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What to do on Captiva

See all the sights and wildlife inhabitants up close and personal by biking along the 23 miles of shared use paths that Sanibel and Captiva have to offer.OnCaptiva, if fishing is on your itinerary, stop by Jensen's Marina for your bait and tackle needs and make a great catch either shore ...

Captiva Overview

Captiva OverviewOnce a pirates' refuge, legend has it that Captiva was named for a dozen women captured by the pirate Gaspar.The barrier islands that make up Sanibel and Captiva offer visitors to Florida's Gulf Coast a most unusual mix of Mother Nature and resort relaxation.Embraced by the sun ...

What to do on Captiva

What to do on CaptivaSee all the sights and wildlife inhabitants up close and personal by biking along the 23 miles of shared use paths that the island offers.If fishing is on your itinerary, stop by Jensen's Marina for your bait and tackle needs and make a great catch either shore fishing or ...

Captiva’s Attractions

Captiva's AttractionsThe Sanctuary IslandsThe "Ding" Darling Refuge, on Sanibel, is one of the crown jewels on the National Wildlife Refuge system, drawing thousands of visitors each year from here and abroad.Open daily except Fridays, the visitor has a chance to see some of the 238 different ...

Captiva Demographics

Captiva DemographicsGeneral StatisticsPopulation: 379Median Age: 55.11 yearsEthnic Origin: Caucasian, 98.42%; Latino, 0.8%; Asian, 0.8%Gender: Male, 49.1%; Female, 50.9%Average Income: $120,488Households: 194Education: High school, 26.0%; Some college or Assoc. degree, 33.1%; Bachelors degree, ...

Shopping the Islands

Shopping the IslandsIt is virtually impossible to leave the islands empty-handed!Sanibel and Captiva abound in fascinating places to shop - many in centers such as Periwinkle Place, Jerry's, Tahitian Gardens, The Village Shops, Heart of the Islands, Palm Ridge, or Bailey's. On Captiva, shoppers ...