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May 28, 2009 And lest anyone think that the Sanibel and Captiva islands are just art and nature, be assured visitors will find an assortment of evening entertainment as well. more »»

Explore the Gulf Islands

May 28, 2009 A chain of barrier islands protect the entire western shoreline of Charlotte County, from Englewood to Boca Grande, and each is more beautiful than the next. more »»

Captiva once a pirate's refuge

May 28, 2009 Once a pirates' refuge, legend has it that Captiva was named for a dozen women captured by the pirate Gaspar. more »»

Dining

May 28, 2009 Sanibel and Captiva are great places to find delicious meals at all times of the day and in all atmospheres from casual to formal. more »»

The Sanibel Historical Village & Museum

May 28, 2009 The Sanibel Historical Village & Museum captures and conveys life on the island before the causeway (B.C.) when everyone and everything arrived by ferry. more »»

Barrier Islands

May 28, 2009 Ever wonder what it would be like to wade in emerald green waters or stroll miles of a sandy white unspoiled beach of a deserted island with modern civilization miles away? You don’t have to hop... more »»

Marinas. Lee & Charlotte

May 28, 2009 Lee County The Boat House at Sanibel Marina 634 North Yachtsman Drive, Sanibel 239-472-2531 Captiva Kayak Company/Wildside... more »»

Sanibel Island Demographics

May 13, 2009 Sanibel-Captiva Island Demographics: as of 1/2008 Island Age 5,000 years (plus/minus) Island Area Total acres 11,600 Acres upland... more »»

Sanibel / Captiva Overview

May 13, 2009 Captiva Overview Once a pirates' refuge, legend has it that Captiva was named for a dozen women captured by the pirate Gaspar. more »»

What to do?

May 13, 2009 What to do on Captiva See all the sights and wildlife inhabitants up close and personal by biking along the 23 miles of shared use paths that the island offers. more »»

Shopping the Islands

May 13, 2009 Shopping the Islands It is virtually impossible to leave the islands empty-handed! Sanibel and Captiva abound in fascinating places to shop — many in centers such as Periwinkle Place, Jerry's,... more »»

Attractions

January 15, 2009 Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum 3075 Sanibel-Captiva Road, (239) 395-2233 BIG Arts (Barrier Island Group for the Arts) 900 Dunlop Road, (239) 395-0900more »»

Captiva Overview

January 14, 2009 Captiva Overview Once a pirates' refuge, legend has it that Captiva was named for a dozen women captured by the pirate Gaspar. more »»

Sanibel and Captiva offer an unusual mix of Mother Nature, unparalled resort relaxation

January 14, 2009 Island history Sanibel — a barrier island on the southwest Florida coast of Lee County — was first inhabitated by the Calusa Indians, followed by Spanish explorers in the 1600s. more »»

What to do on Captiva

January 14, 2009 What to do on Captiva See all the sights and wildlife inhabitants up close and personal by biking along the 23 miles of shared use paths that the island offers. more »»

Captiva's Attractions

January 14, 2009 Captiva's Attractions The Sanctuary Islands The "Ding" Darling Refuge, on Sanibel, is one of the crown jewels on the National Wildlife Refuge system,... more »»

Shopping the Islands

January 14, 2009 Shopping the Islands It is virtually impossible to leave the islands empty-handed! Sanibel and Captiva abound in fascinating... more »»

 
 

 

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