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5507-B Pine Island Rd., Bokeelia, FL 33922
Pine Island

Pine Island is one of the largest islands (17 miles long) off Florida's western Gulf Coast. With the newly widened Pine Island Road and newly constructed Veteran’s Parkway we are just minutes from everything - a 15 minute ride to Cape Coral, a 20 minute jump to Ft. Myers, and a 30 minutes jump to our beaches, Sanibel Island and Fort Myers Beach. Pine Island is the “Beachless Island” but don’t let that stop you, we have a lot of other treasures to offer our visitors. Pine Island offers an average temperature of 70-90° and rainfall of about 55 inches per year.

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Greater Pine Island consists of six communities, each with its own spirit and life style.
Matlacha, Little Pine Island, Pine Island Center, St. James City, Pineland and Bokeelia
Come by car, boat or private plane. We have three airports on the Island.
Peaceful Island Setting
Our island is totally surrounded by mangroves, with open pastures and agricultural
plots. Pine Island has escaped the cement and skyscraper development so
dominant in other Florida areas.

Beautiful sunset on all four corners Dark Sky for the star searchers
Wildlife, birds, mammals, dolphins, manatees adventure, hiking, biking, walking trails. Our newly constructed Bike Path covers the entire length of the Island.
County and private maintained parks, tennis courts, boat ramps and swimming pool, Playgrounds and Baseball Fields.
Fishing, kayaking and guided cruises to our beautiful outer Islands. History, Calusa Indians, spanish settlers and local residents history
18 Hole Golf Course on the north end of
the Island.
Some of the best waterfront lodging, dining and night life
Matlacha  - Florida's "Fishingest Bridge"
---The first thing you notice when you travel to Greater Pine Island is Matlacha (pronounced Mat-luh-shay), a mixture of large home, small cottages, restaurants & night clubs, fish houses, bait stores and art galleries. Almost every home and business in Matlacha backs right up to the open water. Each home and business mirrors the personality of the resident living or working within. While driving through Matlacha you will see the bright colors and the “flair” of those who work and live in Mathacha.
--- Matlacha’s main street looks like a party most of the time. The streets are full of visitors looking for that Island treasure. When crossing the “Fishingest Bridge” you will find it loaded with people relaxing at a local pub or restaurant or socializing while dangling their fishing lines in the water, hoping to hook the Big One. The pubs and restaurants in Matlacha are not like any other you will every visit, once you enter the doors you are one of the family, island style music and the smell of grouper cooking in the kitchen fills the air. Matlacha was once one of the most profitable fishing and shrimping towns in SW Florida, they still do bring in a lot of fresh fish and shrimp for all the local restaurants, but with commercial fishing regulations it has slowed down just a little. The shoreline is a mixture of shrimp boats, other commercial craft, the yachts, rowboats, canoes and kayaks, the picture is near complete, visually. The real charm of Matlacha is the Sunrises and Sunset they are speechless. Matlacha is a place you normally see and hear about in the storybooks. After leaving Matlacha you will then enter Little Pine Island.
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