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Information about the area
Fort Myers
History rich Fort Myers lies on the Caloosahatchee River 15 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico. Also known as the City of Palms, Fort Myers hosts the County's largest event, the Edison Festival of Light, every February.
Cape Coral

Canals divide up one of Florida's finest places to live. Cape Coral is Florida's 2nd largest city in land mass. The  Rose Gardens was how developers lured early buyers to Cape Coral in the early 60's. The Iwo Jima Statue was one of the landmarks in the gardens that thrilled tourists with Waltzing Waters, dolphin and water ski shows. The statue now welcomes visitors at the Midpoint Bridge Entrance to Cape Coral.

The barrier islands
The barrier island at Boca Grande hosts miles of white sand beaches and quaint shops. The lighthouse at Boca Grande was built in 1890. The Boca Grande Harbor was once the loading dock for Florida's phospate mines.
Cayo Costa, Cabbage Key, Useppa and North Captiva.
These islands are still only accessible by boat. Cayo Costa is a state park and can be reached by ferry boat. Rental cabins are available.
Sanibel and Captiva Islands
Famous for the rare and beautiful shells that wash up on the beaches. Sanibel and Captiva host many white sand beaches, J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge and miles of bike trails. Sanibel and Captiva are a vacation destination known the world over.
Estero Island
Home to Fort Myers Beach. Seven Miles of beach dotted with resorts, motels, restaurants and shops. Known as the world's safest beach. There is a public fishing pier.
Lovers Key
Between Fort Myers Beach and Bonita Beach is the Lovers Key State Recreation Area.  A quick and interesting tram ride transports you across Oyster Bay to the beach.