A newer upscale condo within Estero Bayside located on the south end of Estero Island, across the street from the Gulf of Mexico and the world class white sand beaches of Fort Myers Beach.
Protected by a mangrove preserve on three sides, this luxurious fifth floor condominium offers two screened balconies with spectacular views of Estero Bay. The unit is professionally decorated throughout and contains everything you’ll need for a comfortable stay. Within the facility you’ll also have access to a heated pool, hot tub, gas barbecue grills and gated reserved parking.
THE WORLD'S SAFEST BEACHES: Fort Myers Beach visitors enjoy the great beaches, fishing, shopping, dinning, golf, tennis and entertainment on the sandy shores.The Beach gained a reputation as the World's Safest Beach because of no undertow and its shallow water. People can walk the entire 7-mile length of the island along its sandy shores.
ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS: The Beach hosts an annual Sand sculpting Contest in November and the Shrimp Festival in March draws thousands to the Blessing of the Shrimp Fleet. A 5-K run precedes the event.
A July 4 Fireworks Display and Old Fashioned Family Day sparks the annual Independence Day Festival.
Golf tournaments, Taste of the Beach, Annual New Year's Eve Celebrations, Offshore Powerboat Races and other sporting events liven life on the Beach.
Santa rides his boat along the Shoreline in the Christmas Holiday Boat Parade. A Christmas light decoration contest for homes, businesses and boats is included in the festivities.
Facilities that provide entertainment for the whole family include the Fort Myers Beach community pool (open to the public), library and the Beach Movie Theater.
PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS: Lynn Hall Memorial Park provides bathhouses and parking for beachgoers and people fishing from the 600 foot fishing pier. Balls bounce around the basketball, tennis and volleyball courts at Bay Oaks Recreation Center.
Lover's Key State Recreation Area shelling rivals the neighboring island of Sanibel. Trams ferry visitors over Oyster Bay to Lover's Key Barrier Island. Visitors can rent kayaks and canoes and tale boat tours of the area. Picnic areas and barbecue grills are conveniently located along the Lover's Key beaches.The natural environment of the 16- acre Bowditch Point Park at the tip of Estero Island nourishes nature walkers and picnickers.The Matanzas Pass Wildlife Preserve, featuring an historical restored cottage, nurtures 42 acres of wilderness and provides sanctuary for native plants and animals. Boardwalks and bridges over trails allow visitors access to a pavilion along Estero Back Bay where birds such as ospreys and pelicans fish.