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For those that are either still staying on Sanibel or Captiva during the COVID-19 restrictions (which do not prevent those already here from stay, nor do they prevent property owners from visiting their condo or home) or if you are simply concerned about your favorite...

Sanibel Captiva Rotary Club Arts and Craft Fair

It’s obvious that February and March are very busy times on Sanibel and Captiva (not to mention the rest of Florida) and the biggest tourism months of the year.  The warm weather is here, most public northern schools have their winter vacation scheduled in February,...

Gramma Dot's

Guest Blogger Matt Spaulding writes about a recent experience at a hidden gem of island restaurants…

Recently, my uncle Chip visited Sanibel and owns a condo on the bay side of the island.  One of the things he loves most about it is its proximity...

Christmas on Sanibel

The Holidays are here on Sanibel and Captiva, which is a little different than other places.  Most Christmas decorations are of Santa leading a team of dolphins or flamingos (Check out “Rudolphin” on Palm Ridge Road.).  And there is a 200% chance of NO SNOW....

Mud Bugs

With respect to Emeril Lagasse, breakfast just got kicked up a notch on Sanibel.  BAM!

 

A few months ago, we wrote about the new MudBugs Cajun Kitchen, which brought a taste of New Orleans to Southwest Florida.  This November, MudBugs added a breakfast menu...

Taste of the Islands 2019

Sunday, November 10 is the day…to bring your appetite!

CROW (Clinic for the Rehabilitation Of Wildlife) presents the 38th Annual Taste of the Islands festival at the Sanibel Community Park, featuring no less than fourteen Sanibel and Captiva restaurants offering their finest selections.

The Taste...

Sanibel Farmers Market

Most of Sanibel Holiday’s guests arrive on Saturdays. If there’s one thing we are sure to mention as you check in, it’s to head for the Farmer’s Market the following Sunday.

We are VERY happy to announce that the Sanibel Farmer’s Market returns Sunday, October...

Southwest Florida (especially the coast) counted themselves fortunate, as Hurricane Dorian eventually made a turn to the northwest (as expected) and may only brush along the east coast from Florida all the way to North Carolina as it weakens.  Of course, our thoughts are with...

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Guest Blogger Matt Spaulding writes about his experience at one of the newest restaurants on Sanibel….MudBugs Cajun Kitchen!

 I’ve always said that you could be on Sanibel and Captiva for three weeks and not go to the same good restaurant twice.  There have been some...

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