Isles of Capri in Marco Island, Florida
Isles of Capri, which has been described as the "isles of paradise," is one of the few residential waterfront communities left in southwest Florida that has retained the quiet, unhurried atmosphere of a small town. Life on the Isles of Capri takes you back in time to a peaceful, quiet residential village with 500 residential home sites, four condominium clubs, and a small motel.
Streets with intriguing names such as Pago Pago, Antigua, Trinidad and Tahiti stir the imagination. Capri Boulevard runs through the heart of town, which is comprised of just a few rustic shops, quaint waterfront restaurants and taverns, a general store, the firehouse and ambulance, a community center and marinas.
The Isles of Capri are not home to highrise buildings or traffic jams--here you'll find a neighborly village with a restful island pace. The Isles of Capri are actually four islands nestled in the tidal waters and cradled between Johnson Bay, Tarpon Bay and the Marco River. As you drive from one island to another along winding Capri Boulevard, you enjoy a view of the beauty that surrounds these islands.
Most of the islands' residential area is built alongside canals leading to the Bays, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Ten Thousand Islands, making this Florida island haven a fishing retreat and nature lover's paradise. Today, homeowners on the Isles represent a diverse population, from retirees to young professionals, who all share a love of water and magnificent views.