About the Property
Home, 3 Bedrooms, 2.0 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
Spend your island getaway in this special home: one of Marco Island's early Deltona homes that has been beautifully updated with all the modern luxuries of today! Located on the water with direct access to the Gulf in a tranquil area of Marco Island, this well-appointed 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom single family home has everything you need to stay for a week or more. If serenity is what you seek, this home has you covered both inside and out. Spend your days splashing in the heated pool, lounging on the sun drenched southern-facing lanai, or fishing at the water's edge, all the while spying for dolphins and other wildlife in the canal. Inside, the home's copious windows and floor to ceiling sliders, bring the bright sunshine and lovely water views to nearly every room in the house. Whether it's your 1st or 50th trip to Marco Island, this beautiful home with its light-filled spaces and soothing aesthetic will make you fall more in love with island life day after day!
The home includes:
- King master bedroom w/TV and lanai access, dual closets, and ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower
- Queen guest bedroom
- Second guest bedroom with two twin beds
- Guest bathroom with dual sinks and walk-in shower
- Large living area w/flatscreen TV, game area and coffee nook
- Indoor dining area with seating for 6
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- 2 car garage
- Heated pool
- Picture window screened-in lanai w/southern exposure
- Waterfront with direct Gulf access minutes away
- Charcoal grill
- Beach gear including beach chairs, umbrellas, beach cart, towels, cooler
Proximity to Points of Interest
- 3.0 mi to Tigertail Beach (paid parking available)
- 3.2 mi to Maple Ave. Public Beach Access Point (no public parking available)
- 4.0 mi to Winterverry Beach Access (paid parking available)
- 4.4 mi to South Marco Beach Access Point (paid parking available)
- 1.1 mi to Publix
- 1.5 mi to Winn Dixie
Restaurants and Shopping
- 0.8 mi to Dolphin Tiki Bar & Grill
- 1.1 mi to Marco Town Center Mall (Marco Island Brewery, Crazy Flamingo and many more!)
- 1.1 mi to Island Plaza (Davide's, Beall's Outlet, CVS and more!)
- 1.2 mi to Speakeasy Restaurant
- 1.5 mi to Esplanade Shoppes (CJ's on the Bay, Mangoes, Butterfly Beach, Revival Yoga and many more!)
- 1.8 mi to to Snook Inn and Olde Marco
- 3.3 mi to JW Marriott (Tesoro, 10K Alley Gastropub, Quinn’s on the Beach, Kane’s and many more!)
- 1 mi to Rose Marina
- 1.1 mi to Starbucks and Walgreens
- 3.9 mi to Marco Garden and Golf
- 17 mi to Downtown Naples
- 45 mi to Southwest Florida International Airport (Fort Myers)
Still not convinced this is the place for you? Then reach out to iTrip Vacations Marco Island and we will be delighted to answer any questions you have and to make sure we put you and your family in the home that best suits your reason(s) for traveling. Take advantage of the iTrip app to help you prepare for your trip and to make the most of your time on our beautiful island. With so much to see and do, we are confident you will want to return year after year and tell your friends about this hidden jewel in SW Florida.
Minimum number of persons: 1
Maximum number of persons: 6
A Marco Island vacation provides a tropical escape in southwest Florida! iTrip Vacations Marco Island manages rentals in Marco Island, Goodland and Isles of Capri.
Situated between Naples and the Florida Everglades, Marco Island is the largest and most developed area in Ten Thousand Islands, a chain of barrier islands off the Gulf coast. Our guests enjoy direct access to beaches and a variety of water-related activities. To start the day, go canoeing, kayaking, shelling, and dolphin and whale-watching. For those into scuba diving, the Artificial Reef Project off Marco Island's coast provides a habitat for over 200 fish species and sea turtles as they migrate from Ten Thousand Islands. Rent equipment to explore on your own, or book a local tour that showcases the area's best spots.
When it's time to venture outdoors, visitors have several public beaches and parks that welcome everyone. Popular spots include South Marco Beach, Keewaydin Island, Tigertail Beach and Cape Romano. In addition, enjoy Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Isles of Capri Marina and Marco Island Marina. For a day trip, drive east to the Everglades where visitors can ride airboats and bicycles as well as kayak. Home to thousands of birds – including herons, egrets, burrowing owls, bald eagles, ospreys, pelicans, shorebirds and seabirds – Marco Island is also a bird lover’s paradise.
Want to book a fishing trip? Head to nearby Goodland, a quaint fishing village. This destination serves as a top place for fishing trips and offers a laid-back, local vibe. Several companies host half-day and full-day fishing excursions with inshore and offshore options. Expect to catch king mackerel, tarpon, snook, snapper, pompano, sheepshead and grouper. To learn about the area, plan an eco-tour that pairs shelling, jet skiing and wildlife education with scenic views.
Golfers can select from dozens of golf courses in Marco Island and nearby Naples. As one of the top golfing destinations in Florida, players can choose from waterfront and inland courses with public and private options. For a memorable game, get a tee time at The Island Country Club and Marriott Island Beach Resort. If playing in Naples, try Hammock Bay and Lelay Resort Golf and Country Club.
These activities keep our Marco Island vacation rental guests busy, but they need a break when hunger strikes. Fortunately, Marco Island has over 75 restaurants specializing in everything from hearty breakfast menus to locally caught seafood dishes. Many Marco Island restaurants sit on the water, providing diners picturesque views while trying fresh flavors and many offer complimentary transportation. Otherwise, cab fare costs roughly $6-$8 to or from anywhere on the island.
Shopping also ranks as a must-do activity. Find well-known designers, locally-owned shops and quaint boutiques scattered throughout the island. Top spots include Esplanade Shoppes at Marco Island, Marco Town Center Mall, Marco Walk Plaza and Shops of Marco. Naples also has several shopping centers, including Naples Outlet Center and Third Street South.
Those who book a Marco Island vacation rental can also immerse themselves in art and culture. Start at Marco Island Historical Museum, which highlights the island's history including its first known inhabitants, the Calusa Indians, early pioneer life and the island's transformation into the destination it is today. Marco Island Center for the Arts hosts musical performances, art exhibits and classes.
For more culture and to meet locals, attend an annual event or local festival. From international boat shows to seafood and music festivals, it's easy to celebrate island living. Attend Marco Island Boat Show, Marco Island Seafood and Music Festival and Island Style Boat Parade, to name a few.
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Jan 15 2021 - Jan 31 2021
Feb 01 2021 - Feb 28 2021
Mar 01 2021 - Mar 31 2021
Apr 01 2021 - Apr 21 2021
Apr 22 2021 - May 25 2021
Last updated on January 19, 2021
Calendar last updated: January 19, 2021
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