Fort Myers Beach

Fort Myers Beach is a town on Estero Island, off the southwest Florida coast. A long, sandy beach faces the Gulf of Mexico. While it doesn’t have many seashells, it does have the Ostego Bay Marine Science Center which showcases local marine life. To the east, trails run through Matanzas Pass Preserve nature sanctuary. Bowditch Point Park at the north end of Fort Myers Beach is a nature preserve and recreation area. Access to a swimming beach is also located nearby. The town Fishing Pier is centrally located at the beach. Whether you prefer fishing, people-watching, photography, strolling, or relaxing in the sun, the Fort Myers Beach pier is a great day-trip destination. On your way there, do check out the Trico Shrimp Company (1300 Main Street and listed #1 of 25 things to do at Fort Myers Beach) and Doc Ford’s Rum Bar and Grill at 708 Fisherman’s Wharf. Nothing tastes better than dinner on the dock!

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