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How to Get to Bonita Springs

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When it comes to how to get to Bonita Springs, there are a few different routes you can take to discover the sunny, tropical paradise of Southwest Florida. Whether you are looking for a getaway to refresh your mind, body and soul, or you’re seeking an escape from the cooler weather, there are a lot of things to discover in Bonita Springs and Southwest Florida.
But, first, how do you get to Bonita Springs? Of course, you can plug in the address into your GPS, but here at Royal Shell, we want to make sure you have a smooth trip and have no problem finding your Bonita Springs vacation rental. So, sit back, breathe in the warm Florida air, put on your sunglasses, and get ready for your trip to the city that calls itself “The Gateway to the Gulf.”

Bonita Springs is Centrally Located

If you’re travelling to your Bonita Springs vacation rental from another state, Southwest Florida international Airport is going to be your best option. It’s about a 20-30-minute drive to Bonita Springs, depending on traffic. From the airport, there are a variety of ways to get to the area.

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The Southwest Florida region and Bonita Springs are one of the most family-friendly cities to visit. There are a variety of parks, restaurant, shopping centers, historical attraction, nature hikes and water sport activities available. The entire family is sure to be able to find something to keep them all entertained.

One way to get to Bonita Springs is to drive through the picturesque downtown center via Old U.S. 41. It looks like it went back in time and it has a real community vibe. Local artists have recently begun painting murals that represent the area’s history on various buildings. It truly is a charming and eclectic small town.

There are a few different ways to get to Bonita Springs. One of the main thoroughfares is Bonita Beach Road. Known as exit 116 off I-75, it’ll take you past the Imperial Parkway, U.S. 41 and Old U.S. 41. These are all main roadways in Bonita Springs. Bonita Beach Boulevard will take you to Fort Myers Beach, but it is still considered Bonita Springs up until about Lovers Key State Park.

Navigating Downtown Bonita Springs

Most of downtown Bonita Springs and the historic district are located off of Old U.S. 41. East Terry Street also passes through downtown Bonita Springs. If you’re looking for an enjoyable and leisurely bike ride through the city, downtown is also pretty bike-friendly.

In addition to biking along Old U.S. 41, it is also small enough to walk to the handful of shops and restaurants along the Old U.S. 41 corridor near Riverside Park and Everglades Wonder Gardens.

Royal Shell Connects Guests to Bonita Springs

When you arrive to the Southwest Florida area, Royal Shell will make sure everything is covered for your Bonita Springs vacation. Our professional team can help you choose a vacation rental property that checks off the boxes on your wish list. 

Let us know when you’d like to visit our slice of paradise and we’ll make sure everything is in order for a memorable vacation.

Bonita Springs vacation rental properties include:


The exclusive amenities that are available will vary with each. These perks could include a pool, beachfront access, golf course, golf course access, and more. Now that you know how to get to beautiful Bonita springs, we can’t wait to meet you and help you plan the trip of a lifetime

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