The Fort Myers area beaches are only minutes from the Southwest Florida International Airport, where visitors arrive from all over the world to experience the great weather, beaches, shopping, culture, and the overall beauty of the region.

The Caloosahatchee River, part of the Intracoastal Waterway, flows through Lee County offering many recreational opportunities as well as fabulous waterfront properties. You can travel by boat from the Gulf of Mexico across Florida to the Atlantic Ocean.

Shopping malls, outlet shops, and "super stores" are in abundance.

Natural wonders and wildlife include playful dolphins, mild-mannered manatees, many ecological parks and miles of sandy beaches, seashell treasures, many species of saltwater and freshwater fish, soaring eagles and wading herons... truly paradise!

The weather is, of course, one of our great assets. From rarely-cold January (average temperature 74 degrees) through balmy April and May, hot (yet bearable) August through mid December, you will have endless opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors!

The Fort Myers beaches offer secluded locations, one-of-a-kind nature and non-stop fun for everyone. Take a dip or build sand castles at Fort Myers Beach, experience world-class shelling on Sanibel and Captiva islands, reconnect at Lovers Key State Park or bring your best furry friend to the Bonita Beach dog park.

Visit our community websites for in-depth information about our community governments, things to do, places to go, and a wealth of information about the area.  We are always available to answer your questions or assist you in finding just what you're looking for, so contact us anytime for personal assistance.

Greater Fort Myers
Fort Myers Beach
Sanibel Island
Captiva Island
Bonita Springs
Lee County