Bonita Springs, FL, USA

Bonita Springs, FL, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 4,651 vacation rentals near Bonita Springs. From 2,622 condos to 1,502 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Bonita Springs for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Beautiful Bonita puts a spring in your step

Sun, sand and sea, Bonita Springs has it all. Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, Bonita Springs is a charming beach community with a relaxing vibe. Get your Floridian adventure off on the right foot by booking a Bonita Springs vacation rental overlooking the ocean. Romp through the sand dunes of Bonita Beach Park or visit the Everglades Wonder Gardens, home to a wealth of exotic birds and wildlife. After dark, grab dinner in one of the beachfront seafood restaurants, or book tickets to a jazz performance at the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs.

Sand dunes and sunshine, life is beachy in Bonita Springs

Perched on the Gulf coast of Florida, Bonita Springs is very much a beach community. Bonita Beach Park is a favorite with locals who come to picnic in the dunes, swim in the crystal clear waters or indulge in watersports. It's also a popular place to watch the sunset over the bay. Adventure seekers can go sea kayaking in the cool, clear waters of the Gulf, or hop on a boat cruise to spot Florida's native dolphins and manatees. After busy day on the beach, kick back with a local brew in one of Bonita Springs' many waterfront bars.

Like wildlife? Then flamingo to Bonita Springs

Its south Gulf coast location means that a Bonita Springs vacation rental is well pitched for all the sights in Lee County. A big draw for families is the Everglades Wonder Gardens. Opened in 1936, this zoo and botanical gardens is home to a wealth of Floridian wildlife, including alligators, panthers, flamingos, and bears. There's also a small natural history museum. If you prefer culture to crocs, book tickets for a jazz or classical performance in the Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs, one of the main venues for arts in the region.

Summer in Bonita Springs is sizzling hot

Thanks to its fabulous Floridian tropical climate, Bonita Springs enjoys year-round sunshine. Peak season is during the warm, summer months when temperatures can reach a sizzling 90 degrees, although the cooling breeze from the Gulf makes it more comfortable. Although, be aware it's hurricane season between June and November. The summer is also when Bonita Springs vacation rentals are at a premium. So for the best choice, visit in the shoulder seasons of spring, fall and winter, when the sun still shines and the temperatures are a comfortable 70 degrees.

Paddling in the mangroves is key for Lovers

A 30-minute drive south of Fort Myers, Bonita Springs is a small beach town on the southern Gulf coast of Florida. An 8-mile drive north of town is Lovers Key State Park, a popular nature park. Made up of 4 barrier islands, it's a great place to escape the rat race for a day. There are around 5 miles of nature trails to explore, or pick up a canoe and venture out into the wetlands where you can spot West Indian manatees and bottlenose dolphins while American bald eagles glide overhead.