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Photo By: M. Barrison

Photo By: M. Barrison

At the heart of it all


Is the popular and exsquisite Inn on Fifth Ave. Fine dining and luxury shopping surrounds the hotel. Enjoy top scale botiques and high class shopping.

Photo by:Charlie Anzman

Photo By: M. Barrison

3rd Avenue


Just a short buggy ride away is Naple's 3rd Avenue. Enjoy fine dineing and more upscale shopping in this charming district! Something for everyone you will find yourself in paradise.

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Photo By: M. Barrison

The original “downtown” of Naples! You can stroll along a variety of upscale shops, restaurants, galleries and much more, all spread along nine palm-lined blocks in Olde Naples. Tree-lined sidewalks carry shoppers past many of Naples' most prestigious boutiques and fine shops. Strollers have 12 blocks and 50 buildings to peruse as they walk, and since shopping is hard work, 5th Avenue South is liberally dotted with noteworthy restaurants and stimulating art galleries.

5th Avenue South is also the primary venue for periodic street art festivals with artists presented their works under white canopies from one end of the avenue to the other. In the evenings, café life spills out onto the sidewalk for dining and sipping al fresco.

Third Street and The Avenues are located at the heart of Old Naples and reflects the charm of an eclectic mix of high-end apparel shops, intimate art galleries and free-spirited restaurants, bistros and open-air cafes with Mediterranean and Caribbean architectural influences.

Third Street has the most exclusive collection of more than 96 shops, restaurants, and galleries in the heart of Olde Naples. Walk leisurely along cobblestone side walks and fountain courtyards while enjoying a Naples tradition. Shoppers along 3rd Street South will find their treasures served up with memories of an older, more casual Naples.

Caribbean Gardens is a child's delight that will be enjoyed equally by parents and other adults. Plan to spend a half-a-day or more here.


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