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About Fort Myers Beach

Although small in size, Fort Myers Beach is mighty in its appeal as a favorite beach destination among families, snowbirds and beach-lovers. Located on Florida’s Estero Island, the charming beach town has shores of heaping sugar sand, clear cerulean waters, and miles of wide coastline to enjoy. On your trip, walk to the Gulf of Mexico just steps from your oceanfront vacation rental for excellent sunning, swimming and water sports, reel in a keeper off the coast, or spend time discovering the town’s history. Whether you want your vacation to be action-packed or full of relaxation, Fort Myers Beach won’t disappoint.

Things to do

A recreational playground, Fort Myers Beach has an abundance of activities for vacationers looking to experience Florida’s Gulf Coast. Here are some suggestions:

· Spend a day at the beach: Known for having shallow waters and no undertow, Fort Myers Beach is surrounded by safe beaches for families to frolic at and enjoy the laidback atmosphere. Spend time relaxing or get adventurous and try paddle boarding and parasailing.

· Visit the Fort Myers Beach Fishing Pier: Stretching 560 feet into the Gulf of Mexico, the pier is a popular place for fishing or taking in a gorgeous Floridian sunset.

· Tour the Edison and Ford Winter Estates: Set on 20 acres of land, the estates include several historical buildings, botanical gardens, Edison’s research lab and the Edison Ford Museum. Fort Myers Beach prides itself on these slices of history.  

· Lovers Key State Park: Tour this nearby area by bicycle, or hike one of the many trails. Considered one of the top bird observing sites in Southwest Florida, birders from all over the world come to see the numerous species that inhabit the island. Kayak rentals offer the potential for an up close encounter with bottlenose dolphins of manatees at the park.    
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· Ostego Bay Marine Science Center: Here, the whole family will be entertained with educational interactive displays and aquarium exhibits of marine life. Catch a glimpse of animals seldom seen by vacationers, and visit during feeding time when reclusive creatures emerge to eat.

Shopping

Fort Myers Beach is home to an entertaining southern version of New York City’s Times Square, where street musicians, trendy boutiques, bars and restaurants await the crowds. Considered the heart of Estero Island’s ...

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Top 10 Activities in Fort Myers

Top 10 Activities in Fort Myers
With plenty of natural, beach, and family fun destinations, Fort Myers is one of the top vacation destinations in Southwest Florida. Read on for the top 10 activities in Fort Myers.
 

Bowman’s Beach

The most popular beach in Fort Myers, Bowman’s Beach, is a must-see during any trip to the city. Swim, search for shells, and take in views of the beautiful Gulf of Mexico from this picturesque spot. There’s no admission fee, but parking costs $3 per hour.
 

Edison and Ford Winter Estates

History buffs won’t want to miss a visit to the winter homes of inventor Thomas Edison and industrialist Henry Ford. The site features 20 acres of gardens and buildings, along with a museum and the Edison Botanic Research Lab. Tours cost anywhere from $12 to $30.
 

Imaginarium Science Center

A perfect place to take the kids, rain or shine, is the Imaginarium. It has fun and interactive exhibits, including a dinosaur dig with real fossils, an animal lab with ...

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Three Day Itinerary: Fort Myers

Three Day Itinerary: Fort Myers
With beautiful beaches and unique wildlife, it's easy to see why Fort Myers ranks high as a vacation destination. Its rich history is evident everywhere, from the royal palm trees along McGregor Boulevard that Thomas Edison brought from Cuba to the Seminole Chickee Hut in Manatee Park. Take a few days and soak in the delights of Fort Myers yourself.
 

Day 1: Sand and Surf

It's nearly impossible to resist the allure of the soft white sands and salty sea breeze at Fort Myers Beach. Slather on the sunscreen, and spend the day enjoying this destination's coastal pleasures. After a lazy morning lounging on the beach, head to the Smokin' Oyster Brewery for fresh seafood such as steamed oysters, clams, mussels, and garlic crabs.

Spend the afternoon on the water with one of the many local charter companies. Whether you're interested in fishing, shelling, or dolphin watching, you'll find a trip that caters to your needs. Wind down the day at the Fort ...

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