Sanibel Island & Captiva Island – Welcome Chamber of Commerce – Official Website.
Sanibel Island & Captiva provide the perfect vacation spot… 15 Miles of Beaches, 25 Miles of Bike Paths, 50 Kinds of Fish, 230 Kinds of Birds, 250 Kinds of Shells & 0 Traffic Lights.
Sanibel Island & Captiva – Hotels & Resorts:
Visit Sanibel Island Hotels & Resorts for a complete list of Chamber of Commerce resort, hotel & vacation rental accommodation members with the amenities and location that are right for you. Choose from beachfront, near beach or bayside hotels, resorts, small inns & cottages, vacation condo & home rentals and more. Want to bring “FiFi” or “Fido” along on your vacation? See our list of pet-friendly accommodations. Many hotels, resorts and vacation rental companies provide us with a daily vacancies and specials list. Click here for information on Captiva Island Hotels & Resorts — including some of Florida’s finest beach resorts on the white sugar-sand beaches of Captiva Island, as well as beach cottages and bungalows.
Sanibel Island & Captiva – Things To Do:
Learn about the many things to do on Sanibel and Captiva islands, including our beaches, our Sanibel Florida nature preserve: Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge, and many outdoor activities including biking, shelling, fishing, bird watching, boating, golfing, and snorkeling just to name a few. Our islands also feature cultural offerings in the area of theatre, arts and live music.
Sanibel Island & Captiva – Restaurants:
Got a hankering for American, Italian, or French food? Or maybe, you’d like to have an appetizer beach side and watch the sunset? Or perhaps just sit back, relax and listen to some jazz… we have it all. Click here for our Sanibel restaurants and Captiva restaurants directory. Looking to bring your pet along with you while you dine, check out our pet friendly dining options.
Sanibel Island & Captiva – Shopping:
Our islands offer quaint & friendly shopping. With a broad array of retail businesses on the islands, we are sure to have what you need. Looking for a pharmacy, book store, new swim suit or sunglasses? Check out our online directory of Sanibel-Captiva Chamber Members to find the retailer to meet your needs.
Sanibel Island & Captiva – Location:
Our islands are located west of Fort Myers, Florida. Fort Myers is located just north of Naples & south of Tampa with over 15 miles of beautiful, Florida beaches. Click here for a map showing our Chamber of Commerce location and directions. Discover paradise for yourself. Be sure to stop by the Sanibel & Captiva Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center when you arrive. We are located immediately over the causeway. We have brochures and information on the many things to see and do while staying on our beautiful islands. Sanibel Island is 1 of the “Top 10 Best Florida Beach Towns” according to USA Today. And our Visitor’s Center was named the #1 attraction by Trip Advisor for Sanibel Florida. Frommer’s Travel Guide ranked Sanibel Island a #1 top tourist destination. And the list just goes on and on… See for yourself. Come visit us and find out why our barrier islands are the perfect choices for your vacation whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a family trip, or a nature vacation.
Sanibel Florida & Captiva Awards
Sanibel Island and Captiva Island have received many awards over the past several years from some of the most respected national organizations in the country. Click Here to see our current list of Sanibel Island and Captiva Island superlatives.
Sanibel Island & Captiva Island Reviews
Recent News from the Chamber
The Sanibel & Captiva Islands Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting Wednesday, March 30 for new member On Island, a shop created by two locals Kate Sergeant and Dawn Hillman. The pair envisioned a shop which encompassed the feeling of being ‘on island.’ “It all began with our online locals guide (OnIslandSanCap),” Sergeant said. […]Read more »
February 9, 2016 Sanibel & Captiva Islands Chamber of Commerce business members heard from Vice Mayor Mick Denham and City Manager Judie Zimomra during the Tuesday, Feb. 9 luncheon at Sanibel Recreation Center. The pair talked traffic and water quality issues, two points of conversation among island business owners. “We partnered with several island organizations, […]Read more »