On Marco Island, nature and art brilliantly intertwine to create a world-class visitor experience! This tiny island perched off the southern-most tip of Florida awaits your arrival.

From community theater performances to unique art galleries, Marco Island has a variety of choices for cultural activities. While on the island, you can visit the art league facility, historic exhibits, and working artists' studios. There also are numerous civic events like street festivals, outdoor art fairs, and concerts throughout the year.

Marco Island is a water lover’s paradise. The best beaches on Marco Island are Tigertail Beach, a county park at the end of Hernando Dr. and South Marco Beach at the southern end of the island. The biggest and best beachfront resorts are found along South Collier Blvd.

Marco Island is the gateway to the 10,000 islands area along Florida’s peninsula. Marco Island Boat Tours offers a variety of excursions that include wildlife and shelling, or kayak tours through the remote islands. Fishing the deep offshore waters and exploring the secluded islands by boat are very popular. Playful dolphins and gentile manatees welcome you along with more than 200 species of birds, including the American bald eagle. There are dozens of marinas throughout Marco, especially along Bald Eagle Dr, that offer fishing charters and boat rentals for the adventurous. Key West Express also sails from Marco Island for visitors who are departing from Collier County locations.

Land lubbers can explore Marco Island by bike or trolley and discover its past as a secluded hideaway for Indians, pirates and famous explorers. Many tourists enjoy local color at the island’s outdoor "chickee bars.”

You’ll discover that Marco Island offers a style all its own. Your best tourist information source for and about this destination is the Marco Island Chamber of Commerce.

A magnificent view of the beach at Marco Island will assure you that
you have truly arrived in paradise.
Come shop and play in beautiful Marco Island!