Long stretches of white sandy beaches, warm gulf waters and tons of exciting outdoor activities make Fort Myers Beach a family favorite when it comes to beach vacations. Check out these fabulous Fort Myers Beach vacation rentals, and enjoy that famous Florida sunshine with the whole family.

Condos and Apartments Aim to Please

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Towering condos and apartments are a staple when it comes to fabulous lodging for big families in the Fort Myers Beach area. Located on Estero Island in Lee County, Fort Myers Beach stretches along the southwestern coast of Florida. There are tons of exciting condos and apartments to choose from, even during the busy months of June, July and August. Two bedrooms, three bedrooms and more are available to sleep large families, and most condos are just steps from the powdery white sands of the beaches.


Covered and screened private lanais, incredible views of the sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico, community pools with hot tubs and restaurants right on the properties make it easy to skip cooking and enjoy some vacation relaxation. Amenities include paddleboard and kayak rentals, pool decks with private cabanas and deck chairs along with game rooms to keep the kids entertained. Collect shells on the beach, and walk back to your apartment or condo for a relaxing Fort Myers Beach vacation.

Vacation Houses

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Fabulous vacations begin with fabulous Fort Myers Beach vacation houses designed to bring you all of the comforts of home without any of the work. Fort Myers Beach vacation homes are available in a variety of sizes and styles, with gorgeous tile roofs, screened patios and pools and hot tubs for everyone to enjoy. Choose a three-, four- or five-bedroom home to host large families comfortably and step right out of the back door onto the sparkling white sand beaches. Private beach access is a perk that comes with many Fort Myers Beach vacation homes.

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Pick a home close to the water to enjoy the most beautiful views on the barrier island, or select a vacation home near Times Square to get the most out of Fort Myers Beach nightlife, museums and sports events. The area provides visitors with plenty to do regardless of the weather.

Shelling is a favorite pastime along the Gulf coast, but big families also love spending time checking out the local boutiques and catching a boat to deep water for amazing fishing adventures.

Most Fort Myers Beach vacation rentals require a minimum stay during the busy summer season, meaning that off-season travels save you money and allow more flexibility when it comes to booking a top vacation rental.