Bowman's Beach Named "Most Secluded U.S Beach" By Travel Site
If you have ever visited Sanibel Island, you understand the incredible feeling of serenity that comes over you when crossing the Causeway.
It's not overpopulated with people and high-rise condo towers, allowing vacationers and even residents to feel cut of from the rest of the world...and love every second of it.
To affirm that belief, Sherman's Travel has named Sanibel's own Bowman Beach as the most secluded beach in the United States.
Per their website:
"The secret is out about the beauty of Sanibel Island’s linen-white sand beaches – situated about 25 miles southwest of Fort Myers, Florida – so you won’t be alone in searching for a stretch of a secluded U.S. beach to call your own. But that’s just what you’ll get when you leave your car and make the quarter-mile walk to Bowman’s Beach, Sanibel’s most peaceful place. The island is well-known as one of the best shelling spots in the country, but you’ll find little competition here. There’s minimal development and ditto on amenities – though Bowman’s does have one perk not found on any other beach on Sanibel: barbecue grills."
Well put, and hats off to those that frequent the beach. It's a distinction that "in-the-know" local beach goers should be lauded for; looking to embrace that feeling of isolation what soaking in the sun.