Whether on an initial date or celebrating a long-term anniversary, a particular level of romance is almost in order for a day or evening out. While romantic to you may be a sunset, for others, it could be something with a taste of adventure. Either way, the Fort Myers area surely has it. For a pleasant and romantic experience, plan a day trip or an overnight camping venture to the isolated island of Cayo Costa. The beaches are approximately deserted most times, with strikingly gorgeous water. There’s nothing like relaxing under the stars and rising up to the sound of the surf to spark a poetic fire. From the beach to the farmland, train rides have a totally different type of romantic attraction. For a successful date night, the Seminole Gulf Railway treats the Murder Mystery Dinner Train. Your five-course feast is prepared onboard as artists take to the aisles, asking for advice in solving a murder; it matches a real-life version of the board game “Clue,” however, there is lots of downtimes to enjoy the prospect. The Fort Myers area is bursting of natural beauty and lots of water. Something about that sequence almost always presents itself to romance. But if you are seeing for other unique ideas to spend a day, a night with your partner, one of these Best choices is sure to strike the right cord.
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The tropical environment of Sanibel is a natural area for romantics to go to. To really traverse the island and have some fun with your companion, rent Segways or, better yet, a surrey for two or bicycles, at Billy’s Bike Rentals. Sit near to your date and share the peddling, while you traverse the island.
Spend a romantic time kayaking through mangroves, palm trees, and moss-covered oaks, on the Estero River. Rent private kayaks here instead of a double, and paddle beside each other. There are various beautiful sites to pull over for a picnic, and the best one is the Koreshan State Historic Site. But try to be out for the 4 and a half-mile paddle into the Estero Bay.
If romance is on your list, you’ve got to get a beach sunset. A magnificent spot for locals is on the northern edge of Captiva Island, the last public access, just past the access to South Seas Resort. The water here is invariably clear, and the shells are infinite, and a few vague pines. Beach decay has formed natural places for the nightly show. Pack a cooler full of your preferred snacks, but save a place for dessert.