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Explore the beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel

Florida attracts millions of tourists each year to the warm sunny days and its beautiful beaches. Nothing could be truer when it comes to the beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel. This part of Florida is world-renowned for its natural white sand beaches, crystal clear water and beautiful islands.

Tamiami Trail, carried by the Edison Bridge over the Caloosahatchee River in Fort Myers, Florida
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Visitors are treated to charter boat excursions to the islands to explore the beauty and tranquility they bring to the region. After a day of exploring and sightseeing, visitors can relax and enjoy fine cuisine at some of the area's distinctive restaurants and browsing the boho galleries.

The area is home to some outstanding art galleries that can be found on Matlacha and Pine Island. Other attractions worth visiting are the Boca Grande and the Sanibel Lighthouse.

Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, two of America's top pioneers have winter residences here. Visitors can tour their properties that include tropical gardens, laboratories and museums.

On any given day, dolphins and manatees can be spotted on the warm Gulf waters. Nature and bird lovers will find the area to be filled with an abundance of wildlife.

The Darling National Wildlife Refuge located on Sanibel Island is home to over 300 varieties of migratory birds. It is the largest undeveloped mangrove ecosystem in the United States.

Hikers will enjoy the Six Mile Cypress Slough trail where a variety of flora and fauna can be viewed. A number of blue herons, anhinga and alligators thrive in this type of natural environment.

Visitors will find Fort Myers and Sanibel to be a vacationer’s paradise. From unspoiled beaches, beautiful landscapes and natural habitats, makes it one of the main reasons why visitors come back year after year.

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