Located on the Estero barrier island, this small, friendly town has more than seven miles of coastline on the Gulf Coast of southwestern Florida. It not only has many local fun festivals, but is the gateway to a number of natural parks that will give visitors a view of the beautiful natural history of the area. Come in the spring for the famous Shrimp Festival, or in November for the Pirate Festival. The American Sand Sculpting Festival is amazing, and the Christmas Boat Parade is famous. The white sand beaches will give you all the relaxation you could possibly want, and the local restaurants will make a vacation here a treat.
Riparian open space offering scenic views of the Caloosahatchee River. Great place for picnics,... Read more