Getting Around Fort Myers Beach
Are you ready to enjoy Fort Myers’ beaches, restaurants, annual events and more? With so many things to do in Fort Myers, the question then becomes how to get around town. Luckily, there are loads of options to choose from—from water taxis to trolleys to golf carts.
Available at Pink Shell Resort
There is no need to search for transportation rentals in the area. Let your adventures begin right here at our resort when renting bicycles and golf carts - popular options with locals and visitors alike!
The perfect way to casually explore our local community, bicycle rentals are available on-property. The best part? No reservation needed! Use your phone to check out a bike and start your Fort Myers Beach adventure by selecting your desired rental duration. Current prices are as follows, but please note: pricing is subject to change at any time by our third party vendor.
- 2-Hours: $20
- 4-Hours: $30
- 8-Hours: $50
- 1-Week Pass: $175
Island Carts FMB:
Discover your new favorite way to navigate Fort Myers Beach with Island Carts FMB. Say goodbye to ordinary rental cars and immerse yourself in the freedom of island exploration with our cutting edge golf carts. Get ready for an electrifying adventure on wheels, brimming with boundless happiness and exhilaration! Golf Cart rentals can be conveniently delivered stright to the resort at your desired time.
Other Local Transportation Options
With local trams & trolleys, there’s no shortage of fun ways to get around Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach on land!
LeeTran, a public transportation service run by Lee County, offers two options. First, there’s the tram, which covers the Fort Myers Beach area and is free to ride during peak season. A couple of the most popular stops include Lynn Hall Beach Park and Bowditch Point Park.
LeeTran also includes a trolley system, which is a paid service that covers more of the Fort Myers city area. This trolley makes it simple to visit sites like the Edison Bridge, the Butterfly Estates and the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve.
Fort Myers Beach is surrounded by water, so it only makes sense that you can travel by boat as well. As a matter of fact, depending on the traffic situation, these water-based transportation options can often be a little speedier than traveling on land.
Captain Butch’s Water Taxi Service
Hop aboard Captain Butch’s Water Taxi Service and avoid traffic on land. These water taxis take guests all around the Fort Myers Beach area for a maximum of $15 per passenger, depending on the destination. A few of the most popular spots to visit via Captain Butch’s Water Taxi Service include Bowditch Point Park, Mound House Historical Site and Doc Ford’s Rum Bar & Grill.
Fort Myers Tiki Tours
Spice up your commute with Fort Myers Tiki Tours. With its thatched grass roofing and tropical cocktails, it’s definitely one of the most unique ways to get around Fort Myers. Fort Myers Tiki Tours start and end near Parrot Key Caribbean Grill on San Carlos Island.
Key West Express
Take a day trip to Key West on the Key West Express. On this four-hour journey, riders can enjoy a full bar, befriend other passengers and keep an eye out for incredible wildlife.
It’s a great place for family vacation. The beach is perfect for kids - safe and clean. All staff is friendly and professional. The pool has clean and warm water. Many details in the hotel make me think that management cares about clients. We had amazing view from our room also.
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.
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!
Exactly what we came for! Three of us stayed in a luxury 2 bed 2 bath suite with stocked kitchen,dishwasher,washer/dryer,3 large screen tvs,and panoramic views of the gulf/beach/pool. Days were spent at the beach and pool meeting friendly people. The daily breakfast was awesome. We had good lunches at the pool several times. All staff members were friendly and helpful. The use of the trolley and tram were great to get around town. We couldn't have asked for anything better!
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.
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.