Fort Myers Beach

(Fort Myers Beach, FL)

Matanzas Inn & Restaurant

Snug Harbor Restaurant

  • 645 San Carlos Boulevard
    Ft. Myers Beach, FL 33931
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The all NEW Snug Harbor is built on the water, giving each seat a spectacular view of Matanzas Pass. Watch the dolphins play or take a leisurely walk along the docks. The dancing fountains will delight both young and old.

A favorite of locals and visitors alike all these years, the NEW Snug Harbor still features your favorites: the freshest seafood, mouthwatering slow-roasted prime rib; pastas, salads, chicken and steaks; a separate kid's menu with crayons and our famous homemade key lime pie, baked fresh daily for dessert or take-home.


Moss Marine

Lover's Key State Park

For years, Lovers Key was accessible only by boat and it was said that only lovers traveled to the island to enjoy its remote and solitary beach. Today, it is one of four barrier islands that make up this state park. A haven for wildlife, the islands and their waters are home to West Indian manatees, bottlenose dolphins, roseate spoonbills, marsh rabbits, and bald eagles. The two mile long beach is accessible by boardwalk or tram and is popular for shelling, swimming, picnicking, and sunbathing. Black Island has over five miles of multiuse trails for hiking and bicycling. Anglers and boaters can launch their vessels from the park's boat ramp. The park's concession offers boat and fishing tours, as well as bicycle, canoe, and kayak rentals. For tour reservations, call (239) 314-0110. Located on County Road 865 between Fort Myers Beach and Bonita Beach in Lee County.


Cabbage Key Inn

Welcome to our island. One hundred acres of tropical vegetation surround our historic restaurant, inn and cottages. A panoramic view of Pine Island Sound is provided from our front porch atop a thirty-eight foot Indian shell mound. There are no cars here, not even a paved road. You will find winding nature trails, picturesque views and relaxation .

We are accessible only by boat, helicopter or seaplane. Regularly scheduled boats run everyday from Pine Island, Captiva Island and Punta Gorda. Remote and self-reliant, we do things "the Cabbage Key way," a style reminiscent of the nearly extinct old Florida. During the day many visitors stop in for one of our Cheeseburgers in Paradise. Nightlife is usually defined by a hearty meal in our restaurant, perhaps followed by some cordial conversation or entertainment in the famous Dollar Bill Bar. Vacation Accommodations and Marina on Cabbage Key Florida Gazing across the water reveals a sprawling canopy of stars and twinkling lights on the ICW. Early retirement with a book may be a choice in preparation for tomorrow's sunrise over Pine Island Sound.

There is no general store on the Island, so bring all the things you'll need for your stay, including a flashlight.


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Steve Wood
(888) 781-7363

2500 Main St.
Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931


Salty Sam's Marina

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