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Gulf View 2Br w/ Bikes, Luxury Amenities & Private Beach

Condo: 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Sleeps 4
Location: Marco Island, Florida, United States

Marco Island is the largest of Florida's 10,000 Islands region, an area that boasts over 60 miles of beautiful white sand beaches, comfortable to walk on, easy to fall asleep on, and plenty big to play on all day long. Marco Island vacation rentals are the ideal way to explore this captivating and enchanting area near the southernmost tip of Florida.

Marco Island itself has six miles of sweeping beach that disappears into clear blue water. As part of the 10,000 Islands, you'll find a nearly endless maze of inland waterways. Boaters will enjoy over 100 miles of waterways, and nature lovers will revel in the abundance of beauty. Nature is everywhere, with mangroves, sawgrass and more than 200 species of birds. It is, without a doubt, a birdwatcher's paradise. Marco Island is a year-round destination for both family vacations and eco-tourism, though the winter months are busiest. The waterways surrounding Marco and adjacent islands are teeming with wildlife. You'll find plenty of outfitters ready to take you on an excursion, at virtually any time of the day. Try guided boat or waverunner trips through backwaters, head out for dolphin watching on jet skis, catamarans or a traditional boat, or take a bird-watching eco cruise.

Fort Myers and Naples may be nearby, but you'll feel like you're a world away on Marco Island. Tigertail Beach Park is a popular public beach, featuring five boardwalks, plenty of picnic areas, playgrounds, bathhouse and concessions stands. Or, check out South Marco Beach. It's pristine and offers free parking and restrooms. There's also Lovers Key State Park, which has been listed as one of Florida's top beaches by a variety of media outlets. Lovers Key sits on an undeveloped barrier island. Park Rangers offer guided tours where you can learn how to cast a net, bird watch and more. You'll find a wide beach with plenty of space, hiking and biking trails, canoeing, kayaking and fishing.
Even if you're lucky enough to get a Marco Island vacation rental right on the beach, you may want to get out and see what else this beautiful island has to offer. Here are a list of the top beaches on Marco Island, along with some important information about each one.

Lovers Key State Park. It's a Florida State Park, which means it's awesome. Peace, quite, and an abundance of wildlife and fun, relaxing activities await. It used to be accessible only by boat as it's made up of four barrier islands. You really get a sense of being away from it all. Manatees, dolphins, spoonbills and more are all in easy view. There are 5 miles of multiuse trails on Black Island alone. Book kayak tours, bike rides and canoes at the fully stocked concession building. You'll find it on CR865, conveniently between the beaches of Fort Myers and Bonita. It's open from 8 am to sunset, and admission is just $8 for vehicles with 2 - 8 people ($2 for each additional passenger), $4 for a single occupant, and $2 for pedestrians, and bicyclists.
8700 Estero Boulevard Fort Myers Beach, Florida 33931 (239) 463-4588

Barefoot Beach State Preserve. How does 342 acres of unspoiled, undeveloped barrier island sound for a relaxing and memorable day at the beach? Absolutely wonderful? Yes. This incredible beach is one of the last undeveloped barrier islands along the Southwest Coast of Florida. You literally enter a different world at Barefoot Beach, one that existed before all the development overtook so much of Florida. While that development has been great for Florida and gives many more people the opportunity to enjoy the Sunshine State, it's also wonderful to be able to escape to a place that seems like its from a different place and time. Park Rangers offer interpretive programs, there's a concession building, a nature trail, showers, picnic area and lots of natural beauty. It's near Bonita Beach Park, so you could make a day at both beaches. Open 8 am to sunset. Parking is $8 per vehicle.
5901 Bonita Beach Road Bonita Springs, FL 34134 Phone: (239) 252-4000

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