..."Welcome to Paradise", Here you will find the best of everything Naples!
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In addition to the allure of our beautiful beaches, you’ll find numerous public parks that showcase the unspoiled natural environment that surrounds us here in Florida’s Last Paradise. There is so much to do in Naples if you know where to look.
Relaxing at the beach...Day 1
SW Florida is famous for its wildlife...Day 2
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Plenty to explore in Southwest FloridaDay 4
Adventure is the name of the game.Day 5
Culture and HistoryDay 6
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SW Florida is famous for its wildlife, head out into the backwaters.Made at Twitter
Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve are two of our most famous sanctuaries but we also have many state, local and private parks and preserves perfect for viewing birds and other wildlife, and enjoying outstanding outdoor recreation including nature photography, canoeing, fishing, hiking, boating and more.
Bird watching opportunities,Corkscrew
only subtropical preserve in AmericaEverglades
Hiking trails, Campgrounds, and all of the amenitiesSeminole
One mile of pristine beachesWiggins
A 99-mile experience unlike any otherWilderness Waterway
The only subtropical preserve in America, Everglades National Park spans across the southern tip of the state. It contains both tropical and temperate species, as well as vast prairies, swamplands, and estuaries. The park is also home to many different bird species, and the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles cohabitate.
You can stroll along a variety of upscale shops, restaurants, galleries and much more, all spread along nine palm-lined blocks in Old 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.