There are over 500 eating establishments in Naples. All are within 25 minutes of your vacation home, many are less than 10 minutes. We highly recommend an internet search where you can read reviews to help you decide where to dine. If you would like to eat near by we would suggest going to the Mercato Shops which offers over 15 restaurants.
Supermarkets and Specialty Markets
Trader Joe's, 10600 Tamiami Trail North, Naples
Walmart Supercenter, 11225 Tamiami Trail North, Naples
Whole Foods Market, Mercato Shops, Naples
The Fresh Market 27251 Bay Landing Drive, Bonita Springs
Publix 2450 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples
DeRomo's Gourmet Market, 26811 South Bay Drive, Bonita Springs
Mercato, 9118 Strada place, Naples FL 34108
833 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples FL 34108
If you love to shop you have picked a great destination : Naples!
Listed below are large shopping areas. Please check their websites to see the stores available and the driving distance. The waterside shops, Mercato, Village on Venetian Bay are the closest.
Things to do
Delnor – Wiggins Pass State Park
11135 Gulf shore Drive, Naples, Fl 34108
Sun-N-Fun Lagoon Water Park
1500 Livingston Road, Naples, Fl (not open year round)
Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens
1590 Goodlette-Frank Road, Naples Fl 34102
Fifth Ave South – City of Naples
A must go, shops, dining, art festivals
Third Ave South – City of Naples
A must go, shops, dining, etc.
The historic Naples Pier is located on the Gulf of Mexico at the West end of 12th Avenue South. On-street parking is supplemented by a parking lot one block East, with additional parking at beach ends on the avenues to the north and south.
Beach Access Points: click here for map of beach area.
1) Head west on Vanderbilt Beach Road, there is a round about where you can drop off beach chairs, etc. and park in the parking garage. Get there early on sunny weekends or ride your bike.
2) Corner of Gulf shore Drive and Bluebill Avenue, there is a round about here too. Pick up and drop off beach items and then drive back over the bridge and park in the lot on your left or here to you can ride a bike or walk. This location is less busy than the Vanderbilt Beach Road access area.
3) Wiggins State Park, A fantastic park that ends at the inlet. Watch the boats pass by, bring a rod and try your luck fishing for snook and red fish.