Just north of Sanibel Island, Captiva goes unnoticed by many. This secluded island sanctuary is perfect for a peaceful tropical retreat. With a Captiva Island timeshare, you can travel to this oasis every year to relax, unwind, and let your stress melt away under the sunny Florida skies. Shop, dine, and explore your adventurous side with some water sport activities.
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Because Captiva Island is such a hidden gem, it has yet to become a prominent tourist destination. This is ideal if you are looking for a serene retreat, but selections can be limited. Timeshare ownerships at South Seas Island Resort are by far the most prestigious on the island, with modern villa-style lodging.
Captiva is an island of simplicity. Without many lively, glamorous tourist attractions lining every street, there is plenty of peace and quiet to enjoy what Captiva is all about - pristine beaches, gorgeous sunsets, and back-to-the-basics outdoor recreation.
Captiva Beaches. The beaches of Captiva Island are rarely crowded, with only locals and few tourists walking the unspoiled stretches of sand. Captiva Beach and Blind Pass Beach are perhaps the most well-known beaches for their lovely sunsets and tranquil surroundings.
Chapel-By-The-Sea. Captiva Chapel-By-The-Sea is a charming historic white church. The Christmas Eve mass is by far the most attended service, with a canopy of lights creating the perfect holiday ambiance.
Watersports. Visit You Only Live Once (YOLO) Watersports for all your water rental needs, including paddleboards, banana boats, sailboats, standup boards, and surf boards. Even take a parasailing ride over the shimmering waters.
Boat Tours. Take a Captiva cruise around the island and discover Captiva's history, sightsee for dolphins and other wildlife, and enjoy live entertainment.
Beachfront Dining. Dining along the beachfront is a favorite for both locals and tourists. Mucky Duck has a large beer variety and specializes in flavorful seafood dishes while enjoying the beachfront view.
Shopping. Stroll through the town shops and boutiques on the north end of the island for unique clothing, antiques, and hand-painted furniture.
Captiva Island can only be accessed by a boat or small plane from the main Florida landmass. Throughout the island, you can get from one place to another by local taxis or shuttles.
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