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Sanibel and Captiva Beaches

The beaches of Sanibel Island are spectacular and unique to Southwest Florida. With an east-west orientation, this barrier island is a world renowned shelling destination. Some beaches feature picnic tables and other amenities, while others remain pristine. Each of the beaches here has its own character, so read on and discover the wonderful beaches on this incredible island.

This secluded white sand beach is nothing short of pristine and quiet. There are no hotels surrounding it, so you feel the serenity of the ocean.

Picnic tables seclusion, and sunshine welcome you, located mid-island on Algiers Lane off Casa Ybel Rd. Mid Island - Don't forget to bring your sunscreen and camera!

A wonderful place to watch the sunset. There are no restroom facilities here and parking is very limited. Located at the end of Captiva Dr.

Great for swimming, fishing, windsurfing and picnicking. Pull your vehicle right to waters edge. There is no fee when you park on the causeway beach.

Go to Fort Myers Beach, enjoy the gigantic white sand beaches and soak up the sun. It offers very peaceful spots with tons of great restaurants and bars along the beach.

Easy parking for recreational vehicles, and a short hike from the parking lot to the beach. Located at the south end of Tarpon Bay Rd. at West Gulf Drive. Mid Island