Sanddollar C201 Amenities

 
General
Beachfront View
Air Conditioning
Washer, Dryer & Iron/board
Off Street Parking
Elevator
Beds
King Bed in MB
Two Twin/Single Beds in 2nd BR
Convertible Sofa/Bed in LR
Linens Provided
Kitchen
Full Kitchen with
Cooking Utensils 
Refrigerator with Ice Maker
Microwave
Dishwasher 
Entertainment
Large HDTV with Cable
DVD & VCR
Video Library
CD Player
Board Games & Books
Few Beach Chairs & Games
Communications & IT
Telephone
Broadband Internet
WiFi (Wireless Internet)
Free computer/internet access
 available at our rental management
company and Sanibel Public Library
Outdoor Features
Heated Pool
Tennis Courts
Gas BBQ Grills
Lanai & Balcony
Patio & Gazebo
Fish/Seashell Cleaning Station

Suitability
Handicapped Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible
Kid Friendly
Minimum Age Limit for Renters
No Pets Allowed  
Smoking Not Allowed
Activities (on site and nearby)
Swimming & Shelling
Golf
& Tennis
Hiking
& Biking
Boating & Fishing

Kayaking
& Sailing
Windsurfing & Jet Skiing
Activities (cont.)
Waterskiing & Parasailing
Snorkeling/Diving
Sightseeing  & Museums
Shopping & Dining
Movie & Live Theaters
Wildlife Refuges & Zoo

Sanibel Island is known for the excellent seashell collecting on its nice, sandy beaches.  Although there is a ban on the collection of live seashells (aka molluscs or mollusks), many dead ones wash up on the beaches every day.  Our condo has a small library with several books that may help to identify the many shells, other sea creatures and birds that can be seen on the beaches, sandbars and tide pools right in front of our condo.  Near the boardwalk to the beach, Sanddollar has a fish/seashell cleaning station.  Using this to clean seashells (and fish) helps to keep sand and odor out of the condo.  Pelicans, terns, gulls, osprey, hawks and many other birds can be seen from the lanai or on the beach.  Keep an eye out for bald eagles, which also live on the island, although they are less frequently seen.  An even greater variety of birds and animal life can be seen in the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge.  Rent a kayak or canoe and spend a morning or an entire day exploring the water and mangroves in the "back country".  In addition to the wide variety of birds, you will probably see turtles, dolphins and maybe even a manatee or two.