Naples, Florida. Paradise found.
Life’s a walk on the beach
The warm gulf. The gentle waves. The soft, white sands and spectacular pink-orange sunsets. All of this, plus year-round blue skies and sunshine make the beautiful beaches of Naples a favorite destination for everyone from one to 100.
Over 10 miles of beautiful beaches stretch from Gordon Pass on the south to Seagate Drive on the north. Along this stretch of beach you’ll find the Naples Fishing Pier extending 1,000 feet into the Gulf of Mexico in Old Naples and Lowdermilk Park’s cabana, picnic tables and volleyball nets which are bordered by 1,000 feet of beach frontage.
Seagate Drive ends at Clam Pass Park Beach which, continuing north, blends into Vanderbilt Beach, then Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, and Barefoot Beach at Bonita Beach Road. Several of our beaches have a variety of convenient facilities.
All along our beaches you’ll spot gorgeous native shore birds like snowy egrets, blue herons, brown pelicans, black skimmers, seagulls and so many more. Plus, if you catch enough sunsets, you may also spot the legendary Green Flash as the sun slips beyond the horizon!
Great shopping. Great times.
From sophisticated 5th Avenue South and Third Street South in Old Naples...to the charming, waterfront Village on Venetian Bay…to the upscale, uptown Waterside Shops and Mercato in North Naples...to eclectic Coastland Center...it’s all here!
Just a couple of blocks from the beach in Old Naples is the city’s historic downtown district. 5th Avenue South is Naples’ promenade, six beautiful blocks of charming boutiques, world-class restaurants, outdoor cafés, soothing spas and an amazing array of art galleries. Nestled among courtyards and plazas, Third Street South is brimming with chic fashions, jewelry, galleries, antique stores, gift boutiques for house and garden, and outstanding restaurants and cafés.
The waterfront Village on Venetian Bay is a charming collection of shops and restaurants, featuring men’s, women’s and children’s fashions, as well as jewelry, gifts for the home and art galleries.
The finest names in luxury retail and fashionable lifestyle stores are set amid lush landscaping and cascading water at Waterside Shops. Here you’ll find more than 60 shops and restaurants, as well as Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom.
Mercato is a modern-day downtown with fashion, retail, restaurants, a 12-screen movie theater, residences and professional offices. Shopping includes fashions and footwear for women and men, home goods, and Naples’ only Whole Foods grocery market.
For traditional mall shopping, Coastland Center is the place to go with four department stores, dozens of specialty stores and a large food court.