Marco Island

Beautiful and friendly

Just minutes from Naples, Marco Island offers a tropical island escape for lovers, eco-tourists and boaters alike. Marco, the largest of the Ten Thousand Islands, welcomes visitors to its four-mile, crescent-shaped beach, and grants easy access to the unspoiled Everglades.

There's something for everyone on Marco Island - the warm Gulf climate provides a languishing escape for honeymooners and couples seeking a breathtaking Florida beach wedding.

Eco-tourists will be in awe of Marco's natural wonders - shell-lined shores, playful dolphins, mangrove islands and sandbars. Snowbirds will love the sleepy, swanky ambiance.

Outdoor Focus

You don't come to Marco Island to stay in your hotel. Highlights of outdoor activities include:

Area Attractions

If you'd rather be dockside, you can tee-off at one of Marco's many golf courses. Browse Old Marco Island boutiques and dine on seafood caught fresh from local shores. While the Marco Island Chamber of Commerce has many vacation ideas, one must-see highlight is:

Area Events

Nightlife

When the sun sets so does everything else, with the exception of the island's movie theater and a few hotel bars. Drive to Naples Inn at Pelican Bay to dance to reggae music and enjoy hors d'oeuvres.

Accommodation

At Marco Island you can choose from beachfront island resorts (with wedding packages), historic inns, rental homes and condos. Or stay in nearby Everglades City at a historic lodge, bed and breakfast, motel or campground.

Need to Know

Water, weddings and wildlife make Marco Island a dream vacation spot. Marco Island escapes are just a click away.

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