We spent a week visiting Sanibel Island and its various beaches, but at the end of the day, this quiet little beach may have been our very favorite. We are nature lovers and dislike beaches teeming with people with ugly condos at our backs. Bunche's shoreline is the way nature intended, and it was very peaceful and quiet. If you walk far enough, you will come to a point with some seagrape and mangrove shade that curves around to where the river comes in. I ate my lunch here and felt like I was alone on a Caribbean island. Looks like a great fishing spot, and I would love to kayak there, too. Our kids found interesting creatures by wading out into the shallow, clear water, and the birding was amazing. The shelling was not extremely superb, but not bad. There was NO trash, NO smell, and if you think this beach is "muddy"--well, you have never seen a real mud flat! If you want a huge, wide beach packed with people, with restaurants, bars, and tacky souvenir shops nearby, this is not the beach for you, but if you like a secluded, quiet, natural beach, come to Bunche.
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