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The most popular car hire location is Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), which is just over 25 mins' drive from the centre (about 25km).
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The most popular car rental brands in Fort Myers are Dollar, Budget, Alamo, Thrifty and Hertz.
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Warmest month: August (28°C)
Coldest month: January (17°C)
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Hire a car in Fort Myers
Fort Myers may not grab attention like other Floridian cities but it does maintain its own celebrity status.
Resting on the banks of the Caloosahatchee River, the city was once home to two of America’s greatest inventors – Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Though Fort Myers is quieter and more laid-back than its eastern counterparts, it's still surrounded by great beaches and a holiday atmosphere.
Visit the city’s historic homes or catch a baseball game before hitting the road for a great American road trip. Drive south through Florida’s Everglades or east to Daytona Beach for true beach party experience.
Fort Myers: Discover more
Fort Myers is in the West of Florida, with the wonderful Fort Myers Beach spread along the thin sliver of Estero Island. It’s one of the most perfect sandy beaches in the world, making Fort Myers ideal for a traditional relaxed summer holiday. The bay area includes the protected Estero Aquatic Preserve. Here you can arrange nature tours and cruises to see the remarkable diversity of life including dolphins, seabirds and the amazing manatees. At the southern tip of Fort Myers is the serene and romantic Bowditch Point Regional Park. Another strikingly attractive area, it has a local reputation as the best place in Florida from which to watch the sunset. Away from the beaches, there are other interesting highlights. The Thomas Edison and Henry Ford Winter Estates are filled with fascinating artefacts and exhibits on the two men, who both had holiday homes next to each other here in the early 20th century.
Great Sights at Bargain Prices
There’s plenty to discover in the surrounding area from wonderful natural sights to museums. A few miles south of the town is the peaceful Lover’s Key State Park. Made up of several small islets, here an old tram trundles through a thriving mangrove forest and delivers you at one of the finest beaches in Florida. The area is teeming with life, with everything from turtles to bald eagles. It’s also a popular area for angling, swimming or simply relaxing by the seashore.