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The Weather in Captiva
Above are the weather conditions for Captiva. June is the warmest month of the year in Captiva with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 91°. However, temperatures can go lower than 55° in Captiva in January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is November.
Decompress at your Captiva Island Beachside Vacation Rental
Idyllic beach houses on stilts among the palms, with or without private pools are included in the vacation rental options available on Captiva Island. Island life is informal, and the main mode of transport is bicycle, making it an ideal destination for family vacations. The Barrier Islands retain a pleasingly authentic atmosphere, and have somehow evaded being colonized by touristic trappings, allowing you to truly embrace tranquility.
Fresh seafood with a southern twist
The classic seafood joints and historic dining rooms of Florida are for the most part undeservedly under the radar. Accompanied by the gorgeous beaches and sunsets over the water, they are nothing short of sensational.
Catch of the day is reinvigorated by the latest generation of culinary masters. A Latin American twist is discernable in much of the cuisine served up at the beachside restaurants on Sanibel Island and around Fort Myers.
Watersports on white beaches
The beaches of Sanibel Island are wide expanses of white sand that are the launchpads for myriad watersports. Swim, go boating or fishing on the aqua ocean, or enjoy a barbecue on the beach. Public beach access is limited to a few locations throughout the island, so it never feels overcrowded.
Exploring the wildlife reserve
The development of the island has been limited to the southern half, while the majority of the northern part is protected by the J.N. Darling National Wildlife Refuge. It is full of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, which you can spot in their myriad forms on a tram tour with a naturalist.
The trails meanwhile are perfect for bike ride exploration. During low tide, the birdlife for which the region is famous flocks to the shore, a spectacle to behold in the afternoon sunlight.
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