Sandy beaches, shopping and seafood: Naples, Florida checks all the boxes for the perfect U.S. getaway! Explore Florida’s Paradise coast with a beach getaway or soak up some culture at one of over 100 art galleries or by taking a walking tour of historic Old Naples Historic District, which dates back to 1887. No guide to Naples is complete without mentioning the world-class golf you’ll find there. Home to over 90 golf courses, Naples hosts many major tournaments and is a haven for those looking to tee off.
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Things to do in Naples include seeing what’s in bloom at Naples Botanical Garden’s 170-acres of flora and fauna. Take a sunset stroll Naples pier, a 1000-foot boardwalk built in 1888 that overlooks the Gulf of Mexico (keep an eye out for dolphins and stingrays between April and June). At Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, board a catamaran cruise to visit the apes, monkeys and lemurs.
Wander through outdoor shopping districts like Fifth Avenue South and Third Street South for both designer and local finds. If you’re there on a Saturday, stop by the Third Street Farmer’s Market to see what’s in season.
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What to eat
Naples boasts hundreds of restaurants spanning the full spectrum of international cuisine. But of course, seafood is always on the menu! Catch stone crab season from October to May to feast on this local delicacy. Or book a fishing trip – select local restaurants will cook your catch for you.
What to bring back
Peruse the rainbow of waterfront shops at Tin City for nautical-themed souvenirs, crystals and other curiosities.
The Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is known as one of the top bird-watching sites in the U.S. Take a self-guided tour to see 600-year-old trees, birds, otters and alligators.