Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Ft. Myers Beach Vacation Tip: Hit the Beaches!

 The best part of any beach vacation is, of course…the beach!  

If you want a day of peaceful relaxation, just enjoying the soft Gulf breezes, and gentle lapping of the waves…

…you have found “eureka”!  Enjoy miles of tranquil beaches to just soak in the sun and let all your worries drift away.  Fort Myers Beach features seven miles of white sugar sand beaches, stretching the length of Estero Island.

Or, if you want to experience a little more nature and wildlife, take a stroll through the nature trails on the North end of the island.  There are picnic tables and restrooms available.  Hint:  The dolphins love to play at the North end of the island around sunset!

If you’re looking for entertainment and “fun in the sun”, find a nice spot near Times Square and be in the middle of the action.  Enjoy beachfront restaurants, pubs, live music, volleyball, jet skiing, and parasailing.  

Witness breathtaking sunsets every day! The southwest exposure of the beaches allow you to enjoy inspiring sunsets throughout the year.

World’s Safest Beach!

Fort Myers Beach (Estero Island), is also recognized as one of the “World’s safest beaches” due to the gently sloping shoreline. 

These are some of the area beaches close to your Ft Myers Beach vacation rental.  Simply take a short drive or hop on the Beach Trolley and check out these beautiful beaches

Lynn Hall Memorial Park (Times Square)  
Walking distance from your vacation rental property!
Features the fishing & sunset pier, parking, picnic tables, BBQ grills, swings, bath house, restrooms, rentals, volleyball, playground, shopping, dining
950 Estero Blvd

Bunche Beach
Features serene beaches and some parking.
18201 John Morris Road

Bowditch Point Regional Park
Features restrooms, showers, picnics, grills, hiking paths, pavilion
50 Estero Blvd.

Lover’s Key State Park
Whether you are “lovers” or just a lover of serene beaches and nature, this island has been a popular destination for years! In the past, it was a remote, solitary beach, only accessible by boat. Today, it is one of four barrier islands that make up a beautiful State Park.

In addition to the beaches, you may also want to explore the many back bays, estuaries and lush mangrove forests for great boating and spectacular views of wild life!

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