Captiva Island Timeshare Resales
If you’ve ever wished for a quiet, dreamy island to escape life’s daily grind, Captiva Island is your destination. Located off South Florida’s Gulf Coast in Lee County, this barrier island is closely associated with Sanibel Island and known for its unspoiled beaches, abundant seashells, nature adventures and peaceful setting. Find a Captiva Island timeshare today, and be on your way to the perfect island getaway.
With pristine white sand, colorful shells, brilliant blue water and tranquil surroundings, it’s no wonder that a Captiva Island timeshare opens you up to some amazing beaches.
While parking is limited at Captiva Beach, it is the ideal spot for romantic walks and amazing sunsets.
Situated between Captiva Island and Sanibel, Bowman’s Beach is a great beach for families with showers, restrooms, barbecue grills and picnic areas. Enjoy water activities here like sailing, water skiing, parasailing, jet skiing, fishing and paddle-boarding. Rental facilities are available nearby for beach chairs, umbrellas, banana boats, watersports equipment, golf carts and bicycles.
With no tourist facilities, Blind Pass Beach offers the perfect setting for a quiet getaway or shell searching. Separating Captiva Island from Sanibel, Redfish Pass is an excellent area to fish and watch dolphins, manatees and birds.
History and Art
If you enjoy history, check out Captiva Island’s Chapel-by-the-Sea. This charming, white church and its adjacent cemetery offer interesting stories of the island’s early settlers.
Collecting colorful and unique seashells are a popular pastime on Captiva Island. Discover the different shell types and marine animals that made them by visiting the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum over in Sanibel. See some of the world’s largest shells there and learn about the Calusa Indians who originally inhabited the area.
Visit the Captiva Library to see exhibits and an impressive presentation of the island’s history.
Browse the 2 Islands Gallery for custom-made pieces by local artists. This art boutique features a collection of ocean-inspired pottery, jewelry, decorative baskets and island paintings as well as unique clothing and accessories.
Nature and Wildlife
Experience nature with a canoe or kayak trip on the Great Calusa Blueway, a marked paddling trail that meanders 190 miles through the mangroves and coastal waters of Lee County. Paddle around lagoons, rivers and small islands to see a variety of wildlife like dolphins, manatees, osprey, eagles, herons and more.
If you visit your Captiva Island timeshare between May and October, you may be able to spot sea turtles laying eggs or hatchlings racing to the water.
For a fun family day trip, head over to Fort Myers for ice skating, concerts and hockey games at the Germain Arena, or visit the Naples Zoo and Caribbean Gardens to see animals from all over the world, feed giraffes and ride camels.
While Captiva Island is known for its low-key atmosphere, you will find a few nice pubs and restaurants featuring live music, or you can cross over to Sanibel for more nightlife choices that include an award-winning lounge, a cinema and live performance theater.
When to Visit
Captiva Island’s peak travel time occurs between December and April when the weather is idyllic. Many people arrive to escape cold winter during this time. The area is subject to hurricanes during the summer. Late fall is the low season, offering mild weather and travel deals.
A Captiva Island timeshare provides the best way to enjoy this coastal paradise, offering a proper vacation home-like atmosphere to relax and have fun. Take a look at the timeshare resales on offer here at BuyaTimeshare.com and make an offer to an existing owner looking to sell. You’ll be amazed how affordable it is to vacation in a Captiva Island timeshare.