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Spring

Spring is usually the driest time of year in Fort Myers Beach, with very little rainfall. Spring is a great time to take advantage of many outdoor activities—like yoga on the beach or a kayak tour—before the hot summer months.

Sanibel island near Pink Shell Resort
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Summer

July is the hottest month in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. It’s not uncommon for temperatures to reach into the mid-90s in July. If you’re planning to visit during these hot summer months, you’ll find plenty of relief from the hot sun by swimming along one of our beautiful beaches, or in one of the pools at Pink Shell Resort. Ocean temperatures are also the highest in late summer—in August temperatures reach into the mid 80s.

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Fall

Late summer and into fall are the rainiest times of year in Fort Myers Beach. If you’re planning your visit to Pink Shell during that time, you may experience passing showers. While it’s a bit rainy, fall months in Fort Myers Beach have very pleasant temperatures. Plus, a little rain isn’t always a bad thing—it’s a perfect excuse to spend some time in our spa or relax in your spacious villa.

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Winter

Many people enjoy visiting Fort Myers Beach in the winter, when there are cooler days and tons of fun holiday activities at Pink Shell Resort. Typically we’ll see our coldest days in January, when the temperature dips into the mid 50s and tops out in the mid 70s. While the temperature does dip in winter, it’s important to remember that our slice of paradise is one of the warmest places in Florida. It’s very rare for Fort Myers beach to experience freezing temperatures—even during a dip in temperatures overnight.

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Tides

In addition to seasonal weather patterns, it’s also important to understand information about high tides and low tides in our area. For the most up to date tide chart information, consult resources like USHarbors.com. There, you’ll find helpful information and charts outlining the time of high and low tide in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. This information is especially useful for boaters and anglers.









 

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Highly recommend this resort if you are looking for a place to stay on Fort Myers Beach! It's very family friendly too. It is at the end of the island but there is a free tram (seasonal) and trolley to take you downtown to the shops and restaurants if you want to explore.

Nikki S.

The Pink Shell is and remains the absolute best on FMB. Great property only exceeded by the fantastic staff that are always pleasant, professional, polite and go out of their way to be helpful. We look forward to our next stay.

James M.

This resort gets an "A" for effort! And views! And staff! And food! Fort Myers is recovering from the hurricane last year. I don't know how the Pink She'll has pulled it off but they did. They are up and running and doing an excellent job. Thank you for a phenomenal vacay, Pink Shell!

Emily K.

Tons of amenities, great location. Marina is rebuilt and ready to use! Location is awesome because getting there and getting off the island is super easy.

Ben T.

The Pink Shell Resort is a beautiful unique hotel overlooking a calm gorgeous beach with a family friendly vibe. Our suite was immaculate with all new features. The most important aspect to me was the service.

Emily P.

The Pink Shell is a great place for a family vacation. They are on a beautiful spot on the beach, a short walk from Bowditch Point Park and close to Times Square,, with everything you need for a great trip. We stayed in one of the one bedroom villas and it was fantastic to have a full kitchen and laundry machine right in our room. The staff were friendly and helpful too. We'd totally go back.

Jeff G.