Southwest Florida, laid along the Gulf of Mexico between Fort Myers and The Everglades, is also known as "The Paradise Coast." It has a subtropical climate that brings warm temperatures year round, balmy tropical breezes, sunny skies and occasional thunderstorms. Also known as a "Mediterranean-type" climate, the Southwest Gulf Coast region has long, languid summers and mild dry winters. Most rain occurs between the months of June through September, showers and thunderstorms are generally brief, though sometimes heavy. More often than not, the sun is shining again within minutes. Or, you may even have the pleasure to experience an energizing sun-filled downpour. Winters are nothing short of delightful, with near perfect daytime temperatures and cool evenings. Hurricane season in Florida generally runs late August through November.
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 resorts, hotel rooms, self-catering holiday homes, condos, luxury villas, holiday lettings, vacation properties, and apartments. No wonder, with our dependable sunshine and winter afternoon temperatures usually in the 70's and 80's. View Marco Island average climate, rainfall, and Gulf water temperature here.
We at Marco Escapes bring a refreshing change to the vacation rental climate on Marco Island and the Naples area, and we are centered on delivering finer vacation rental properties, unparalleled professionalism, superior guest support, and performance for our property owners. From family vacations to a romantic rendezvous for two, Marco Island and Naples, Florida is an unforgettable paradise where memories are made. We invite you to explore our site to learn more about this unique community and our investments - no - our passion and commitments, to this beautiful piece of paradise under the sun.