Captiva Island’s peak season runs during the cooler months from January to April, when temperatures average around 75 F. Sea turtle nesting season takes place between May and the end of October. November and early December offer warm temperatures, while the summer months are much hotter with temperatures reaching the 90s.
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Discover the magnificence of native Florida at this resort set amid a wildlife preserve bordering the Gulf of Mexico.
Captiva Island is four miles long and one-half mile wide.
230 species of birds, 250 types of shells and 50 varieties of fish plus bottlenose dolphins, turtles, manatees, sea otters, pelicans, alligators, and bobcats call Sanibel and Captiva home.
Infamous pirates, such as Lafitte, Blackbeard, Black Caesar, and Gasparilla visited these two enticing isles.
Practical information to assist you before and during your trip.
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