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Located two hours due west of Ft. Lauderdale, Fort Myers is perfectly situated on the southwestern coast of Florida. Known for its exquisite sugary sand beaches, vast fishing community, and historic properties, Fort Myers welcomes you to the west coast.
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Fort Myers Beach sits on a seven-mile coastline on Estero Island, which has captivated visitors near and far. Explore the wild surroundings at Lovers Key State Park or try your hand at fishing alongside the manatees. Go parasailing, kayaking, or venture off on a dolphin eco-tour via wave runner, or fishing charter. Hunting for seashells is a favorite family-friendly activity while watching the sunsets over the Gulf are nothing short of extraordinary.
Hop over to the nearby islands of Captiva and Sanibel by way of kayak, SUP, or boat and enjoy the wildlife that calls it their home. Birdwatch amongst the many different species and get face to face with almost every type of fish from tarpon to dolphins.
While visiting Fort Myers, pay a visit to the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford winter estates. Take time to learn about two of the most influential and famed inventors of our time. Discover all of their accomplishments as you tour their neighboring homes built in the late 1800's and early 1900's.
Go aboard a river cruise, stroll through art walk in the downtown River District, and experience the annual Edison Festival of Light (with a parade and science and engineering fair) and the yearly Shrimp Fest held each March.