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Naples, FL is a premier destination in South Florida situated along the Gulf of Mexico. As the golf capital of the world, Naples is home to more than 80 championship golf courses.

Naples, Florida, Visitors Guide

Naples has been cited as one of the most sought-after beach destinations in America. Known as the retreat for retirees, the city has progressed to attracting a younger, more diverse, and larger audience with its thrilling outdoor adventure activities and downtown scene. The opportunities for scenic strolls are abundant in Naples from magnificent outdoor sculptures to stunning courtyards.

Naples offers [plenty of activities](https://www.tripshock.com/attractions/Naples/ "plenty of activities") for fun-filled family vacations. There are numerous boat tours for dolphin watching and sightseeing. Waverunner and guided segway tours are exciting ways to merge an enjoyable ride with an unforgettable sightseeing experience featuring scenic views and wildlife. The business district is a shopper’s haven as it offers premier shopping and dining all within walking distance of the beach.

Geography

Naples is located in the southwest portion of Florida, between Fort Myers and Miami. It sits on the Gulf of Mexico at the tip of Big Cypress Swamp. Naples is 100 miles from Miami, 130 miles from Tampa, and 170 miles from Orlando.

Neighborhoods

Park Shore is centrally located and features stunning mansions and beautiful scenery. Nearby, you'll find the parks Naples Botanical Garden and The Village Shops on Venetian Bay.
Downtown Naplesis home to more than 100 shops, restaurants, and galleries. The 5th Avenue South and Third Street South districts are home to some of the most popular shopping experiences in the area.
Pelican Bay is a charming neighborhood with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. Surrounded by local wildlife and mangrove forests, this community has access to many amenities including boardwalks, tennis courts, and delicious restaurants.

Top Places to Visit

Naples Pier

Naples Pier offers a wide range of activities for those who want to enjoy the outdoors, including fishing, strolling the pier, and volleyball. The pier has many amenities, including a concession stand with snacks and drinks, beach supplies, and showers.

Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park

Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is one of the most popular attractions in Naples, with a mile of white sand and opportunities for snorkeling, swimming, and sunbathing. Divers can explore the hard bottom reef in the Gulf and [kayakers can enjoy paddling](https://www.tripshock.com/attractions/Naples/Kayak-Tours/ "kayakers can enjoy paddling") through the estuaries.

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is a 13,000-acre preserve home to a variety of wildlife including alligators, deer, turtles, and more. The 2-mile boardwalk offers you a chance to meander through marshes, pine flatwoods, and hardwood swamps.

Climate

The climate in Naples is subtropical and the city experiences heavy rainfall from June through September. Summers are hot and humid, whereas winters are mild and cool. The best time to visit Naples is between March and May. These months generally offer the best beach weather.

What is Naples Known for

High-end shopping, destination golf courses, white-sand beaches, Naples Zoo, Naples Botanical Garden, The Baker Museum, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park.

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