Shop Till You Drop in Fort Myers Outlets, Malls, Markets and More

Convenience, accessibility and selection; this is what you will find in in malls and shopping centers in the Fort Myers area. With plenty of parking at all of these spots, you can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Local shopping options include both high-brow and kitsch, along with a variety of food offerings should you need a drink or a bite to fuel your efforts.

For great discounts at brand name and designer stores, you can’t beat the outdoor shopping at Miromar Outlets. Easy to spot, just off of Interstate 75, you will find everything from Coach and Nike, to Chico’s and Bose, as well as lots of local restaurants and bars.  

Full price and a little more upscale is shopping at Coconut Point Mall. Shoppers enjoy more than 140 specialty stores like Apple, Teavana, and West Elm, as well as so-called "box stores" like Best Buy, Ulta and Target. Take a break and catch a flick at the cinema here, or enjoy dining at popular chains as well as local joints.

Sanibel Island and the beaches have lots of places to shop for silly souvenirs as well as high-end art and clothing. No matter what kind of shopping you're looking for, the Fort Myers area has you and your wallet covered.  

Ortiz Avenue Flea Market


Ortiz Avenue's nearly 600 indoor and outdoor vendors sell everything from beach towels and clothing to luggage and musical instruments; new and old. However, the market's most cherished offerings are its superb, amazingly priced fresh local...  Read More



A whopping 400,000 square feet of bargain bliss await visitors at this enormous Fort Myers flea market. With over 900 vendors, Fleamasters is the largest market in Southwest Florida and offers an astounding variety of merchandise, including, but...  Read More

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Edison Mall


One of Southwest Florida's largest indoor shopping centers, the Edison Mall offers patrons more than 160 clothing, specialty and gift stores. The enclosed, climate-controlled setting makes it ideal for a rainy day shopping extravaganza. Anchor...  Read More

The Shell Factory & Nature Park


The Shell Factory is more than a shopping destination, it's a family entertainment destination as well. Located in North Fort Myers, this fun shopping center features well over 65,000 feet of retail space full of merchandise ranging from...  Read More

Sanibel Island
Tanger Outlets


Gather your friends, family, favorite shopaholic and your wallet, then head to this spacious outlet mall, lined with soaring palms and over 60 brand-name stores. If you are vacationing on Sanibel or Captiva Islands, this will be your last...  Read More

Fort Myers Villas


The Bell Tower Shops is an outdoor shopping complex that is home to numerous upscale national shops like Brodeur Carvell and WIlliams-Sonoma, along with unique local boutiques and galleries. The center's open-air design is undergoing a major...  Read More



One of the most all-encompassing shopping center in Fort Myers, this outdoor village-like mall is home to an astounding array of more than 70 stores. Adults, teens and even tiny tot tourists can find something here, whether it be fishing...  Read More

Sanibel Island
Periwinkle Place


Boasting more than 35 retail shops, Periwinkle Place looks as much like a well-manicured public space as it does a shopping center. Situated along and named after Sanibel's main road, it's the largest shopping plaza on the island. This is the...  Read More

Miromar Outlets
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Just off of Interstate 75, only 18 miles from the city of Fort Myers, this award winning, open-air Mediterranean-style outlet mall's bright covered sidewalks are lined with over 160 designer and brand-name stores. Amidst picturesque fountains,...  Read More

Coconut Point


This open-air, Main Street-style mall just south of Fort Myers in Estero, is the center of a 500-acre master-planned community, giving it a unique and relaxed atmosphere. Surrounded by glistening lakes and fountains, shoppers stroll the lovely...  Read More


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