Sanibel Island Condo Rental Photos and Description
Saturday-to-Saturday vacation rental: 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, sleeps 4-6
All rates listed INCLUDE fees & taxes.
Sleeps 4-6: one king, two twins and queen sofa bed
Ground floor condo in building #1 at Coquina Beach Condominiums, a quiet, 40-unit Gulf front complex. Coquina Beach 1-D is fully equipped and in the building closest to the beach. A heated pool, tennis court and BBQ area are on site as well.
This is a SATURDAY-TO-SATURDAY vacation rental.
THERE IS A 7 NIGHT MINIMUM STAY ON ALL RESERVATIONS.
Sorry, no pets or student groups.
Must be 25 years or older to book.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Greg & Ellen - Owners
We've been hooked on the unique island of Sanibel since the very first time we viewed it from the causeway. The white powder beach, tranquil water and the relaxed atmosphere are exactly what we look for in a vacation. The shelling, fishing and restaurants keep bringing us back. There's no place we'd rather be... We hope you love it as much as we do.
LOCATION!!! Ground floor condo in building closest to the beach. GREAT value for the price.
SANIBEL and Captiva ISLANDS, FL (Money Magazine) - Suggesting Florida for the family's winter getaway probably won't garner you a reputation as a discriminating traveler -- until, that is, you mention the islands of Sanibel and Captiva.
Located on the Gulf Coast, just 45 minutes from Fort Myers airport via a narrow three-mile causeway, Sanibel and its smaller sister Captiva are not unknown -- the islands have long been considered one of the best places in the world for shelling -- but news of their tranquil beauty, pristine white sand beaches and laid-back charm has spread primarily by word of mouth.
Sanibel and Captiva are a beach lover's paradise. And thanks to visionary land-use regulations -- no building along Sanibel's coast can be taller than a palm tree, and half of the land is a federal wildlife reserve -- it might just stay that way. Together the islands offer 17 miles of public beaches and an endless array of activities. Among the most popular: cruising Sanibel's 26 miles of paved bike paths and J.N. 'Ding' Darlings' Wildlife Drive ($1 per bike, $5 per car), a five-mile loop that winds through the refuge's 7,000 acres of mangrove forest. You can see more than 50 species of birds in the winter. And there's a new $3.3 million wildlife education center with interactive exhibits that all but ensures your kids will enjoy learning about what they see.
The islands are also dotted with art galleries and studios that lend themselves to browsing. If you're more interested in trying a new sport, go windsurfing at Causeway Beach, where plenty of shops will rent you a board and provide a quick lesson. Or go deep-sea fishing. Given the variety of packages (available from half-day to whole day, from snapper to tarpon) we recommend you check with the chamber of commerce for a list of operators that will best suit your needs.
Coquina Beach Condos have a private path to the beach. There's an umbrella and beach chairs provided. When you're hungry or need to freshen up, your condo's right there. No packing and hiking to a public beach required!
Two free bikes for use during your stay.