Hotels in Fort Myers Beach
Although Fort Myers Beach is a Florida barrier island; no boundaries exist when it comes to fun. Earning its place among college students in the United States as a spring break destination, Fort Myers Beach also attracts locals and families to its boardwalk and white sandy beaches. Thomas Edison and Henry Ford chose the city as their winter destinations, and today, visitors can easily access their own vacation spot in the sun. For a wildlife experience, Ding Darling Preserve on Sanibel Island lies ten miles from Fort Myers Beach and is easily accessible by car.
Guests arriving at Southwest Regional International Airport (RSW) can rent a car to explore nearby areas. Sanibel and Captiva Island, known for their shells, provide shelling experiences if fishing, boating, kayaking, wind-sailing, saddle boarding and swimming on Fort Myers Beach don’t occupy most of your time. With outdoor cafes and gulf-view dining, activities never seem to cease.
Hints and tips
The Key West Express allows for hassle-free day trips to Key West. Temperatures average in the 70s in the winter. Hotel choices in the area commonly provide beach access and daily entertainment. In addition, annual festivals, such as sand-castle competitions, draw national artists. The annual Fourth of July and New Year’s Eve firework displays always draw crowds.
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