Vacation Rentals in Fort Myers
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Vacation rentals in Fort Myers
Whether you love ocean views, water sports, going to the beach as a family, or exploring the sights of the city, Fort Myers, in southwest Florida, has what you're looking for. You will find charming vacation rental with incredible beaches in front of your window or with a spectacular city just outside the door: from Blind Pass Beach to Bowman's beach; or from Henry Ford's residence to Thomas Edison's you can find adorable rentals. Plus, you will be close to the best tourist attractions in the entire city.Cozy rentals with all needs
When you are looking for the perfect place to spend your vacation, whether you are with family, friends or your partner, in Fort Myers you will find amazing rentals with a wide variety of designs and amenities. Some with short, beachy styles and others much more luxurious and modern. You will be able to find rentals for two people, ideal for traveling and couples, to luxurious accommodations with built-in kitchens, updated furniture, large gardens with a swimming pool and even a Jacuzzi.
Vacations in Fort Myers
The area and getting around
The centre of the city of Fort Myers spans a wide and beautiful territory that is centred around the River District; The old town is of Spanish colonial design and crosses the Caloosahatchee river with McGregor Boulevard until it empties into the sea, making it a perfect place to take family walks and enjoy the atmosphere and the view of the palm trees. In addition, this central area has a lively dynamic of theatrical artistic events, which makes it an excellent place to be visited by lovers of culture and, if that were not enough, it is a place with a lot of dynamics for water sports.Dream Island Outskirts
The westernmost island territory of downtown Fort Myers is Sanibel Island, which itself represents some of the best tourism Florida has to offer. At the northern end of this beautiful island is Blind Pass Beach, a place famous for the huge number of shells, the beautiful view and it is usually a good fishing spot; In the eastern part of the island is JN "Ding" darling National Wildlife Refuge, which is a reserve of wild mangroves where you can take magical walks surrounded by fluvial and anomalous areas in their natural habitat such as alligators and all kinds of birds; and in the western part you will find Bowman's Beach which is a place that offers a soft breeze, white sands and an environment so preserved that it gives the impression of being on a virgin beach, it is ideal to spend a sunny day with the family.
Travellers and activities
Are you ready to witness one of the best sunsets in the Gulf of Mexico? At Turner Beach every afternoon it offers a chromatic range that is not to be forgotten. The immense amount of colours is capable of making sublime feelings bloom just by looking at it, come to this wonderful beach and contemplate the show from the shore or increase the level and enjoy the view from one of the bars or restaurants arranged towards the sunset.Fort Myers for fishing lovers
Boca Grande is known as "the world capital of shad fishing" since every year, from March to June, the coast of this beautiful beach, It is flooded with fishermen from all over the world who come to the place in search of sailfish and tarpon, one of the largest sport fishing fish in the world. If you are passionate about sport fishing this is the right place to catch a great tarpon.
Thomas Alba Edison, the inventor of direct current, and Henry Ford, the inventor of the internal combustion engine, had winter residences in Fort Myers and were adjacent neighbors.
Top 5 travel tips in Fort Myers
Grab your gear, your canoe or your kayak, and explore one of the largest and best-built canal networks in the United States while navigating the same canals used by the Calusa Indians. Great Calusa Blueway is a place where you can also enjoy the sensation of witnessing 300 km of crystal clear waters.2. Visit Edison & Ford Winter Estates
Travel back in time and discover the place where two of America's most productive inventors used to spend their winters. The houses in which they were neighbors are still preserved and function as a kind of museum where you can even take guided tours to learn more about these characters.3. Get a ball signed by an MLB star
Terry Park Ball Field is one of the largest baseball stadiums in the United States and has seen many sports stars as it becomes the home of the Minnesota Twins in the spring, so if you go to see a game spring you could get a signed ball from a team star.4. Know all the types of seashells in the Gulf of Mexico
Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum is a cozy and charming place where you will be able to know precisely, after a wonderful guided tour, everything about shells, their types, their life cycle, their diet and even their reproduction, you will be able to recognize them and to speak fluently of them. In addition, in the museum you will also be able to know about the Calusa Indians who used the shells as tools or objects to make tools.5. Discover in depth the life of the Calusa Indians
Randell Research Center & Calusa Heritage Trail is an amazing naturalist center and without a doubt the best place to get an in-depth look at the life of the Calusa Indians. It is located in an old Calusa village from which you can see vestiges of its vital dynamics such as sand funerary mounds or ritual pyramids of shells.