Naples is located on the Gulf of Mexico in Southwest Florida and known for world class shopping, dining and more than 80 championship golf courses. Much of Naples' activities are centered on the water, with year-round sailing, boating, jet-skiing and windsurfing. Naples Pier is a popular way to get on the water without actually getting ON the ... Read more
water: spot dolphins and pelicans from the end of it. The beach on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico is more than 10 miles long, and is noted for its cleanliness and pristine white sand. Naples is also home to major land reserves, including the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge, and Picayune Strand State Forest.
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Winter is when most visitors flock to this warm part of the United States, delightedly escaping the dismal weather conditions at home for sunny and gorgeous beach weather. If you’re one of these snowbirds, be ... Read more
sure to book your hotel far in advance since rooms go fast from February through April. The area’s mild climate attracts visitors during the rest of the year, too, but to a lesser degree. Visiting in the summer comes with its own recompense: higher temperatures, humidity and occasional rain in exchange for discounted hotel rates and fewer crowds on the beach. However, be sure to keep an eye on the local weather since hurricane season runs from June through November.

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Miami, Florida, USA

Beautiful beaches and great for seafood. Not the best city for young adults or teenagers. Also not the cheapest city for food or activities. Highly recommend going to Clam Pass Park or Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park to avoid the crowds at the beach. Entrance is at $8 - all day access.

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The San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA

Beautiful beaches and relaxing life style. The downtown area is also nice lots of shopping and restaurants.

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Local from Fort Myers, Florida

Probably the nicest small town in the USA. Great food, shopping and entertainment.

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The best beaches in Naples are just 2 miles from Winterpark, as well as the popular pier a few blocks from Old Towne. The beaches are beautiful with white sand that feels like baby powder on under your feet. You can see varieties of fish as folks fish off the pier, as well as dolphins that swim close to the shore.

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Naples is a place for everyone! You can be budget conscious or spend to your hearts content. Thursday on 3rd Music and dancing, 2nd Sat SWF Concerts, 5th ave, and more.

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Local from Naples, Florida

Pristine beach with fabulous shopping and unbelievable restaurants. So much to do here! Galleries, beach sports, close to the Everglades.

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A beautiful beach to relax and sun or take a walk or run. Dolphins are often seen off shore. You can rent water-crafts and the sunset is a must see here.

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There are plenty of access points to the beach, one is about a mile walk away.

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Parkton, Maryland, USA

Just a magnificent area of Florida on the gulf coast. Exceptional seafood, beautiful sunsets, very friendly people.

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Local from Naples, Florida

Great shopping, free entertainment in winter months, art festivals, great restaurants and playhouses. Many outdoor fine dining restaurants in Old Naples, Village on Venetian Bay, Waterside Shops, and the Mercato.

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