Fort Myers Beach occupies most of the island; it is an absolutely amazing 6 mile long beach. Recently, this island has become a little more crowded since hotels were built here. Wherever you stay, the sea is never far away. Many water sports are available here.
Three species of pine trees coexist in Florida: the Longleaf Pine, the Pocosin Pine and the Slash Pine. Because of their composition, they are prone to forest fires.© Rich & Galina Leighton / 123RF
Fort Myers beach on the island provides the opportunity to take part in several water sports activities such as windsurfing, jetskiing and parasailing.© Yuri Arcurs / 123RF
The Osprey, also known as the sea hawk, is a species of diurnal raptor which is piscivorous, meaning it feeds on fish.© Tania And Jim Thomson / 123RF
The Egretta Tricolor, also known as the Tricolored Heron, can be spotted on the island where it principally feeds on the fish in Florida's waterways.© Tania And Jim Thomson / 123RF
Like in the rest of Florida, the vegetation on Estero Island is natural and abundant.© Stephen Orsillo / 123RF