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About Marco Island

Measuring six miles long and four miles wide, Marco Island, Florida, is the largest and only developed land in Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands. Once inhabited by descendants of the Mayans, it is both historically significant and stunningly beautiful. Marco Island vacation rentals are set amid a wonderland of pristine white sand beaches, slash pine forests, mangrove swamps, and well-developed areas with convenient dining and exhilarating recreational activities for all visitors to enjoy.  


Hugging Florida’s Southwest coast, Marco Island makes up a portion of “Paradise Coast” along with Naples and The Everglades. The area sees subtropical weather and has a strong marine influence from the Gulf of Mexico. Throughout the year, daytime temperatures soar into the 90s during the summer months and dip into the 70s in the winter. Refreshing sea breezes keep visitors and locals alike comfortable and spectacular sunsets over the Gulf can be seen year-round. Peak season runs from January through April, but May through December is when travelers can find great deals on Marco Island vacation rentals.

Things to do

When the beach beckons, two popular spots for sun and fun are Tigertail Beach and South Marco Beach. Tigertail Beach offers volleyball nets, boardwalks, a butterfly garden, showers, restrooms and umbrella and beach chair rentals. Nearby South Marco Beach also offers a beautiful beach oasis for sunning and activities like snorkeling, parasailing and windsurfing. Birding enthusiasts will appreciate Briggs Nature Center where a variety of bird species, including roseate spoonbills, ospreys and bald eagles, can be observed. Out of the sun, visit the Marco Island Historical Museum for a look at Southwest Florida’s Calusa Indians, the disappeared civilization that once gave life to Marco Island. Interesting exhibits trace history and an exciting recreated village scene gives visitors a look into the island’s early roots as a fishing village, pineapple plantation and clam cannery. After a full day of non-stop activity, you can unwind in the comfort of one of Marco Island’s many home rentals.


Hit the open waters with Sea Shell Tours for a scenic boat ride in the Gulf of Mexico. You’ll stop along the way for renowned shelling at some of the surrounding island beaches and can expect to see dolphins swimming along the boat. Marco Island also has great secluded fishing spots for visitors to ...

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