Marco Island, FL 34545
580 Spinnaker Drive is located on Marco Island just minutes from the entrance to Tigertail Beach, where it’s not unusual to see color splashed sunsets mirrored on sparkling Gulf waters. An intimate setting surrounded by sun-washed white beaches. The tiny island of Marco is suspended off the southern-most tip of Florida.
As you enter the home on the first level is an entry hall, a laundry room, full bath and a guest bedroom. The first floor also opens to a screened lanai with full kitchen, a heated pool and spa, a badminton court, and a spacious sun deck, and areas for eating and playing games.
The second level features a kitchen 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths and a living area. The kitchen opens onto a balcony with a dining table. Several of the bedrooms on the second level open onto balconies.
The third level boasts a large gourmet kitchen, dining area, two living areas, a master bedroom, a large balcony with seating areas that look over the mangroves to Tigertail Beach.
The home is located in the heart of the Island close to shopping restaurants, and beaches. There is a 2 bedroom 1 bath apartment that can be rented independent of the home. Contact the property manager for monthly and seasonal rates.
Marco Island is a small sea island, or barrier island, on the Gulf Coast of the United States. Located 20 miles (32 km) south of Naples in Collier County, Florida it is 198 nautical miles to Havana. It is the largest of the Ten Thousand Islands.
Located on Marco Island, Tigertail Beach offers the public everything from natural resources to beachside amenities that make your visit a rewarding one. Tigertail Beach offers a bath house, five boardwalks leading from the mangrove lined parking area to the white, sandy beach. As you are standing on the beach looking over the Gulf of Mexico, you will see sand Dollar Island. This area is a nesting area for many birds, some that are threatened species. The Least Terns and Black Skimmers nest here in the spring along with various species of Sandpipers. The tidal bay between Tigertail Beach and Sand Dollar Island is generally an area where a variety of birds feed. We see Herons, Egrets, ibis and Many kinds of Terns, Sandpipers, plovers and Gulls. You may even see birds of prey such as the Osprey, gliding overhead.
A trip to Tigertail is not complete without a stroll along the beach for shells and other beach items. Collection of live shells is not permitted within county parks, but should you walk the shorelines, you will find a variety of shells and maybe even a sand dollar.
For your convenience, there are restrooms at the beach. In addition, a concession offers beach equipment rentals, food, and drinks. A handicapped beach wheelchair is available at this site. There are 226 regular parking spaces and 6 handicap parking spaces. Should you have comments, concerns or any questions, please contact a park ranger.
$8.00 Parking Fee payable to the Master Meter, or Beach Parking Permit required. The Beach is open from sunrise to sundown.