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The 14 square mile tropical island of Marco Island is situated in the far southwestern part of Collier County and is surrounded by the natural beauty of mangroves and waterways, the Ten Thousand Islands to the south and the Gulf of Mexico to the west.
Marco Island is a world-class tropical Florida oasis away from busy schedules with modern, convenient access by road and air. Survey your vision of this new world from an airy sea balcony, beach cabana, campground hideaway or Old Florida porch rocker. Marco Island is best known for its rich archeological sites which reveal the good life Florida Calusa Indians shared with nature until the 16th century.
Enjoy scores of lush tropical championship golf courses and tennis courts, shops, spas and restaurants nearby. Cooling breezes waft you across two bridges, to Naples Florida in the north and to the emerald wilderness of the Everglades in the south.
Marco Island Florida
Marco Island has much to offer from waterfront condos for sale, Marco Island developments, to villas and estate homes surrounded by lush Florida landscaping. Many of Marco Island Condos have great rental policies for Florida vacation rental properties and most have wonderful amenities such as fitness centers, pools, covered assigned parking and 24-hour security. About 60 percent of Marco Island properties are located on the water, either on man made canals, the Marco River or on estuaries and bays. Multimillion-dollar estate homes, condo efficiencies, time share, single family homes and villas, are all within easy walking or bicycle riding distance to the beach.
Several Marco Beach Condominium communities enjoy beachfront access to our gorgeous white sand beaches and turquoise Gulf waters and have the added advantage of waterfront sunset views from their balconies.
Environment and Outdoors
There is so much to do if you live or vacation on Marco Island, such as bird watching, hiking Tigertail Beach, shopping, theater, diving, parasailing, swimming, fishing in the Ten Thousand Islands or off your dock.
Hundreds of exotic flora and fauna inhabit Marco Island Florida. Native hammocks, mangroves and estuaries along island shorelines connect with the unparalleled 50 square-mile "River of Grass", known as the Everglades.
Just a short distance away from Marco Island, ranger-friendly nature preserves and parks border the 1.5 million-acre Everglades National Park. Here boardwalks and tours introduce nature lovers to resident Marco Island Florida wildlife such as alligators, bobcats, wood storks, ibis, anhingas and roseate spoonbills.
Marco Island Beaches
There are six miles of public beach in Marco Island Florida and six Marco Island City parks including designated trails just for bicycles. Enjoy easy, convenient public beach access at Tigertail Beach and South Beach, while Marco Island's own Hideaway Beach, even though public, like the name, is quite a long hike to access. Residents Beach offers private beach access to residents of Marco Island exclusively.