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Explore the Sanibel Island Beaches!

Sunset on Sanibel Island Beaches in FloridaSanibel Island is famous for its natural beauty, award winning beaches, and some of the best shelling opportunities in the world. Get ready to sit back and relax in the sun, enjoy some water activities, or do a little bird watching on Sanibel’s beautiful beaches. 

Blind Pass Beach
6491-6499 Sanibel Captiva Road, Sanibel

A popular place for shellers and fishermen. You’ll find these beaches on the Sanibel & Captiva side. Swimming is not advised due to the swift currents.

Bowman's Beach
1700 Bowmans Beach Road, Sanibel

You’ll find plenty of peace and quiet on this isolated and picturesque beach. Enjoy great shelling and plenty of nature trails to explore. Also a great spot for canoeing, kayaking, and picnicking.

Causeway Beaches
19931 Sanibel Causeway, Sanibel

A great spot for swimming, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Other popular activities include dog walking (on a leash), picnicking, and dolphin watching. Free parking.

Gulfside City Park Beach
2001 Algiers Lane, Sanibel

This beautiful secluded beach features picnic tables, barbeque grills, and a shaded pavilion. Free public bike racks.

Lighthouse Beach Park
110 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel

This family friendly beach is home to our historic functioning lighthouse built in 1884. A good place for shelling, swimming, fishing, sailing, windsurfing, and picnicking.

Tarpon Beach
2475 W. Gulf Drive, Sanibel

Features oversized parking for recreational vehicles with just a short hike to the beach. Bike racks and picnic areas.

Learn more about the Sanibel Island beaches.

If you’d like to get information on Sanibel Island real estate opportunities, contact Phaidra McDermott today!

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