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Holidays in Fort Myers are all about quiet beaches, splendid sunsets, swaying palms and great hotels. Sitting pretty on the southwest of Florida's sunny Gulf Coast, this happy holiday destination is where you can soak up the sun on amazing beaches, shop till you drop at one of the gigantic malls or explore the abundant nature and wildlife.

 

Away from the hustle and bustle of Orlando's major resorts, Fort Myers feels like a secret gem on the Gulf of Mexico and the long sandy beaches are a real bonus. Add an amazing year-round climate and it’s easy to see how Fort Myers holidays tick all the boxes. A trip to the scenic Sanibel island’s beach is the perfect way to unwind, where you can soak in the sunshine and paddle in the sea, or up the tempo at Cayo Costa where you'll be met by a flurry of watersports stretching across the 9-mile sands, and backed by a lush memorial park. There is lots to see and do in Fort Myers beyond the beaches too, with spectacular shopping centres including Miromar Outlets and the famous Edison Mall, splash-tastic waterparks fit for family holidays and fantastic food stops.

 

If you have a sweet tooth, don't leave Fort Myers without indulging in a marvellous Maple Bacon Donut and a cup of fresh ground coffee at Bennett's Fresh Roast, or in the evening head to one of the beaches fantastic restaurants and bars offering live entertainment. If you're travelling to Fort Myers in March, you can catch the baseball Spring Training games between big-time teams including the Red Sox and the Twins!

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Cool Cayo Costa

 

 

Cool Cayo Costa

You'll find adventures aplenty at Cayo Costa's barrier island where you can try your hand at loads of watersports, do some serious shelling and even spot dolphins along its 9 miles of beautiful beach. Lyn Hall Memorial Park's shaded sand and turquoise sea is perfect for picnics and fishing with the little ones or stop by Billy's Bike Rentals for a fun way to explore the area.

Shopping In Florida

 

Shopping In Florida

Fort Myers' malls and shopping centres are a shopper’s paradise. If you're looking for discounts, Miromar Outlets features over 140 designer and brand name outlets including Abercrombie & Fitch, Nike, Calvin Klein and Levi's. The huge malls have restaurants and bars to grab a bite in while you shop, too. Edison Mall is one of south-west Florida's largest shopping spots with over 160 clothing, speciality and gift stores, while Tanger Outlets is where you'll grab some of the best bargains.

 
Sunbathe on Sanibel Island

 

Sunbathe on Sanibel Island

Settle in for the day on the shore of Sanibel Island, collecting shells on its stunning, long and sandy beach. The picturesque island and popular beaches offder watersports and boat rentals, sailing, parasailing and charter trips. Nature lovers will be in their element at the J.N Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, where you can spot a variety of birds and turtles, along with alligators and river otters.

 
Make a Splash at Cape Coral

 

Make a Splash at Cape Coral

The Sun Splash Waterpark in Cape Coral is a perfect spot for families wanting to cool off in the Floridian sunshine. Grab a couple of sun loungers and relax by one of the pools or ride the waterslides and flumes in the 14-acre complex. Adrenaline junkies can brave the park's Cape Fear, Drop Slide and Terror Tube, while those after a calmer course can relax on the River Tube Ride.

 
Kayak with Native Manatees

 

Kayak with Native Manatees

There are few places left where you are able to kayak alongside manatees in their native habitat. These beautiful creatures (also known as sea cows) were often mistaken for mermaids, and while they aren’t exactly the spitting image of Ariel, they are intriguing animals and can be seen at the Lee County Manatee Park.

 
Explore the Edison & Ford Winter Estates

 

Explore the Edison & Ford Winter Estates

Among its notable residents, both Thomas Edison and Henry Ford had winter homes in Fort Myers and a visit to either property is sure to please any holidaying history buffs. The Edison and Ford Winter Estates span almost 20 acres and are now home to a museum and overlook the Caloosahatchee River, too.

 
Live Music & Late Nights At The Cottage

 

Live Music & Late Nights At The Cottage

Fort Myers' laid-back waterfront lounges, bustling beach bars and casual clubs are great for evenings out. You'll find live music at almost all of the island's beach bars and restaurants, with one of the most popular places for locals and tourists being The Cottage at The Gulfshore Grill. The Martini Bar at the Firestone restaurant and the Brick Bar houses plays host to a variety of bands ranging from Blues to R&B and rock-n-roll.

 
Feast at Fort Myer's Food Stops

 

 

Feast at Fort Myer's Food Stops

From elegant eateries in historic buildings to hidden treasures tucked away in strip malls, there are lots of great foodie stops in Fort Myers. Whether you're after breakfast, brunch or evening bites, there are plenty of places that will tickle your tastebuds here; Twisted Vine in downtown Fort Myers is a must for brunch lovers after excellent eggs benedict, the well-established Veranda restaurant is crowned for its charming atmosphere and delicious cuisine, and Bayfront Bistro is the award-winning waterfront spot with spectacular food and wine.

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