Select Vacation Properties in Top 500

Select Vacation Properties has been recognized for the second year in a row as one of the Gulf Coast Top 500 by the Florida Business Observer. The 2018 Top 500 list ranks the top 500 companies from nine counties from Polk to Collier by revenue.   In addition to the list, the Top 500 also features strategies and stories of the companies, and bits of information you may not know about them.  In addition to being […]

September Discounts on Sanibel Island!

Book any 7 night stay at Loggerhead Cay 434 between now and December 15th 2018 for just $899 plus tax! No additional fees, no hidden charges, no surprises.  Just seven nights of fabulous sunsets, and warm beach days on exclusive Sanibel Island for less than $129 per night plus tax!  This is a limited time offer, and must reservations must be made before September 30 2018! To take advantage of this special offer, call us […]

Red Tide levels declining on Sanibel

The latest Red Tide Status Update from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission shows that while red tide is still present in the waters off Sanibel, the number of samples testing with high or medium levels has declined by greater than 25% over the last week.  This is the largest weekly decline in red tide levels for any county on the Gulf Coast of Florida.  We look forward to seeing this trend continue until our […]

Resilience in the face of red tide outbreak on Sanibel

In recent weeks it seems that all of the news coming out of Sanibel Island and Southwest Florida regarding the red tide is bad. However, there are plenty of stories of heroism, resilience, survival, hope and recovery, if you take the time to look.  Admittedly, in the first weeks of the recent algae bloom it was hard to find any silver linings, with dead sea life and our sick waterways impossible to ignore. But after […]

Sanibel Red Tide Update

Sanibel Red Tide Bloom- What is it? As of Monday August 5th, conditions appear to be improving on the beaches of Sanibel, after a significant outbreak of red tide last week.  For those not familiar with red tide, it is a colloquial name for a naturally occurring growth of red algae know as Karenia Brevis. Many types of algae naturally occur in the southeastern United States.  Karenia brevis is a dinoflagellate found in the Gulf […]