Marco Island is on the Gulf of Mexico
in Southwest Florida
, USA. It is situated at the northernmost point of the picturesque Ten Thousand Islands.
Marco Island is graced with miles of white-sand beaches, luxurious lodging and villas, beautiful year-round weather, sumptuous restaurants, fine shopping, dining, lively entertainment, attractions and plenty of recreational activities
from boating and fishing, to golf and tennis, and more. Accommodations, condo rentals, vacation rentals and villa rentals are all set amid the stunning subtropical beauty that is unique to Southwest Florida's Gulf coast
From family vacations to a romantic trip for two, Marco Island, Florida is an unforgettable paradise. Explore the accommodation, vacation rental, villa rental and condo rental choices is this unique community.
The restaurants will delight your taste buds with fresh seafood
and their wonderful island creations. Explore the wilderness of the Ten Thousand Islands by land, boat or air. There is superb fishing opportunities and abundant wildlife to see.
Some of the major attractions include the Marco Island Princess boat tour, a comedy show at Off the Hook Comedy Club. If you are in need of some retail therapy, enjoy the local boutiques and shops that you can find at The Esplanade. These are just a few of the countless activities
for visitors of Marco Island staying in the beautiful accommodations, vacation rentals or villa rentals.
Southwest Florida has some of the best backwater fishing in the country. With of miles of shoreline, countless oyster bars and acres of seagrass, the area attracts a large number of different species of salt water fish including sought after game fish such as snook, redfish, spotted seatrout, and tarpon.
The Marco Island area is a golfer's delight.
In addition to its own offerings, neighbouring Naples is home to many superb courses, including superb accommodation, vacation rental and villa rental options.
The island even has its very own archaeological site, Key Marco
, which was excavated in 1896 by Frank Hamilton Cushing of the Smithsonian Institution. Cushing recovered more than 1,000 wooden artifacts from this site, the largest number of wooden artifacts from any prehistoric archaeological site in the eastern United States.