One of the largest islands in Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands area, this resort town features an array of dining choices from casual to fine dining. Locally caught seafood is available. Ask the chef to have it sautéed, blackened or grilled. Consider the herb encrusted tuna entrée, presented with a mango papaya salsa and served with an Asian potato salad, puréed carrots and a dab of wasabi aioli. Elsewhere, savor the Caribbean barbecued baby back ribs, a true regional delight, marinated in a pungent mojo criollo sauce and slow-roasted for flavor. Those wanting a lighter fare will be delighted by the tangy watermelon salad, made with onions, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, crumbled feta cheese and dressed with a citrus vinaigrette. In Marco Island, enjoy great cuisine as you watch the setting sun.