Fort Myers is an ideal location to take in the islands of Sanibel and Captiva, which are only a 10 minute drive away. Our houses here are very spacious and there are plenty of local shops and restaurants. The Fort Myers beach springs into life at night with attractions for all the family. Canoeing around the waterways is very popular and the Thomas Edison winter home with its famous tropical gardens is also very close by and well worth a visit. For white sandy beaches, the islands are the place to go for a great day out. Here you will also find some cafes, shops and restaurants where you can watch the pelicans or enjoy a wonderful Floridian sunset.View villas in Fort Myers
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Orlando has evolved into a culinary destination with restaurant options for every taste, offering traditional Burgers, Chicken, Cuban Sandwiches and of course big juicy Steaks in all sizes. For the seafood lovers, why not try, Stone Crab, Rock Shrimps, Gator bites, Conch Fritters, Oysters, Scallops, followed by a large piece of Key Lime Pie, washed down with a glass of freshly squeezed Florida Orange juice, or if you prefer something stronger, one of the many beers, wines and cocktails on offer. You can also find family-fun themed restaurants in Florida, the Orlando area really offers a surprisingly diverse array of gourmet delights, you will never get bored of dining out and you will never be hungry.
Fort Myers has much on offer when the sun goes down, whether you are want to sample some fresh fish whilst overlooking the water, enjoy a quick bite to eat or a few drinks. Head down to the beach and spend a relaxed evening in bustling Time Square, adorned with an array of restaurants, popular bars and shops, often with street entertainers lining the colourful streets. Or if you are looking to spend an evening mixing with locals, explore downtown Fort Myers, and the fantastic selection of restaurants, trendy bars and boutique shops, regularly holding events such as music and art walk, when the atmosphere spills out onto the streets.
Whether you want to explore the beaches, spot dolphins or watch the sunset, there are plenty of boat tour options available from Fort Myers.
JetBlue Park & Lee County Sports Complex Hammond Stadium
For sports fans, there is no better place than in America to catch a game of baseball, with both hosting regular matches.
The largest subtropical wilderness in the USA, the Everglades protects an unparalled landscape, providing important habitat for numerous wildlife, many rare and endangered species, such as the manatee, American crocodile and the Florida panther. Around an hour and a half from Fort Myers, the Everglades is well worth a visit while in the Gulf Coast, with many tour options available, whether you want to make your own way there and explore the park by airboat or swamp buggy, or book one of the many tours on offer.
Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve
With a boardwalk winding through the preserve, a lovely area to walk and to take in fascinating wildlife.
Lakes Regional Park
This beautiful park is a great place to visit for a day out, explore the park by foot, hire a bike or pedalo and canoe, or jump on the miniature train. Ideal for children, there is a choice of play areas, including a popular water playground.
Discover Busch Gardens, the extraordinary 335-acre adventure park, whether you want to ride one of the exhilarating rides or tour one of the beautiful animal habitats. Situated just over a 2 hour drive from Fort Myers, ideal to visit if you are driving from Orlando to Fort Myers, or if you are arriving or departing from Tampa airport.
Sun Splash Waterpark
The largest waterpark in South West Florida, Sun Splash offers over 14 acres of attractions ranging from a lazy river to high speed flumes.
Edison & Ford Winter Estates
The Edison & Ford Winter Estates boasts over 20 acres of botanical gardens, nine historic buildings including Edison’s Botanic Research Laboratory and the Edison Ford Museum which contains an impressive collection of inventions, artifacts and special exhibit galleries. The furnishings and architecture of these gracious, rambling buildings are reminiscent of a bygone era and well worth a visit during your stay.
There are many companies in and around Fort Myers offering guided kayak tours.
Downtown Fort Myers
If you are looking for an evening or day away from the beaches, downtown Fort Myers is a must during your stay. You will find a fantastic selection of restaurants, trendy bars and boutique shops, full of locals, regularly holding events such as music and art walk, when the atmosphere spills out onto the streets.
Tennis courts, Volleyball courts, Ten pin bowling, Go-karting, Bike hire, Cycle route, Fishing, Bird watching, Horse riding
Jet ski, Speed boat, Wind surfing, Parasailing, Pedaloes, Sail boats