Estero Fl is a small fishing village on Lee Road in Lee County Florida. As of the 2010 US census, the number of people living in the village was 22,412, where it was then an unincorporated neighborhood, or county-designated area. Currently, the number of people who live there is not known. This is because the village was incorporated into Lee County but then left unincorporated in the last year. Lee County records still list the location of Estero Fl as being on Lee Road.

The first known address of Estero Fl was on Old Lee Road near Miromar. It is not known whether that was the original address or the relocated one. Some records were kept in the Lee County Register of Deeds and Records for this location. You can see some of those records online at the Florida Public Record Site. So if you are ever curious about the name of Estero Fl, it may be possible to gain some information about the location.

Besides having an unincorporated area of its own, Estero Fl has developed several other interesting places to visit and stay in. One of these is the Lee County Historical Society Museum, which is near the center of Estero Fl. It was established in 1974. Among the artifacts you can find in the museum are a fish hook, a piece of pottery, a piece of iron equipment, and a Civil War era rifle. Other attractions in the museum include the Lee County Alarm System Museum, the historic Lee Highway, the Lee Memorial and Lee County Courthouse, and the Historic Southern plantation homes. If you are looking for a place to eat, you will find many restaurants in Estero Fl.

Two restaurants that you should check out while in Estero Fl are the Evergreen restaurant and Sapphire Lagoon. The Evergreen restaurant offers seafood, burgers, and shakes and is known for its fresh seafood. Sapphire Lagoon offers various entrees including the ever popular clam chowder and is known for its shrimp, clams, mussels, and oysters. These are just two of the restaurants near Estero Fl that you should check out if you are in search of somewhere to get good food with good value for your money. This area of Florida has all kinds of restaurants that cater to all kinds of tastes.

The South Fork Grille in Estero Fl, if you are looking for some authentic Floridian cuisine, is located right on Main Street. It is owned by Jonny Andrews, who also owns the Comfort Inn, a bed & breakfast in the Evergreen area that is a favorite among travelers. He came to the United States when he was very young and learned how to cook from his father, who was in the restaurant business. He then decided to open a restaurant based on his passion for food, and you will taste the vibes of southern hospitality as you dine at one of his restaurants near Estero Fl.

If you want to experience true Floridian flavors, then head to Miromar during your visit to Estero. This small town is located about twenty miles from Estero and offers you and your family some great local flavors along with a lot of cultural experiences. Miromar features a Filipino owned flatbread kitchen that is known for their spicy carnitas and other delicious foods. The flatbread kitchen is also where you can get a taste of authentic Filipino hospitality while enjoying your meal.

If you are a history buff, then you will surely want to spend time at the Casa de Nacre (bookshop) located on San Quentin Island. The shop is a small historic building that houses over three hundred book titles and a small collection of maps. You will find some interesting antiques here such as a replica of The Golden Gate Bridge. In addition, if you want to know more about Mexican history, visit the Teotihuacan heritage center. Many visitors come here to see the tortoiseshell pueblo that is found here as well.

Last but not least, Estero is also home to several world class restaurants that you can visit while you are in the area. Visit Tony Lama with his staff at Kung Mangao, which is considered as one of the finest Thai restaurants in the world. You will also want to stop by at Babalou Restaurant at the south fork grille. Other great spots include La Habana Grill, Pizzeria Zamboni, Babalou Cafe, and the Ollie’s Lobster Feast.