Things to do in Naples
One of the main reasons people visit Naples time and time again is its wonderful ambiance, pristine white sand beaches and the Gulf of Mexico. But what do you do when you need a break from all that relaxing? Below are a few links to some local attractions you may enjoy.
Taking an airboat ride in the Everglades is something to tick off your bucket list. There are plenty to choose from, however, in the busy winter season, we highly suggest you book a time slot.
We have our very own zoo, right here in Naples. Always a fun place, take a ride on a riverboat, feed the giraffe.
Sun and Fun Lagoon
Sit back on a tube and let the lazy river take you for a ride, there is no better way to keep cool under the sun on those hot Florida days.
Tin City - is a Naples landmark, sitting on the back bay, this shopping area is made entirely of tin, brightly painted panels and an inside boardwalk, restaurants and waterside dining make this a fun afternoon out. You can also catch a sunset cruise on the Naples Princess.
Naples Pier - A familiar landmark, Naples Pier is at the end of Fifth Avenue South, enjoy refreshments on a sunny afternoon, or take your fishing pole and join the throng of fishermen who fish from the pier each day.
Lots of hotels to choose from, hopefully, this link will help you.
No visit to the Everglades is complete without taking an airboat out for a spin! There are lots of tours offered along the side of the road on the Old 41 east, towards Everglades City. Take a camera you are bound to see alligators and more!
The warm brackish waters found in the many inlets and rivers leading to the Gulf is the perfect place for Manatees. Hire a boat from near Tin City, then cruise slowly along the backwaters, with a bit of luck you will catch a glimpse of one of these gentle giants.
No visit to Naples is complete without taking out a boat, the Naples Princess is not a boat you can take out yourself. But one on which to relax, sit back and watch the sun go down. Naples Princess information.