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Captiva Island Timeshare

Just off the coast of southwestern Florida near Fort Myers is Captiva Island, a tiny island with a magical quality. It has all the usual water activities that make a great beach vacation and much more. Somehow, even today, the island retains the adventure of pirates, conquistadors and the original inhabitants, the Calusa, who spent time exploring the island. Perfect for a Captiva Island timeshare vacation, most of the island consists of pristine beaches, excellent restaurants, shopping and wonderful recreation opportunities.

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in Florida for sea-shell gathering because of its position. It lies east and west and captures thousands of seashells that the islands that lie to the north and south miss. The best time for shelling is May through September.

If you join a local cruise boat of the area, you can visit several fascinating places near Captiva Island. These may include Useppa Island and shelling expeditions on the deserted islands of Cayo Costa State Park, watching dolphins play in the warm Gulf waters or relaxing on a sunset cruise and seeing the incredible night sky. For the more adventurous, there are kayak cruises, canoeing, snorkeling and birding. One of the most exciting activities is kayaking through Pine Island Sound and the Mangrove forests. The fishing is amazing at Turner Beach and the beach is famous for its colorful shells.

Golf, Shopping and More

Championship golf courses and tennis courts are close to your Captiva Island timeshare and there are many planned activities for children and award-winning eco tours that take you deserted islands where you see more local wildlife. With 15 major reefs and wrecks near Captiva Island, there is some of the best scuba diving in Florida. The marine residents that live near several local wrecks are barracuda, grouper, nurse shark, moray eel, cobia and amberjack.

The downtown area near your Captiva Island timeshare is like a small village with unique shops and cafes. You can rent bikes and ride Captiva Drive with the beach on one side and beautiful flora on the other. Find the perfect children’s menu at the Scoops and Slices diner with wood-fired pizza, milkshakes and a self-service candy shop. Parents may enjoy the fine dining at the historic Captiva House Restaurant. On Mondays and Thursday evenings, October through April, the Crow’s Nest Restaurant features a Hermit Crab Race along with its usual great food, drinks and live music.

To escape the winter weather, the best time to visit Captiva Island is from December to April. This is the high season and accommodation prices may be higher, but when you own a Captiva Island timeshare, this isn’t your problem.