Marco Island, Florida

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2013 Best Small Towns in America

Contest ends:  September 3, 2013

5 Votes - "Most Beautiful"

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Marco Island is celebrated for the Ten Thousand Islands off its coast and incredible sunset views. The town boasts an immense diversity of wildlife from dolphins to manatees to birds and offers jet ski, catamaran, and boat tours through the environment. Marco Island boasts six miles of beach and over 100 miles of waterways.

The city of Marco Island is located in Collier County, a brief drive from the city of Naples. It is well known for its high quality of life, natural resources, casual atmosphere, and friendly people. Locals boast of luxurious resorts and favorite eateries like CJs on the Bay and Tiki Bar. Visitors enjoy crossing the Jolley Bridge and indulging in fishing, kayaking, or sailing.

Must-sees at Marco Island include the Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve. There’s no shortage of outdoor options with Caxambas Park, Marco River, Tigertail Beach, and Resident’s Beach.

This Gulf coast area features plenty of water recreation and great local seafood right on the beach. The McNavigators took advantage of a dinner cruise and were entertained by fire dancers. Marco Island is perfect for a fun and adventurous beach trip.

Marco Island is as close to paradise as one can get. The sunsets never cease to amaze. The small island is easy to get around by car, bike or walking. Outdoor activities are year round, and include boating, fishing, tennis, softball, only to name a few. There is no set age. Marco has families, professionals and retirees. Restaurants are plentiful and each one welcomes their guests and treats them like friends.
Reviewed by cranelyn
on September 17, 2012
I fell in love with Marco Island my first visit. The most beautiful beach and sunsets I ever imagined.
Reviewed by dimarco
on September 17, 2012
This is paradise!! Are you looking for the most beautiful beach & sunsets you can imagine? Look no more!
Reviewed by Beachbrat
on September 17, 2012
Truly Paradise found on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Florida's most beautiful beaches and water.
Reviewed by dekle489
on September 17, 2012
Amazing! Thats all thats need to be said... The sunsets are beautiful, the weather is... well Paradise! I am so very happy to live here!
Reviewed by ChanCan
on September 17, 2012
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