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Naples is located in the southwest corner of Florida, overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Though famous for its world-class golf courses, high-end shopping, and dining, Naples is also a desirable tropical destination for couples and families, appealing to culture-seekers and nature lovers alike.

A lifestyle of expedition awaits homeowners right outside their front door with year-round adventures like boating, fishing, hiking, bird-watching, golf, and swimming. Naples and Collier County are also home to over 70 public and private golf courses. Additionally, residents can experience a vibrant music and arts scene and numerous museums, events, and festivals celebrating south Florida’s rich heritage.

Many celebrities, musicians, and artists are drawn to Naples for its natural beauty, culture, and accessibility to many breath-taking wonders such as the iconic Florida Everglades and The Florida Keys.
The Everglades, an enormous wetland, is filled with a multitude of endangered wildlife. There are hiking and boating tours in the Everglades, as airboat tours and kayaking, to explore this exotic park.

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Dwayn BergmannNaples, FL
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Soucie Horner LtdNaples, FL

Next door to the Everglades are The Florida Keys, a coral cay archipelago or string of islands over 100 miles long stretching from Key Largo to Key West. For a memorable road trip, take the Overseas Highway connected by 42 bridges across the limestone islands for jaw-dropping views.

Another unique ecological feature closer to Naples are The Ten Thousand Islands, an NWR, a chain of small mangrove islets, and an ideal place for bird-watching and kayaking.

Inside city limits, explore The Gordon Greenway to get a taste of natural Naples through a series of short boardwalks and paved pathways that meander through rich tropical greenery. A great place to walk, bike, and roller-blade.

There are many diverse museums for culture-seekers, such as the Naples Historical Society, The Baker Museum, and the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, with thousands of Seminole artifacts. The Seminoles are one of the oldest native tribes in the Americas, with ancestors inhabiting this region over 12,000 years ago!

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Abbey Carpet FloorNaples, FL
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Borelli ConstructionNaples, FL

Naples boasts a vibrant art scene—with many outdoor events and museums operating virtually. ARTIS-Naples is a multi-disciplinary organization, home to the Baker Museum (an Art Museum) and The Naples Philharmonic which, hosts countless productions, classical music, theater, Broadway plays, and a symphony. The Cultural and Performing Arts Center, or CAPA, features year-round festivals, art events, ballet, and opera.

Draw inspiration from nature’s beauty and join others who value building and living in Naples, a tropical paradise with a small-town vibe.

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Park Shore PoolsNaples, FL

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