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Marco Island is the largest barrier island within a sprawling chain of tiny mangrove islands and small islets, known as the Ten Thousand Islands, and is considered one of the most well-preserved natural areas in Florida. Kayak through the enchanting waterways, explore untouched beaches, or simply soak up the sun and the gorgeous surroundings. Visitors who want to extend the immersive experience will enjoy camping on White Horse Beach or Blind Pass. Whatever you do, don’t miss out on the chance to experience this incredible natural paradise.
Built in 1982 by Bob Lee, a retired independent oil producer, the Cape Romano Dome House is a man-made wonder to behold. Lee conceived a wildly unique, totally self-sustaining home that could only be accessed by boat and would serve as a vacation property. The solar-powered house sits on stilts 300 feet offshore from Cape Romano Island and consists of six dome-shaped structures. The walls are made from concrete containing sand from the island and rainwater runoff was collected, purified, and used as the home’s sole water source. Now abandoned as a residence, and with only four domes remaining, the Dome House is open for visitors to explore. Guided tours are available from independent tour companies and should be secured before your visit.
This secluded island paradise is home to turquoise waters, white sand, and one of the only pet-friendly beaches around Marcos Island and Naples. 80% of the island remains undeveloped and can only be accessed by boat and water shuttle. An idyllic destination for beach walking and shelling, Keewaydin Island makes for an excellent spot to relax, play, and socialize.
These two favorite spots are a part of the Ten Thousand Islands–a chain of islets and mangrove islands–and feature great camping, stunning beaches, and ample opportunities to fish, swim, kayak, bird watch, and explore. Blind Pass has a winding trail through the mangroves that makes for a magical nature walk. Picnic grounds, restrooms, and a playground are all here for your convenience. White Horse Key is the more remote of the options for those who want to experience the wild, undeveloped Florida landscape.
Live music, dancing, waterfront views, cold drinks and delicious eats–if you’re looking for the life of the party, Stan’s is it. A family owned institution since 1969, Stan’s prides itself in putting everyone in the vacation mood with their iconic “Sunday-Funday” menu and no-worries vibe. You can expect to enjoy classic comfort food from the sea, including conch fritters, fried oysters, and peel and eat shrimp. Be sure to stop in Tuesday-Saturday during the season for Stan’s “Idle Hour” for tasty apps and specialty cocktails like Buzzard Rum Punch, Southern Palmer, and Frozen Pina Colada–you won’t be disappointed.