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THINGS TO DO
IN FORT LAUDERDALE

Museum of Art
Int'l Swimming Hall of Fame/Aquatic Center
Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum

Everglades Holiday Park
Jungle Queen
FAMU

 

RESTAURANTS IN FORT LAUDERDALE
Bistro Mezzaluna
East Coast Burrito Factory
Black Orchid Cafe
French Quarter

 

 

Fort Myers Rental Cars and Attractions

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Fort Myers Lifestyle

As anchor of Southwest Florida's Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel, Fort Myers serves as a hub for assorted areas of distinct appeal, all adding up to a Tropical Island Getaway. Fabled Sanibel and Captiva islands, with pristine white sand beaches on their gulf sides and dense mangrove forests to the east, showcase surprisingly diverse ecosystems along with North America’s best shelling, great biking, hiking trails, and acre upon acre of wildlife sanctuary. In fact, Sanibel and Captiva are so eco-minded that laws prevent buildings being constructed higher than the tallest palm tree. On Estero Island, Fort Myers Beach (recognized among the "world's safest family beaches" because of its gentle slope into the gulf) is home to back bays, estuaries and lush mangrove forests for kayaking and bird-watching. Bonita Springs has freshwater fishing and shopping, and Cape Coral has a multitude of marinas, golf courses, and tennis. Crossing the bridge to Pine Island recalls days when fishing was the area's top industry. This quaint little isle, known for the "Fishingest Bridge in the U.S.A.,” continues as an angler’s paradise. Inland, Lehigh Acres offers miles of freshwater canals, 16 well stocked lakes with great fishing, tennis, horseback riding, hiking, biking trails, and three golf courses. On the banks of the Caloosahatchee Intercostals Waterway, Fort Myers’ status as the "City of Palms" is evident with a glance down McGregor Boulevard, lined with 1,800 majestic royal palms. Rich in Old South ambiance, Fort Myers yields year-round water sports, museums, historic tours, festivals, golf, theater and nature walks. Winter resident Thomas Edison, who enticed his friend Henry Ford to settle in next door along the riverbank, once declared “there is only one Fort Myers, and 90 million people are going to find out.”

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Attractions in Fort Myers

Florida's Gulf Coast is famous for its white sandy beaches. Here in Lee county the coastline and numerous islands offer many beaches for sunbathing, shell collecting or romantic sunset strolls.  Southwest Florida’s coastline offers plenty of opportunities for fishermen to enjoy backwater, offshore, fly and flats fishing. There are also numerous boating and sea excursions.  Southwest Florida has over 130 public and private golf courses, with over 50 in the Fort Myers area. This region has earned a reputation of having some of the most sought after golf courses in the world.  There are literally thousands of shopping venues in Fort Myers. Visit some of the many shops and plazas on Tamiami Trail, or if you are looking for a bargain take a stroll around our flea markets. 

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Bacco

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Visit “Bacco”, a Mediterranean style restaurant located in the heart of Fort Myers.  

“Bacco is one of the finest restaurants I have ever dined at.  The cuisine, catering and service is nothing short of top of the line.  The delicacies they offer entail and encompass every fish, shellfish and shrimp you could possibly imagine.  They also offer selected cuts of steak, chicken and pork that would make your mouth water.  I was overall 100% pleased with my visit to Bacco’s and look forward to dining there again if I ever travel to Fort Myers in the future.”

                                                                              

                                  -Jordan Draheim

Nightlife in Fort Myers

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When the sun goes down, Fort Myers gets its groove on. Neighborhood bars and pubs are popular, of course, but if your tastes run deeper, check out our other Fort Myers nightlife selections. Whatever your taste, sit at the bar and relax with a cold beer, a glass of pinot noir, or a classic martini, and be sure to chat with whoever happens to be nearby – you may make a new friend or a valuable business contact. Our guide includes the hottest Fort Myers clubs and bars as well as the coziest hole-in-the-wall spots.