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Touring on two wheels


Biking it is by far the best way to get around. And remember, this is Sanibel and Captiva.


How to get there


By air


Southwest Florida International Airport, in Fort Myers, is located approximately 45 minutes from Sanibel Island.


The airport links with gateways including Miami, Atlanta, Chicago and New York.


By road


I-75 connects directly to I-10 and is the major highway for Sanibel and Captiva. Miami is 2.5 hours away, Tampa 2 hours and Olando 3.5 hours.


Car rental All car rental companies operate in Florida.


Dollar, which has competitive rates and always provides a cracking service. www.dollar.com


Where to stay


Sanibel and Captiva offer the choice of small inns, Gulf-front resorts and beachside cottages.


We are not talking mountain biking - particularly with the highest point on the island 9 feet above sea level. One gear and two speeds - ambling and meandering – will get you wherever you want to go - in good time and fine fettle.


A natural haven


The 6,000 acre JN 'Ding' Darling National Wildlife Refuge was named to celebrate Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist and pioneer environmentalist Jay Norwood Darling.


The refuge features bird and animal watching spots, walking, bike and canoe trails and a 4-mile scenic drive and guided tours.


www.dingdarling.fws.gov


The Gulf Breeze Cottages on the Gulf of Mexico in Sanibel offer no-frills, self- catering accommodation that suits the ambience of the island.


www.gbreeze.com


For a full list of accommodation visit : www.fortmyers-sanibel.com


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