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Explore the Paradise Coast
Naples Florida, on Florida’s southwest coast, is known for its exciting mix of culture and cosmopolitan living as well as the unforgettable beaches stretching into the Gulf of Mexico.
If you’re looking for a holiday destination where you can find beachside accommodation and shopping, dining and sightseeing of the highest quality, Naples will not disappoint.
Paradise Coast holidays are perfect for so many different kinds of vacation – budget travellers can savour city and beach life, nature lovers will find much to explore and families have an excellent range of attractions to enjoy.
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Hotels in Naples
Naples Bay Resort
The Naples Bay Resort is located along the Naples Bay, surrounded by exotic wildlife and the beautiful landscape. The resort combines contemporary accommodation with southern comfort. The hotel is rated AAA Four Diamond and is situated near a picturesque marina that offers incredible views extending out over the Gulf of Mexico. During your stay you can make the most of the opportunities to enjoy life near and on the water. You will be guaranteed a luxurious and memorable stay in the Sunshine State.
The Ritz-Carlton Naples
The Ritz-Carlton Naples hotel is the perfect location for any traveller looking for a luxurious beach hotel in a tranquil setting.
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Things to do on Paradise Coast holidays
History in Naples
If you’re looking for a vacation spot where you can learn more about American history without sacrificing the sun, sea, and sand of a dream holiday, Paradise Coast holidays are for you.
The area is rich in Native American history thanks to the Calusa and Seminole people that called the region home, and the Pioneer era which changed the landscape. The influences of early 20th-century development can be seen in many towns and areas like Everglades City and Chokoloskee. Other places that offer a sense of the area’s history include Immokalee and Ochopee, which are well worth a visit for any history buff.
A fascinating and sobering part of Florida’s history tourism trail is the Holocaust Museum. You will be moved by the exhibits and displays that show the personal stories and objects from this terrible chapter of history. The museum is dedicated to education and inspiring a better future for all.
Cultural attractions in Naples
Naples was voted one of the 20 Best Small Towns in America and you’ll soon see why. You really do get the best of both worlds in this friendly and popular holiday destination. The sugar sand beaches of the Gulf Coast are only ever minutes away, but the cultural attractions also provide plenty to draw you away from the tropical shores, even if it’s just for a while! Naples has more than 100 art galleries for you to browse, plus museums and performing arts venues with impressive year-round programmes.
Sand beaches in Naples
If It’s beaches you’re looking for then you’ll be spoilt for choice on the beautiful Paradise Coast. Whether you’re looking for a family-fun beach day with all the facilities and amenities you’d want for a practical and enjoyable day out, or a peaceful spot for long walks next to uninterrupted nature, Naples and Marco Island will not disappoint.
The Everglades National Park welcomes many tourists who want to experience Florida’s diverse wildlife and natural habitats. Collier County is also home to Big Cypress National Preserve, and many other nature parks that offer glorious hiking trails through diverse landscapes.
Unwinding in Naples
If you need more than just a sun lounger to really unwind on your vacation, a spa treatment or two is just the ticket. Take your relaxation up a notch at a spa resort where you can move effortlessly from treatment room to pool. There are also numerous boutique spas in Naples downtown area which offer a diverse range of treatments. Whatever you’re looking for, you’re sure to find something that gives you that extra level of holiday happiness.
Ecotourism in Naples
There’s more than just beautiful white sands and azure waters on the Paradise Coast. While it may be the beaches that draw you to this area, you’ll soon find out just how much there is to explore around Naples, the Everglades and Marco Island. Nature lovers can sign up for any number of tours to see native animals like dolphins, manatees, alligators, black bears and dozens of species of birds throughout the swamps, mangroves and forests in this diverse natural habitat.
Work up a sweat in Naples
Did you know that Naples is home to over 90 golf courses? If you’re looking to improve your game, you won’t be able to resist spending a few days on the fine championship courses in the region. Having won countless awards over the years for its golf tourism, you can rest assured that you won’t be disappointed as you tee up on any of the any of the prestigious courses.
Naples is home to many luxurious beachside resorts and respected clubs with impressive golf options for the traveller in the know. The Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club has a course designed in collaboration with Jack Nicklaus. While the Moorings Country Club is a great place to unwind where the club restaurant is as good as the golf.
Dining in Naples
Casual beach eats or elegant epicurean experiences – whatever takes your fancy you’re sure to find it in Naples and Marco Island. This welcoming, cosmopolitan area caters for every taste and style and celebrates the fresh local produce from sea and land.
Best places to shop in Naples
When you need a break from sunbathing, there’s no better place to explore than Naples’ lively and iconic Fifth Avenue South. This bustling street is your go-to destination for designer gear, whether you’re window shopping or ready to splash some cash.
Naples also has over 60 restaurants and stores at Waterside Shops. The Village on Venetian Bay is another open-air mall on the waterfront where you can find one-off gifts and delicious treats at the many boutiques and cafes.