Perched on the Caloosahatchee River where it meets the Gulf of Mexico, Fort Myers is a leisurely, laid-back alternative to the clubby glamor on Florida’s Atlantic coast. Just a stone’s throw from miles of barrier islands lined with marshes and unspoiled beaches, the opportunities to bask in seaside paradise are endless.
Chill out around town, then make your way out to the many wildlife and nature preserves around the city, hit a round of golf, and collect your fair share of beach glass.
When the excess of sandy, turquoise beaches is no longer enough, try one of these invigorating activities.
The Boston Red Sox and Minnesota Twins come to town annually in March to warm up for the season. Catch a game at the mini Fenway, complete with a smaller Green Monster.
Why go by land, when you can go by sea? Kayak this 190-mile water trail to see dolphins and manatees as you paddle through rivers and tributaries in and around Fort Myers.
The famous American businessmen and innovators Thomas Edison and Henry Ford were great friends who built massive winter properties kitty-corner to each other. Tour the impressive homes and the expansive garden and laboratory.
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The whole of Lee County, which includes Ft. Myers, Cape Coral, and Estero Island, is rich with pristine beaches and calm nature trails. Ditch the rush hour traffic and go immerse yourself in the halcyon natural escapes just beyond the city limits.Book the perfect car
A 40-minute hop over the Sanibel Causeway gets you to these tranquil islands, known for their undeveloped Gulf Coast beaches and the exquisite shells that wash ashore.
Gator sightings are the norm at this freshwater marsh north of The Everglades. Take an airboat or buggy tour to be wowed by imposing stands of trees and throngs of wildlife.
Make the one-hour drive south along Route 41 or Interstate 75 for the ornate architecture, sophisticated dining, and flawless white sand beaches of this upscale beach town.
I was unsure about this rought of renting a car for my trip in fort myers, but it was the best choice I could have made.
Communication was perfect and made my experience in the fort myers area easy, fun, and enjoyable.
Great car / great communication - would definitely recommend it in the fort myers/Naples area!!
Such a easy process, better then any other rental companies I’ve been through.
Will not hesitate to rent from him again on our next visit to Fort Myers.
BRANDON was amazing and helped me with my 1st Turo rental.. highly recommend if you are in Fort Myers area.
This is the third time I’ve used Fabian’s car while in Fort Myers, he’s always been quick to communicate and easy to work with……… Jeff ( Washington state )
Chad is a stellar host, the car was great, I will be happy to book with him on my next trip to Fort Myers :)
Jorge was great, he communicated really great and made our trip super easy.
Car performed well and was a fun way to run around fort myers and Naples with the top down.
The car was excellent and the service couldn't have been better or easier!
Drew was an amazing host , great precise communication made the whole process so much easier than dealing with traditional airport rental companies.
It’s way better,easier and more professional than those other rental companies.
The car ran nicely and was a perfect fit for a trip to Marco Island/Fort Myers area.
daniel is an amazing host. very responsive. it was so much fun to drive the convertible around and check out all the beaches. 10/10 will be reaching out to daniel on our next trip to fort myers!
We had a fantastic ride in Fort Myers - car was clean; so fun to drive and enjoy the Florida sunshine.
Veniamin was very accommodating, seeing as our trip got rerouted to Sarasota/Braedenton instead of Fort Myers.
I got stuck in Fort Myers during Hurricane Ian, and Chad could not have been a better host.
Good Communication - arrived promptly and address all questions and issues with great service and was accommodating to my needs.
This fantastic scenic route guides drivers along the coast through open marshland, and into Naples, where you can pick up the Tamiami Trail to glide through Everglades National Park.
For this carefree beach drive on Pine Island Road, head to the colorful, artsy island of Matlacha, before crossing over to both ends of Pine Island’s peaceful, beachy paradise.
Get behind the wheel and drive to Port Charlotte to catch SR-776. Cross the Myakka River and ride the edge of a barrier island to Boca Grande for outstanding views.