and boutiques.
Set along a Gulf of Mexico beach amid the lush gardens of Sanibel Island, the inn is 3 miles from the Sanibel Lighthouse and 7 miles from the J. N. Darling US Wildlife Refuge; golfing is within 4 miles.
Whether you’re looking for some of the best golf resorts in Florida, plenty of fun museums, or a place to do some fishing, this city has something to offer everyone. Charter a boat tour and experience all the majesty of the Caloosahatchee River or the Gulf of Mexico while you fish for a marlin big enough to make the local fishermen jealous. For a fun and educational trip, check out the Edison & Ford Winter Estates on the northern coast. With plenty of hands-on displays and a guided tour, it’s fun for the whole family. No matter where you explore, there are plenty of Fort Myers hotels and resorts you can return to after a day of sightseeing.
When you visit, you won’t have to scrimp on any delicious food, either. Because of its proximity to the ocean, there’s no shortage of tasty seafood. There are plenty of restaurants with seating directly on the water in the western part of the city, overlooking the Caloosahatchee River. Downtown, you can find cuisines of all nationalities, including Italian, Mexican, American, and of course, Caribbean. After you’ve enjoyed a great meal, walk back to one of the nearby hotels in Fort Myers and relax in your comfortable room. Or, you can take the Cape Coral Bridge and find hotels in Cape Coral, across the river from Fort Myers.
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