5. The Mucky Duck
The Mucky Duck is a fantastic neighborhood restaurant and pub and is the place to go if you want to watch the sunset as you dine. Located right alongside the beach, The Mucky Duck offers a large, diverse lunch menu, including fresh appetizers, seafood, salads, burgers, grilled sandwiches, burritos and more, as well as an impressive dinner menu. The casual, laid-back atmosphere is nice for both families and those seeking the classic “island” experience. 11546 Andy Rosse Ln. Website
4. Fishing at Turner Beach (Blind Pass)
Turner Beach (Blind Pass) is the beach/bridge that connects Sanibel Island to Captiva Island. The beach is known for having some of the best shelling on the island and is also a very relaxing spot to do some fun fishing. Follow Sanibel-Captiva Rd. north till you reach Captiva Island.
3. The Bubble Room
Eclectic restaurant specializing in a variety of desserts, cocktails and island famous Bubble Bread. Fun for kids as the restaurant is filled with playful decor on all its levels. Check out their famous Flaming Cheese. 15001 Captiva Dr. Website
2. YOLO Watersports
YOLO Watersports is an adventure rental shop offering Jet-Skis, canoes, parasailing, motor scooters, skateboards, Banana Boat Rides, 2-Person mini cars and much more! 11534 Andy Rosse Ln. Website
1. Chapel by the Sea
Chapel by the Sea is a quaint, beautiful chapel located in Captiva offering interdenominational services and providing a fabulous location for weddings. If you happen to be on the island for Christmas Eve, Chapel by the Sea has a tradition where parishioners sing carols outside the chapel after the service, which is a truly special event to experience if you get the chance. 11580 Chapin Ln.
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