We love how this article from earlier this year in the National Post begins:
“The area is known as The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel – even though Thomas Edison’s famous winter home, in the city of Fort Myers, is one of its top historical attractions. But the name is no mystery, because even the most lavish and historic house can’t compare to the beauty visitors see when they reach the beaches themselves. The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel includes more than 100 barrier islands and offers over 80 km of pristine beach paradise, painstakingly preserved in their unspoiled natural state, with white, soft sand stretching into the horizon.”
The article goes on to talk about how history and untouched beaches are just the beginning of an island adventure without compare.
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