Manatees, dolphins, pelicans, bold eagles, ospreys, sheepshead fish one can see them all on a daily basis from the canal side of this lively two story ranch with boat lift and captain walk deck equipped with soft ligths for the nightly enjoynment above and in to the water
Exeptional location: living room has a southern view of Paradise canal to open water and Sanibel island:Yacht and motor boats crossing the San Carlos Bay- Florida at it 's best
The quests commented on the best location they ever had renting on Pine Island and Bokeelia (They are coming on the Pine Island for the 4th time) Such an easy reach of Gulf of Mexico and Beaches (5-10 minutes instead of going through the canals for 30 minutes or more) and open view of Sanibel. They decided to rent again in 2013 for a longer stay. Pet freindly and fencing.
Known for its outstanding salt-water fishing, Pine Island also boasts an Olde Florida atmosphere with quaint arts & crafts shops in Matlacha, which has a thriving art community. State of the Art Community pool available nearby at the Pine island Center at a minimum fee.
Bicycling, hiking, kayaking, as well as swimming in the public pool all offer exercise opportunities. Golfing is also available. Ferries travel daily from Pineland across the Pine Island Sound to the state park at Caya Costa, to a unique lunch experience at Cabbage Key, or to Boca Grande.
Local restaurants on the island offer tasty, creative fare – or it’s just a short drive to nationally known restaurants.
Pine Island’s relaxing island feel will charm and renew you. You’ll discover why folks return year after year to enjoy its peaceful tranquility.
Top things to do in Pine Island
Nature watch & relax
Salt water fishing
Boating or kayaking
Explore thriving art community
Catch ferry to Cayo Costa or Cabbage Key
Top things to do on a budget
Spotting sea creatures
Bicycle the island from end to end
Get to know the friendly neighbors
Fish from the Matlacha Bridge
Margaret Sanders, owner