Relax on the 15th floor balcony of this Gulfview Club condo while taking in the views of the white sandy beach in Marco Island. This 2 bedroom/2 bath condo on Marco Island Beach has it all - - remodeled in ’10, updated with new furniture, 'three' flat screen LCD HD TVs and WiFi, it has amenities galore [pool, gym, tennis courts, beachfront, social room]!
Who says you can’t have it all? This vacation condo is minutes away from numerous activities: jet skiing, parasailing, waver runner tours, golf, spas, boating, fishing, shopping, fine dining and much more! Or you can just relax with a good book beach side.
Marco 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. You can go shopping in the shopping centres in Naples and Ft. Myers or the outlet mall on the I-75 (about 25 minutes).
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.