Found on the eastern end of Sanibel Island, the Sanibel Lighthouse dates back generations. Also called the Sanibel Island Light or even Point Ybel Light, the old lighthouse was first proposed to be built way back in the 1830s.
While only about 12 miles long, the neighborhoods of Sanibel Island are decidedly different. Essentially, the island is broken down into three main geographic areas.
For beachfront condos on Sanibel Island, consider the many desirable offerings of Pointe Santo de Sanibel. The large condo development provides space for around 140 private condos, coming in one-, two- and even three-bedroom designs.
The 120-year old lighthouse on Sanibel Island may not be open to the public but the grounds are, and it’s worth a close up look since there is convenient beach access to get here and take some nice photos and to collect seashells. The Sanibel Island Light is the first lighthouse on Florida’s Gulf Coast north of Key West.