When looking for an idyllic place to relax and rejuvenate your mind and body, you would be wise to consider the tropical oasis of Bonita Springs, Florida. This paradise is located between Naples and Fort Myers on the gorgeous, always-sunny Gulf Coast of Southwest Florida. The natural beauty of this region is perfectly complemented by a wide array of interesting things to see and do. Before you set sail on your Bonita Springs adventure, be sure to consider these helpful tips:

 

Amazing Resorts To Relax At           

  • Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa: Conveniently located on 26 acres next to Estero Bay, this gem of a resort provides everything that you need for a sun-filled vacation. It’s a great place to relax as a Naples hotel with a lazy river, plus the Hyatt Regency also boasts four outdoor pools, four waterslides, a hot tub, and a cascading waterfall. The walk-in lagoon-style pool is perfect for the little tykes in your party. If you visit their website and book your trip before August 27, you can take advantage of The Big Break promotion and get 20% off your stay.

 

  • Lani Kai Island Resort: This popular resort is located on the glistening shores of Fort Myers Beach. The newly renovated beachfront rooms put you right in the middle of the action of this vibrant beach town, giving you access to a slew of nearby attractions such as the Fort Myers Beach Pier and ahost of recreational, shopping, and dining opportunities.

 

So Much To Do

  • Sanibel Island: This charming island is the perfect day trip from Bonita Springs. The quiet island of Sanibel is known for its abundance of seashells, making it a popular destination for beachcombers. Sanibel’s sandy beaches and azure waters make it the perfect place to soak up the sun and the surf in Southwest Florida.

 

  • Spring Baseball Training: If you are lucky enough to visit Bonita Springs in the spring, be sure to check out one of the many spring training baseball games. Both the Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins call Fort Myers home for spring training, making it easy to catch a unique baseball experience while visiting Bonita Springs.

 

  • Edison and Ford Winter Estates: History enthusiasts will delight in these iconic winter homes, once owned by Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Visitors to these historical homes can also tour the Edison Botanical Research Lab and the Edison Ford Museum. All of this is located on the lush 20 acres of botanical gardens.

 

Enjoy Some Good Food

  • Coconut Jack’s Waterfront Grill: Enjoy the warm ocean breezes at this casual beachfront joint. The menu features a bevy of fresh seafood offerings, including the famous Gulf Grouper, lobster roll, coconut shrimp, and more. Land lovers will enjoy the BBQ baby back ribs or filet mignon. Be sure to save room for a slice of mouth-watering key lime pie. The tiki theme of this grill will truly put you in vacation mode as you sip your specialty umbrella drink.

 

  • Petar’s Restaurant: This Bonita Springs staple dishes up some of the region’s best food in an upscale atmosphere worthy of any special occasion. Nosh on specialties such as the crab cake starter, the house-made ravioli, lamb chops, and famous lasagna. The seasonal menu guarantees that you will be treated to the freshest tastes every time you dine.