The 80-year-old establishment is a Sanibel-Captiva community staple: a source for community events and entertainment, local getaways and more.
The family owned cruise and tour company aims to share the island and its neighboring cities with both those who visit and residents, alike.
Hotels that encourage their guests to unwind and unplug.
St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Little St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island... Although they all have stories to tell about life in the South, St. Simons is the island that charms the most.
The history of Boca Grande has revolved around water. The southern end of the island was a major shipping port from the early 1900s until the 1970s.
The laid-back island life and alluring clear water makes this a perfect destination for a no-hassle weekend getaway.
From the serene to the adrenaline pumping, activities for all ages.
From Sanibel and Captiva, take U.S. Route 41 toward Miami until you reach rolling fields of sawgrass and towering cypress trees, and you will be rewarded with a peek into Old Florida.
The January/February issue of Times of the Islands Magazine focuses on getting out, finding things to do, and traveling, including trips to Colorado and staycations in Southwest Florida.
The long-time Sanibel staple offers a varied menu of bistro style items including homemade soups, salads, ribs, chicken, pasta, prime rib au jus, burgers, shrimp and fresh fish.