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Holiday Fun on Captiva Island

It’s the most wonderful time of the year on Captiva and Sanibel – yes, yes, fall IS wonderful but the winter holidays are right around the corner – and the time to book your stay is NOW. It is truly magical on the island around the holidays…palms trees are wrapped in twinkling lights, carolers sing the classics, there’s a perfect bit of chill in the air (average high is 76° and the average low is 55°) and then there’s Captiva Holiday Village.

Captiva Holiday Village is a holiday celebration, Captiva style. No matter what weekend you visit during the holidays, there is something tropically spectacular for you to enjoy. They’ll be things like fireworks, concerts, a decorated golf cart parade, street dancers, a lighted boat parade and the nearly famous Marching Mullet Band Parade. In all, it’s five weekends of holiday fun for all ages and it all kicks off on Thanksgiving weekend and runs through New Year’s.

Of course, one of the highlights of Captiva Holiday Village is ‘Tween Waters Inn and their holiday lights and decorations. The annual tree lighting event is the evening after Thanksgiving but you can see the lights nightly through the beginning of January 2016.

Captiva House and Crow’s Nest will be featuring special holiday menus and menu items for you and your family so you can have a true taste of the holidays as well.

(Please note that Thanksgiving is about sold out at ‘Tween Waters Inn already so make reservations for your December/winter break/holiday/New Year’s island vacation today!) I hope to see you there.

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Plan Your Captiva Holiday Party Today

It PAYS to plan ahead! Reserve your company or employee holiday party now, and when you and your work companions stay November 29 to December 18 you’ll enjoy 30% off weekends and 50% off Sunday through Thursday on every reservation! Plus, with four fantastic venues to celebrate and party, there’s even more to love!

So go ahead, celebrate the holiDAYS (and nights) and the legendary ‘Tween Waters Inn.

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