Insider Tip: Marco Island is Quite Small – So Round Trip Taxi Rides are Pretty Inexpensive!
If you’re planning a trip to Marco Island for your Florida vacation but you are looking to save money by not renting a car or bringing your own then this is the spot for you! There are a handful of ways to flit around Marco Island’s premiere restaurants and happy hours!
Biking On Marco Island:
If riding a bike around this beautiful island feels like it’s up your alley then there are several places you can rent from! Obviously, you can also bring your own. But if you’re flying and it’s simply not an option then make sure to check out Marco Island Bike Rentals. They’re a locally owned business with no-contact bike rentals and they deliver right to you!
Marco Island Taxi’s:
If taking a bike sounds like too much work, fret not, because Cabs are here to the rescue. Yes, you read that right, cabs. The old-fashioned ride share. The island is quite small, a round trip on the island isn’t too expensive. You can get airport transportation, town cars or just regular taxis.
Try two new car services on Marco Island!
- The Wave. Just pay the driver a gratuity. The Wave will drive you to and from many popular Marco Island restaurants and local activities. Call for more information at (737) 843-9283.
- Crabby Cabbie is free, just text (239) 977-5192 and the driver will drive you anywhere on the island. Even to the beach!
Please show the driver your appreciation by leaving them a tip for their time!
Yes, There is Uber on Marco Island:
If cabs are too old-fashioned for you you can easily navigate around the island via the Uber app. Uber rides may be limited but worth a try.
I Just Want to Rent a Car to Explore Marco Island:
If you feel as though you’ll be driving a lot to different reserves and such and that renting a car would be easier for you and your party then you can rent one right here on the island! There is an Enterprise and a Hertz Car Rental right here on the island itself. You can also rent golf carts from Sun N Fun rentals if you’re just staying local.
You can also walk around on the island – although it’s not fully walkable. Just certain areas. It may seem like a short trip in a car but it is almost 25 square miles with over 100 miles of waterways. Make sure while you’re here you see as much of it as you can!