The perfect Florida beach town and the hub of Lee County Fort Myers, Florida sits snuggly on the Caloosahatchie River, on the western side of the Florida panhandle, bathed in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
The summer home of the Boston Red Sox, Fort Myers is popular all year round for its warm climate, beautiful beaches, fishing, golf and designer shopping outlets. Fort Myers is a world away from bustling Miami or the commercial Disney World.
Things to do in Fort Myers
Fort Myers beach is a showcase of the natural world in Florida, with large stretches of undisturbed coastline. The inland waterways of Hickey’s Creek Haven includes great canoeing opportunities and some five miles of hiking trails. Tarpon Bay is known for its array of birds and wildlife, while the 2.5 acre beachfront park features a boardwalk and swimming area.
When to go to Fort Myers
Fort Myers enjoys summer highs of 33.2°C in June and July with lows in winter of 11.9°C.
Fort Myers Hotels
Renting a villa is a popular choice in Florida. Fort Myers Area Homes are set in manicured surroundings and include a pool with spacious rooms with maximum occupancy of eight people. All villas have an attractive master bedroom with en suite and come fully equipped.
Touring in Fort Myers:
Self-drive tours such as Self-Drive Fantastic Florida are the perfect way to explore the countryside and surrounding towns of Fort Myers, as well as giving you the freedom to explore the state from Jacksonville in the north to the Keys in the south.
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