Welcome to Baywatch Cabana, a quiet efficiency cabana situated on 3 acres along the Roosevelt Channel on Captiva Island. This unique property is located directly across from the small historic island of Buck Key and one mile North of Blind Pass for exceptional shelling. The property offers two private docks with water and electric for the avid boater or fisherman. Start your day watching the sunrise over Buck Key. Manatee, dolphin and a variety of local birds such as the Osprey, Bald Eagle, Herons and Pelicans are fascinating to watch as they play in the area waterways. This is truly natures paradise! The dock also has a bench to relax after a full day on the water. The Captiva Village area is 1.7 miles North to enjoy the local restaurants, island shops, boutiques, galleries and live music. Bikes are very popular at Baywatch Cabana and can be rented nearby. Venture out and explore the island.
This charming efficiency cabana has a queen bed and sleeps 2 comfortably. There is a sofa, table and flat screen TV. The partial kitchen includes a microwave and full size frigerator. The bathroom has a tub shower combination. There is a large covered screened porch. The Baywatch Cabana and Baywatch Cabin share the heated pool nearby at the main house. Baywatch Cabana is a comfortable Captiva Island efficiency perfect for your island getaway. Blind Pass nearby for beach access and world famous shelling.
ABOUT CAPITVA ISLAND AND THE AREA
Captiva which is connected to Sanibel by a small bridge called Blind Pass, is 6 miles long; and Pine Island is 17 miles in length. Originally Captiva was part of Sanibel Island but when it was severed in 1926 by a hurricane's storm surge, Blind Pass was created separating the two islands. Baywatch Cabana is located on Captiva Drive 1 mile from Blind Pass Beach and 1.7 miles from Andy Rosse Lane. Andy Rosse Lane is located in downtown Captiva and has plenty of restaurants and shops to check out! Enjoy a sunset cocktail while listening to live music at Mucky Duck or explore the famous Bubble Room and taste one of their award winning desserts! If you’re not exploring the island, take your private or rented boat out from the Baywatch dock and enjoy all the fishing Roosevelt Channel! If you’re not catching fish, you have a great chance of seeing dolphins, manatees, and all the other natural Florida wildlife this beautiful Captiva Island has to offer! You can also visit: CROW- Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife, J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge and Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum.
Enjoy free access to some of the finest resorts on Captiva and Sanibel-complete with free or discounted values of more than $100 on dining, beverages, shopping, spa services, boating, kayaking, fishing, paddleboarding, golfing and more. Learn More.
Have questions? Call the Sanibel Captiva Island Vacation Rentals Team for more information, including a list of local vendors that rent items such as bicycles, kayaks, and baby equipment.