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  1. The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel
    Island-hopping is a way of life in Southwest Florida. Hundreds of islands dot the sun-splashed coastline like tiny jewels – some rustic and accessible only by boat or seaplane. Other islands boast chic restaurants, galleries and amusements that blend the genteel Florida of old with modern comfort and luxury. Don’t miss barrier islands like Cayo Costa, Captiva, Useppa Island and Cabbage Key. Explore many of them in just a day, or plan a week to get to know them even more.
  2. The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel
    A strong conservation mindset on the outer islands and throughout Southwest Florida provides a thriving natural environment for indigenous wildlife. Watch dolphins playing in your boat wake. Kayak among lazy manatees floating in the Great Calusa Blueway. Spy more than 300 kinds of birds in the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, the largest undeveloped mangrove ecosystem in the U.S. Besides the serene beauty of the landscape, these experiences are our natural gifts. It’s why many ecotourists place Southwest Florida on their bucket lists.
  3. 2009 <i>Coastal Living</i> Idea Cottage Coastal Living built its first Idea Cottage in I’on Village more than 10 years ago and is back to celebrate over a decade of success.
  4. Seabrook, Washington Check out the community-focused and environmentally conscious site of our 2010 Ultimate Beach House.
  5. The Outer Banks of North Carolina Stretching alongside the Atlantic Ocean for 130 miles, the Outer Banks of North Carolina is four island vacation destinations offering a completely different kind of beach experience.
  6. Visit the Seabrook Idea House Find all of the info you need to visit our Seabrook, Washington Idea House and take an open house tour this fall.