The town of Fort Myers Beach has preserved significant examples of its native landscapes; ecosystems; historical and archaeological sites; and ethnic and cultural traditions that represent its diverse geography; history; and cultural life. A multitude of resources form a wonderful offering of coastal and interior areas; including scenic wilderness and wildlife overlooks; Native American archaeological sites; botanical sites; beaches and water preserves; parks and open spaces; working landscapes; historical sites; museums and other cultural attractions. An ideal spot for family vacationers; Fort Myers Beach is fun and energetic. Here you'll find a newly renovated casual beach village with shops and restaurants clustered along a tree-lined pedestrian walkway. There are also marinas where you'll find boating and fishing charters; including sailing; windsurfing and Jet Skiing. At Holiday Water Sports you can enjoy sailing; wave running; parasailing and dolphin tours. The Seahorse Scuba operates morning charters; which have you back at the dock before lunch and with plenty of time to enjoy the rest of your vacation day. All dive sites are easy dives in 30 feet of water. You’ll see abundant marine life including barracuda; grouper and snapper. Go fishing; shelling; have lunch; island hop and watch the dolphins play! Enjoy a spectacular sunset cruise and champagne toast with Island Personal Watercraft. Many rentals are available for a full or half day; and there are weekly and monthly rentals for boats; Wave Runners; guided tours and guided fishing charters. With nine area golf and country clubs; an avid golfer could play 18 holes a day; seven days a week and not play the same holes twice for nearly two months! There's a course to match every player's skill level. You will find a wide range of accommodations to fit any budget and lifestyle; from luxury resorts and seaside inns; to charming Bed and Breakfasts and everything in between. With plenty to see and do; you will certainly enjoy Fort Myers Beach!