Naples Florida Overview

Naples is second home to a majority of its winter residents. They come from all states, with higher concentrations from the Midwest, Northeast and Canada.

Naples semi-tropical weather and easy beach access makes it particularly appealing. With only three hotels on Naples 16 mile long beach, Naples is less touristy than other Florida beach towns.

Naples economy is driven by the housing demand of second home buyers and by the services they require. Naples has no heavy industry, the largest employer is the county (Collier).

Naples Florida Pier
Naples Pier
The Naples Florida area is expansive. Larger than the Los Angeles area.
Naples has over 16 miles of easy-access beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.
Naples semi-tropical weather means warm, dry and sunny winters.
Beach, golf, boating, fishing, tennis, kayaking, sailing, pickleball . . .
Naples affluent residents attract the best shopping, arts, activities, services . .
Naples offers many attractions other than the beach and Gulf waters.
Within the City of Naples is the charming and very desirable Olde Naples area.
The City of Naples with population of just 20,000, is the center of the region.
The differences between Naples and Bonita Springs. And the winner is?
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