I love that this beach is untouched and that there are few people there. I love all the seabirds and wandering up the beach. It is amazing!
Narrow strip of beach (depending on the tide of course). Nice view of Fort Myers and Sanibel. A few picnic tables. Clean beach, good for a few hours of sunbathing. Parking $2 per hour, very close to the beach. Could be a challenge to navigate for some since there are pieces of wood sticking out of the sand and some... More
If you want to just go to a beach to sit, this is the place to go. The water is fairly shallow so you can go out quite a ways. This is not a beach to go shelling. There is parking close to the beach but very limited. More parking is available near the kayak rentals (this is also where... More
Plan 3 hours (check the tides) to flat top kayak the Mangroves trail. Lots of birds. Low overhanging canopy could be a challenge to navigate for some.
go at a medium tide, Lots of birds, including skimmers, terns, and lots of shore birds. Good beach for just hanging out as well. Not busy during the week.
Went to Bunche Beach on a cool windy day and walked along the beach enjoying the view of Sanibel Island and Fort Myers marina/beach front. It was an interesting experience to be walking along the beach so far from the white sandy shoreline. This is not the place for shell hunting but definitely a place to explore the effects of... More
Bunch Beach is positively one of Southwest Florida’s best locales for photographers. Brilliant orange sunsets with the Sanibel Island causeway to the west in the background, are common. Bring a beach chair, your camera and a tripod. Birds galore, driftwood, and mangroves – it’s all here but the sunsets are magical.
Not typically for shellers; but, for early-morning birders, and those that want to avoid the tourists. Preferred by native Floridians that want a quiet beach to read a book. Crowded on seasonal weekends; so, expect a long walk if you find a parking spot.
This beach isn't the prettiest but it's cheap and easy as far as beaches in the area go. Only $2 an hour for parking. There were quite a few tree branches and stumps in the sand, but we found a quiet clean spot to sit.
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