Fort Myers , Florida
This is a beautiful city in the state of Florida; this city is the county city as well as the commercial center of Florida.
Fort Myers is the chronological and legislative core of Lee County. Huddled along the picturesque coast of the Caloosahatchee River, the city has become an appealing merge of young and old.
Sporting the youngest population in Lee County, with a median age of 32, the City of Fort Myers is also home to the historic winter residences of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Wide-ranging restoration of the momentous downtown harbor is on the move, with new eatery, discos, apartments, and artistic locations providing liveliness and escalation.
The Fort Myers’s beaches are lovely and peaceful. We invite you to enjoy an ambiance, which proves to be exotic and pleasant, a little less hurried, and a lot less like the rest of the world. The city is a place of striking tropical flora and fauna, immaculate white sand beaches and hundreds of unoccupied islands.
The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel:
- Sanibel &Captiva Island
- Fort Myers Beach
- Fort Myers, Bonita Springs & Estero
- Cape Coral
- Pine Island
- Boca Grande &Outer Islands
- North Fort Myers
- Lehigh Acres
On August 13, 2004, Fort Myers was hit hard by Hurricane Charley, a Category
4 hurricane that made landfall north of the area. In 2005, Hurricane Wilma
struck south of Naples, but caused extensive damage nonetheless in Fort
Myers and its southern suburbs.