: Ft. Meyers
: across from unit
: Snook Inn
: Snook Inn
From family vacations to romantic rendezvous this is an unforgettable paradise where memories are made. Ville de Marco West, located at the very end of the island, is often said to be “The best spot on Marco Island!” Located in Old Marco, the condominium complex is tucked away between the Marco River and Collier Bay. This two bedroom, two bath, first floor condo looks directly into the Gulf and lies far from crowds and high-rises you’ll find on Marco’s main thorough fare. The unit has recently been completely renovated: kitchen and baths( granite counters), and new tile floors.
A heated pool lies outside your front door. From your patio, see amazing wildlife: dolphins, manatees, pelicans, blue herons, eagles, and osprey, just to name a few. Enjoy the parade of boats on their way out to the gulf. Delight in the best fishing on the island right from your private dock and boat slip or watch the fun of others’ daily catch. Then sit on your patio with a glass of wine and watch gorgeous sunsets sinking into the Gulf! Walk around the corner to three famous restaurants and enjoy their amazing Florida cuisine or live entertainment! The Old Marco Inn, Café De Marco, and Snook Inn are a stone’s throw from your condo, or walk to the shops of Old Marco. More delicious restaurants on Marco offer diversified cuisine, many spotlighting Florida’s freshest seafood: jumbo shrimp, sweet scallops, succulent crab or grouper! Bake in the sun, walk, or shell on Marco’s beautiful crescent beach. Enjoy fine shopping and live night-time entertainment.
By day there are plenty of recreational activities: boating, biking, fishing, kayaking, golf, or tennis. For the more adventurous, get off the beaten path with Airboat & Swamp Buggy Rides through the Everglades, guided nature tours through Collier-Seminole State Park and Corkscrew Swamp, or Dolphin Jet Ski Tours. There’s even an all day excursion, via hydra-foil, to Key West. Marco Island is the northernmost and largest of the famous Ten Thousand Islands chain of the Everglades National Park. Two picturesque bridges connect Marco to the mainland. Hop on board and spend some time with the entertaining drivers of the Marco Trolley for great sightseeing tours around the Island. Quiet villages nearby include the Isle of Capri and the quaint fishing village of Goodlands, famous for Stan's entertainment on Sunday afternoons. Nearby Naples offers its own charm, shopping and dining venues. All of this is set amid the stunning subtropical beauty that is unique to Southwest Florida's Gulf coast! Whatever you choose, you’re sure to enjoy a wonderful vacation on beautiful Marco Island!