- Casa Bonita Grande
- Casa Bonita II
- Casa Bonita Royale
- Dolphin Way
- Hickory Bay West
- Hickory Shores
- Kings Kew
Recent Bonita Beach reviews
"Very nice and clean apt., great owners very helpful. Nice and worm pool great location. I would come back again."Guest: sylvi Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 5, 2015View listing
"Great place for a short stay. We love Doc's and walking on the beach. Heating worked well when we had a cold snap. Enjoyed golfing with friends in the area. The sunsets were indeed beautiful! Would stay there again and recommend it to others."Guest: Jac Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 1, 2014View listing
"We stayed in this condo for two weeks. It was an awesome condo. Beautiful views from the lanai. Very we'll maintained. My husband and I will definitely be coming back here!"Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 9, 2015View listing
"The condo in Bonita Springs couldn't have been better. The owner thought of everything and remained in contact incase there were any issues. You are a 3 minute drive to the public beach. Can't wait to go back."Guest: Cary C. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 13, 2015View listing
Bonita Beach Travel Tips
Welcome to Bonita Beach Vacation Rentals
Stick your toes in the sand and relax with a good book at Bonita Beach in sunny Florida. When you take advantage of Bonita Beach vacation rentals, you will have white beaches, warm ocean water and much more to enjoy. North of Naples on the Gulf of Mexico, Bonita Beach is a vacation destination for all ages. Rent one of the many available Bonita Beach condos that line the beach and get ready to enjoy your home-away-from-home.
One unusual destination a short distance away from Bonita Beach beach rentals is Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, where you can view up to 200 kinds of birds. Keep an eye out for limpkin, anhinga, heron, idis and egret, to name a few. If warblers are more your style, listen up for the yellow-billed cuckoos and the black-throated green warblers. And don't forget to take a peek at the nesting wood storks -- the largest such colony in the US.
Koreshan State Park is another beautiful nature destination. You can walk through the gardens on your own, or take a guided tour. Trails wander by the Estero River, with its myriad of trees, including the traditional Floridian palmettos and palms. If you want to be on the water, grab a paddle and hop in a canoe. Take a break and stop for a picnic lunch or to explore one of the 11 restored buildings in the 200-acre park.
Enjoy the Condo
After all this nature exploring, you will be glad to head back to your condo, where you can make a home-cooked meal and watch the sunset. After dinner, if you still have energy, take a stroll on one of the miles of beaches right at your doorstep. You can even take a midnight swim in the ocean to cool off!