Just a few minutes’ drive south of Naples, the star attraction of Marco Island is the array of beautiful white-sandy beaches where you can enjoy total relaxation under the Floridian sunshine. Set amid stunning and unspoilt natural beauty, the island boasts a wonderful, laid-back atmosphere and great hospitality from local people. You’ll find a selection of great restaurants in the resort, and a good choice of shops. Our superb villas are dotted all around the island within easy reach of the facilities on offer. Many of these excellent properties even boast their own boat dock.View villas in Marco Island
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Orlando has evolved into a culinary destination with restaurant options for every taste, offering traditional Burgers, Chicken, Cuban Sandwiches and of course big juicy Steaks in all sizes. For the seafood lovers, why not try, Stone Crab, Rock Shrimps, Gator bites, Conch Fritters, Oysters, Scallops, followed by a large piece of Key Lime Pie, washed down with a glass of freshly squeezed Florida Orange juice, or if you prefer something stronger, one of the many beers, wines and cocktails on offer. You can also find family-fun themed restaurants in Florida, the Orlando area really offers a surprisingly diverse array of gourmet delights, you will never get bored of dining out and you will never be hungry.
Tranquil evenings can be had on Marco Island, with an excellent array of restaurants dotted around the island, whether you are looking to sample some fresh fish, enjoy fine dining or have a bite to eat in a relaxed family friendly restaurant.
If you love being on the water, then Marco Island is the ideal place for you! With an array of water based activities for your to enjoy, from boat trips where you can fish, go shelling and spot dolphins, to kayaking, canoeing and many other water sports on offer.
The largest subtropical wilderness in the USA, the Everglades protects an unparalled landscape, providing important habitat for numerous wildlife, many rare and endangered species, such as the manatee, American crocodile and the Florida panther. Within a 40 minute drive from Marco Island, the Everglades is well worth a visit while in the Gulf Coast, with many tour options available, whether you want to make your own way there and explore the park by airboat or swamp buggy, or book one of the many tours on offer.
Tigertail Beach Park
Packed with amenities, Tigertail Beach has everything from natural resources to beachside amenities, whether you simply want to relax on the white sands or enjoy spotting the wide variety of wildlife inhabiting this area. Ideal for families, Tigertail boasts a playground, an education kiosk and butterfly garden. For water sports enthusiasts, an array of rentals are on offer, from kayaks and stand-up paddleboards, to water trikes and boats. A picnic area with tables and grills offers a place to have lunch or there is a café offering food and drinks.
This small but captivating zoo is set in Caribbean botanical gardens, with plenty of animals to see, live shows, feeding giraffe opportunities, play areas and even a boat trip taking you to several islands where you can see different types of monkeys. A popular choice for a day out, within a 35 minute drive of Marco Island.
Situated with 40 minutes drive of Marco Island, offering one million gallons of water fun, Sun-N-Fun Lagoon includes four pools, a long lazy river, a lit splash playground and five exciting water slides.
A great place to spend the day with the family, with a water splash pad, kids’ playground, sports facilities and so much more.
Isles of Capri Marina
From here kayaks and pontoon boats can be hired and used to explore the waters around Marco Island.