She sells seashells at her Fort Myers Beach Hotel
You ﬁnally arrived. You’ve beendreaming about your Fort Myers Beachvacation for years.
You booked your Fort Myers Beach hotel, spending hours online doingresearch and ﬁnding the place of your dreams on the beach of your dreams.
You drop your bags inside your FortMyers Beach Hotel,grab your ﬂip ﬂopsand head straightfor the beach. At last, paradisebeneath your feet.
As you stroll along the beautifulsandy beaches collectingseashells, here’s something tokeep in mind. Only seashells thatare empty, with no live animal init are legal to collect.
All shells that contain live animals, including sanddollars, sea urchins, and hermit crabs are prohibited frombeing collected by visitors and residents by laws andordinances that have been set out by the town of Fort MyersBeach and local counties.Don’t get caught with shells thatmight cause you some trouble with the locals. When in doubt,ask your Fort Myers Beach hotel staff for more informationon what shells you can and cannot keep.
If shells are your thing, not too far from Fort Myers Beachis the Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum, that features more than30 exhibits of shells from around the world. The Bailey-Matthews Museum is devoted to shell art and history,habitat, rare specimens and so much more.
Your Fort Myers Beach Hotel staff will be able to provideyou more information on how to get to the Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum from your hotel in Fort Myers Beach.