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Dear Fellow Floridians,
Old Naples with its beautiful flowering Poinciana trees charms all those who stroll along its streets. Complementing the area's natural beauty is its own main street, Fifth Avenue South
which combines a community feel of a historic main street with the sophistication of a world-class destination. General information:
Car is necessary if staying in Naples. Distances:
By car from Miami to Naples Exit 107 on I-75: 113 miles. By car from Fort Myers to Naples Exit 107 on I-75: 28 miles.
Get free maps from your car rental at Ft. Myers Airport. Before you start read the following description carefully and check it with the maps. When you leave the parking lot at your car rental you'll get on a road which lead you to the Interstate I-75. Go south in direction to NAPLES. A detailed description to your destination will get from us. We recommend this link:
Enter the address of your rented accommodation and your are done. The information you'll get is perfect. You can zoom and move the map as you like.
Shopping in NAPLES is a pleasure
Shopping and dining are a favorite pastime here. From elegant to casual, Naples has it all! The upscale shops and bistros of Olde Naples are famous. They are located on Fifth Avenue South
and Third Street
. The Waterside Shops
, The Village on Venetian Bay
and many others add to the ambience that is Naples!
Close your eyes just a moment, and imagine a place, a warm tropical place, full of golf courses of all different types, as far as the eye can see. Courses that wind through thick, lush mangrove hammocks and wide verdant sawgrass filled glades. Challenging world class golf courses, designed by master architects the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Pat Dye, and Robert Trent Jones. Golf courses caressed by mother nature, abundant with rare and fragile orchids, wetlands and waterfowl. Now, imagine a place filled with spectacular architecture, beaches and wide open bays. A place filled with shopes, galleries and open air cafes. A place rated one of 'The Best Places to Live in America' by MONEY MAGAZINE. A place whose people are as friendly and warm as the late afternoon sunsets that fill the Gulf sky with hues of pink and orange and lavender.
Now, open your eyes... Welcome to Naples, Florida...
Home to more private golf courses per capita than any other place in the entire world!
Welcome to Naples... 'A Paradise for Golfers and Beachgoers'