The historic Island Inn, the oldest Inn on Sanibel, has just completed phase one of a major refurbishment program modernizing all aspects of the Inn. More than $250,000 has been invested over the past year to upgrade and enhance the facilities….
As every season comes to a close at the Island Inn, we happily embrace the long, lazy days of summer.
After a wonderful holiday season, beautiful winter, and busy Spring Break, we are gearing up for a spectacular summer.
Some of the worlds best Tarpon fishing can be found right here on Sanibel and Captiva, and year after year Island Inn guests return for this annual Spring Event.
Learn about the Island Inn by reading Eric Taubert’s awesome write up in The Southwest Florida Barometer and by watching the included video blog.
Join us at Traditions on the Beach for our St Patrick’s day party and fun celebration, Thursday, March 17th.
Enjoy music and dancing with our very own Irish “Piano Man” Joe McCormick.
The Island Inn and Traditions on the Beach is the perfect spot to bring your sweetheart for Valentines Day weekend!
Sanibel Island enthusiasts welcome the City of Sanibel’s release of the first video in a series of four about the history of Sanibel Island. Please click here to view “Sanctuary Islands: The Sanibel Legacy”
Come celebrate New Years Eve with us at the gorgeous newly renovated Traditions on the Beach.
Congratulations to Chris Davison and his staff for a great year at the Island Inn!
Looking for some holiday entertainment on Sanibel Island? Look no further than the many performances put on by BIG ARTS.
Come celebrate the 15th year anniversary of the Bailey Matthews Shell Museum this weekend! To kick off the celebration Bailey Matthews Shell Museum is offering FREE admission Saturday, November 20, 2010.
Island Inn would like to say thank you to all those who have served and those who serve today.
Sanibel Islands “Taste of the Islands” is back for its 29th year Sunday, November 21, 2010 from 12pm-5pm at Sanibel Community Park! Admission is $5 at the gate and children under 10 are free.
Check out a picture of the Great Blue Heron snapped by Island Inn guest Ty Shimko. That’s one unlucky fish!
Wow! What a magnificent bird! This picture of a Great Blue Heron in flight was taken by Chris Dunwody as the bird flew over the Gulf.
“Sanibel was forever changed by Sam Bailey’s life and Sanibel will never be the same with Sam Bailey’s passing.”
Visit the Tarpon Bay Explorers Touch Tanks and aquarium displays…..
J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge has three popular hiking trails The Indigo Trail, The Wulfert Keys Trail and The Shell Mound Trail….
Sand dollars can be found on most all the beaches of Sanibel Island. They are loved by shell collectors for their intricate designs, symmetrical shape and beautiful colors.
Visit the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, you”ll be glad you did……
The Sanibel Camber of commerce has teamed up with Heidrick and Company Insurance and Risk Management Services, the Captiva Islands Yacht Club and ’Tween Waters Inn Island Resort….
The J. N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge is adding a new event to the final day of its annual “Ding” Days celebration….
Beach attendance on Sanibel Island Beaches were at record highs this past June. Up 24 percent, the beaches saw more than an $80,000 dollar increase in revenues for the month of June.