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 ...
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 ...
Blending history, nature and a cosmopolitan vibe, a Fort Myers vacation is the perfect low-cost treat in Florida. Nature lovers should head to Cayo Costa Preserve, Bowman's Beach and Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, while history buffs blaze a trail for the Fort Myers Historical Museum.
Fort Myers' year-round sunshine has made it a popular escape for the wealthy snowbirds (Henry Ford had a home there), but the city has something for every budget -- and CheapTickets knows just where to find it.
This perfect slice of sand and sea can't be missed on your Fort Myers travels. Throw on a bathing suit, go for a stroll and collect shells, and watch the resident dolphins – all in the one amazing place. You can also rent a kayak for decent rates, or visit neighboring Lovers Key State Park to go shelling, swimming, cycling and more.
Fleamasters Fleamarket is dubbed one of the best places to pick up a bargain on your Fort Myers vacation. The mammoth market stocks everything from fresh produce and souvenirs to antiques and jewelry. If you want designer fashions at discount prices, hit Miromar Outlets for Michael Kors, Last Call by Neiman Marcus and more.
Get your science fix at Fort Myers' Imaginarium. A $12 adult entry fee ($8 for kids) will grant you access to hands-on exhibits, including an underwater sea-life tank, 3D shows and live demonstrations.
Discover the endangered Florida manatee in a natural environment at Manatee Park. Learn about the species on a tour, then grab a picnic table or fish on the Orange River. Entry to the park is free, but you can pay a little extra to rent a kayak or canoe. Visit between November and March for the best chance to see the manatees in action.
Keen on history? Why not pay a visit to the Edison and Ford Winter Estates on your Fort Myers vacation for a taste of the 1920s highlife and exhibits showcasing grand "old Florida." Not only can you explore the homes of these iconic Americans, but also a museum, laboratory and gardens. Admission prices are $20 for adults, $11 for kids ages 7-12, and free for tots 6 and under.
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