Little Gasparilla Island is a barrier island off of the southwest coast of Florida.  It lies south of Sarasota and north of Fort Myers.  The island is best know by it's closest "relative" Gasparilla Island where the town of Boca Grande is located.  Boca Grande is know as the "Tarpon Fishing Capital" of the world.  There are many tarpon tournaments held yearly in Boca Grande.  Little Gasparilla is only accessible by boat, adding to it's charm and quaintness.  If you are looking for a vacation spot "away from it all" yet close enough to it all, Little Gasparilla is the place for you.  The island teems with wildlife and.  It is not unusual to see in the span of one day  Bald Eagles, Gopher Tortoises, Dolphins, Manatees and Sea Turtles.   

Our Location:

A slice of paradise! The Captain's Bungalow is located on a barrier island accessible by boat only (water taxi available if needed).  No cars, no traffic, only the sounds of the Gulf surf and the island breezes blowing through the tall Australian pines.

From the front yard you can view the dock on the bay and the white sandy beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.  Picture your family and friends enjoying the large grassy yard for games and hours and hours of outdoor fun!

Our Island Home:

The Captain's Bungalow is a stilt home that includes  bedrooms on upper and lower levels.          Sleeps 6. 

Upper level includes: two bedrooms one bath, large open cathedral ceiling floor plan which includes the kitchen, bar and family room.  Soak up the island atmosphere on the large screened porch with a view of the Gulf of Mexico. Lower level includes:  one spacious room equipped with two twin beds and one bath.  

Book your dates and enjoy your slice of paradise on Little Gasparilla Island! Email us now.

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Our Staff:

What staff?
There is no staff!
                                     You are completely on your own!
                                                                                If you don't have your own boat, arrangements can be made to drop you off or you can take a water taxi, see the links page.