Fort Myers Beach is a charming little beach town that is often overlooked by visitors, most of whom flock to nearby Sanibel Island. Besides shopping, this little beach town is at the hub of a unique Florida coastal environment that provides many opportunities for hiking, biking, paddling, camping and beaching. (Photo by Beth Rankin via Flickr. Some rights reserved).
Posted by Bob Rountree
Author: Bob Rountree Bob Rountree wanders around Florida with his wife Kathy in their 24-foot travel trailer, exploring back roads, hidden beaches and scenic parks with kayaks, beach toys and bicycles in tow. A retired journalist from Deerfield Beach, Bob is co-publisher of FloridaRambler.com.