Information about Sanibel Island
"Information about Sanibel Island"
There are many exclusive destinations in Florida; one is Sanibel Island. Sanibel Island is located in Lee County, Florida and it is the sister island to Captiva Island.
Sanibel Island The breathtaking sunsets on Sanibel Island live up to their reputation.
Sanibel Island has a population of a little over 6,400 and due to its clean, sandy white beaches and prime real estate, it is a premier location for tourists and life-long Florida residents. When visiting Sanibel Island there are a host of hotels and resorts to choose from that are family friendly, handicap accessible and pet-friendly.
This island is known as being one of the best beaches in Florida and those who flock to Sanibel Island can enjoy its abundant amount of sunshine, multiple fine dining locations, shelling activities, viewing the variety of historical sites and shopping. It is a location where many couples wed, enjoy their honeymoon and celebrate their many years of wedded bliss.
In the winter months, daytime temperatures range from the low 70s to the low 80s. During the spring and summer months, temperatures typically reach the high 80s to mid-90s.
Not only is Sanibel Island known for its many shelling, shopping and weather, it is also known for its points of interests. Popular spots where visitors like to see include The Island Cinema, Point Ybel Lighthouse, Sanibel Moorings Botanical Gardens and the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum. There are also a variety of activities to do; such as biking, canoeing, swimming and tennis.
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