One of the main reasons The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel is a great place to host your group event – other than the shell-strewn beaches, breathtaking sunsets and abundant wildlife – is the area’s convenient location.
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Fort Myers Tours and Transportation
Seeing the sights is a lot easier when you don’t have to navigate.
With Downtown Fort Myers and many of our beaches located mere minutes from Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), getting from A to B is breeze.
Don’t worry; you don’t actually have to “navigate” anything.
When in Southwest Florida, do as the boaters do and explore our shores.
One of the main reasons Fort Myers is a great place to get away – other than the shell-strewn beaches, breathtaking sunsets and abundant wildlife – is the area’s convenient location.
If life is better on two wheels, then it’s simply spectacular when you break out the bicycle in Fort Myers.
Lounging on the beach is certainly a must, but it’s also refreshing to put on your explorer’s hat and venture out of your comfort zone.
There’s nothing like a pleasure cruise along the Caloosahatchee, the Intracoastal, or the Gulf of Mexico to work up an appetite.
There is no better way to explore Fort Myers than on a bicycle seat. With an average of 271 sunny days and the unlikelihood of snow, there is plenty of time to pedal through paradise!
Looking to set sail on a Hobie Catamaran? Check out some of our local rental companies who can get you out on the water in no time.
Imagine waking up to hear the surf against the sandy shore and the rustle of palm leaves above you. Or feeling the morning breeze of the Gulf just steps from your bed.
In Fort Myers, a car isn’t your only option for getting out and around. Find all the ways to explore even on a budget.
Just off the mainland, historic Pine Island and its surrounding islet
There’s no easier way to get on the water than to schedule a cruise. Just sit back and enjoy the view from the deck of a variety of daily outings.
Boca Grande, a tranquil beach community perched on the southern tip of Gasparilla Island, beckons those in search of a little peace and qu
For a place that’s seen its fair share of change over the years, Useppa Island still holds true to its Old Florida roots.
Southwest Florida has been a traveler’s destination for centuries. The beauty of Southwest Florida is all around, all you need to do is open your eyes.
At least half the fun here happens on water, so when you aren’t getting your feet sandy in search of shells or just kicking back under the sun, try getting out on the water and exploring by boat. There’s a lot to do out on the sea.
Get a deeper understanding of Fort Myers and its surrounding areas by exploring its past.
Fort Myers' islands, beaches and neighborhoods offer some of the best viewing spots for sunsets. No matter where you stay, there are breathtaking sunsets to be captured along our shores.