Getting Here

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Driving to Marco Island from Naples

Marco Island is located 20 miles from Naples, the nearest city. If you’re in Naples, the easiest route to Marco Island is from US-41 to Collier Boulevard. Collier Boulevard goes straight to Marco Island and offers a scenic drive across McIlvane Bay and East Marco Bay. 

From Southwest Florida International Airport

Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) Take I-75S to Collier Boulevard (Exit 101).

 

From Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport (MIA) and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) are a similar distance away from Marco Island, at 101 miles and 117 miles respectively. From Miami International Airport take FL-836W to US-41 which will take you all the way to San Marco Road that leads onto the east side of the island. You can expect the trip to take slightly under 2 hours without traffic.

 

From Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

From Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) take I-595W to I-75N. I-75N will take you west across the state straight to Collier Boulevard. Collier Boulevard will then take you directly south to Marco Island, with a total trip time of about 1 hour and 50 minutes without traffic.

 

Local Access

The Island is accessible from the mainland by two bridges, one on the northern end via SR 951 and the other on the southern end via CR 92.  

Private Airports: Naples and Marco Island