Marco Island Florida Beach Condo Rentals


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2022 Newly Remodeled Beachfront, Ocean View, 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Condo

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Marco Walk Plaza only 1/2 mile away, to great Restaurants, Movie Theater & Shops.
Our newly refurbished 2 bedroom condo is on the beach, with unobstructed views from the 7th floor, in the Sea Winds Building. We also just purchased new carpeting in the bedrooms, July 2019.

A queen bed is in the master bedroom and 2 twin beds in the guest bedroom. We have blue tooth speakers & charging stations in both bedrooms. 

Electronic “Black Out” shades on the sliding doors in the living room and the master bedroom. 

A large comfy couch, which converts to a queen pull out sleeper. 

A new large 55” flat screen Smart TV in the living room.

The Sea Winds
10th Floor Condo

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FRESH & CLEAN! New upscale furnishings, our home away from home, on the 10th floor. We gutted the unit & completed the total remodel in January 2018. It’s a very clean, beachy, light & modern 2Bedroom/2Bath condominium. 

We are located in the Sea Winds Complex, directly on the beach. We’re confident that you’ll see & feel the difference for yourself, you’ll want to return again & again! We reply to questions very promptly, so please feel free to ask.

The location can’t be beat! Enjoy walking to the beach, restaurants, a movie theater, local shops, 7-11 convenience store & ice cream parlor! Right next door, you can also wind down the day & enjoy beachfront sunsets at very popular restaurant and bar, called The Sunset Grille.

Coming Soon!

The Apollo, a beachfront 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom condo.

About Marco Island

Home 7Marco Island is the largest of Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands, located on the Gulf of Mexico in Southwest Florida. It has been described as Magical, Mystical and Alluring. The attraction is tropical sun-washed white beaches and a casual easy paced life style. Sunshine, frolicking dolphins, and all of the water and sun sports that go with the beaches are available for your pleasure.

The restaurants will delight your taste buds with fresh seafood and their wonderful island creations. Explore the wilderness of the Ten Thousand Islands by land, boat or air. Enjoy superb fishing and abundant wildlife. 

Nestled in the mangrove islands of southwest Florida’s coast, Marco Island is indeed a world-class resort destination surrounded by miles and miles of pristine, uninhabited islands, bays, creeks, and the Gulf of Mexico. To the north is the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and its Briggs Memorial Nature Center. To the south lies the sprawling 10,000 Islands with over 70 coastal miles of fly fishing heaven, inhabited only by the tiny fishing villages of Goodland, Everglades City, Chokoloskee and eventually Flamingo. Included in this southerly stretch is Collier-Seminole State Park, the 10,000 Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve, Big Cypress National Preserve and the 5000 square mile Everglades National Park, ensuring continued protection against coastal development.

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Four miles wide by six miles long, Marco Island is home to about 14,000 year-round residents. During the months of January through March however, the island population swells to well over 30,000 due to the annual influx of vacationers and winter residents, filling up the large inventory of hotel rooms, condos, villas and apartments. No wonder, with our dependable sunshine and winter afternoon temperatures usually in the 70’s and 80’s.

Gulf water temperatures range from the low 60’s in the winter to the high 80’s in the summer and fall.

Things to do

Home 9Marco Island has retained much of the natural beauty of its beginning when the Calusa Indians inhabited the island over 5,000 years ago. Lush tropical foliage and over 200 species of birds including the American Bald Eagle are found here providing opportunities for birdwatching as well as outdoor enthusiasts. The azure waters of the Gulf invite boaters to spend endless hours in the sun, whether to fish or just relax! In addition to boating and fishing, there is shelling snorkeling, windsurfing, ecotours and shopping – something for everyone!

Babcock Wilderness Adventures

Locations of Marco Island beaches, hours, facilities available


Cedar Bay Marina
Fishing, Boat Rentals (Reserve a boat online!), Airboat Tours, Charters, Sunset Cruise

Caribbean Gardens
The Zoo in Naples – Primate Island, Alligator feeding, Tigers…Oh My!

Dawn Patrol – Charter Fishing
Spend a day with Captain Bill Walsh, fishing, shelling, sightseeing — families and children are welcome.

Everglades Adventures
Canoeing, Kayaking, Boat Tours, Camping Trips

Everglades Island AirBoat Tours
and Totch’s Island Boat Tours – airboat trips that take you deep into the vast and silent Everglades jungles.

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Resource center for fishing in Southwest Florida. View information on fish species, food quality, tide charts, charters guides and much more

Florida Golf Guide provides information about upcoming golf events, golf courses, resorts, communities and photo album.

Local Parks
Locations of Marco Island Parks with information about facilities and hours

Marco Island Sea Excursions
Charters, Beach Parties, Sailing, Airboat Tours, Fishing, Corporate Events, Weddings

Sail Kahuna

Sail Marco Learn to sail program

Satisfaction Guaranteed – Charter Fishing


Six Chuter Charters – Charter Fishing

Speedy Johnson’s Airboat Rides

State and National Parks/Sanctuaries

Canoeing & Kayaking
“The main attraction for paddlers is Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, which encompasses Rookery Bay, its namesake, and 110,000 acres of uplands, islands, and estuaries from Gordon Pass at Naples to Everglades National Park. Some 150 species of birds live in the estuarine research reserve, including bald eagles, ospreys, roseate spoonbills, black skimmers, and least terns…Rookery Bay opened a 16,500-square foot visitors center and marine laboratory in 2003. To reach the visitors center and headquarters, located between Marco and Naples, turn right off CR 951 south of US 41 on Tower Road. You can also access a canoe trail through Rookery Bay and visit The Conservancy’s Briggs Nature Center by turning right off CR 951 on Shell Island Road, just south of the Rookery Bay headquarters.”

We reply to questions very promptly, so please feel free to ask.