From an early history as a legendary pirates' den to its modern status as a resort community, Sanibel Island, FL, has been an important part of the Southwest Florida area for a long time. It is located at the southwestern end of the chain of barrier islands that sits off the shore of the Fort Myers and Cape Coral metropolitan area. As the name implies, the entire community is an island — access is via bridges and causeways. Coming from the east, Sanibel causeway runs across the bay. The Blind Pass Bridge connects Sanibel Island to Captiva. Residents and visitors can also get to Sanibel via boat. (read more about living in Sanibel Island).
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Even though it is only a matter of minutes from the bustling urban centers of Cape Coral and Fort Myers, the natural seclusion of the island setting gives residents of Sanibel a completely different living experience than the main cities. The J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge runs from the Dixie Beach Road near the causeway all the way across to the Sanctuary Golf Club and the keys on the west end of the island. Nearby Buck Key is also a nature preserve. Waters teeming with wildlife and sprawling wilderness refuges dominate the north side of the island, and, to the south of Sanibel Captiva Road, there a variety of estates, condo towers, resorts and other upscale living options. Bowman's Beach is a popular area for swimming and beachcombing. Other beaches stretch all along the south coast of the island, from Bowman's Beach all the way back to the landmark Sanibel Lighthouse at the island's easternmost tip.
People love living in Sanibel to get away from it all. Of course, there is plenty to do as well. The beach and the nature preserves provide ample opportunities for diving, swimming and other aquatic recreation. There are even a couple of museums that highlight the area's local culture and natural resources. Picking the right property on Sanibel Island may require a local touch. Please call one of our experts today to get inside information on the latest community events, real estate opportunities and details about the properties that interest you.
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