Jderden777, if you're wondering about the approach to RSW, heres a good breakdown of it for you, from personal experiece (3x a year, for 8 years now).
Approach onto Runway 06/24
-you come down and pass over Sarasota and Port Charlotte
-you hug the coast all the way to Cayo Costa island
-Once at Cayo Costa, you make an easy left turn a few degrees to slip between North Captiva Island and Pine Island
-you pass Captiva and eventually Sanibel. You'll know you've hit Sanibel once a long causeway of about a mile stretches out underneath you from the beautiful San-Cap islands to Fort Myers
-Once at the tip of Sanibel, you make a pretty steep left turn to put you on the final approach with RSW
-this path will take you out over the water a bit, but you will hit land quickly, beginning with Fort Myers Beach, Bonita Springs, or Cape Coral, depending on how wide your turn is. Usually, we come over Bonita Springs, but it is not uncommon to go over Cape Coral. If your pilot puts you over Fort Myers Beach, then he has made his turn a little too narrow or early and you can expect some adjustment turns in the next few minutes
-After passing over the beaches, you will hit a large stretch of marshland with some roads, golf courses, and housing developments carved out of them. you're almost there
-Finally, after passing a large pond, you will make a final, small left turn to put the runway straight ahead of you. After that, it's just houses and golf courses all the way in.
Enjoy the trip to my favorite airport.