Naples Information

Naples Information

Naples Philharmonic

Welcome to Naples and Southwest Florida’s Gulf Coast. You couldn’t have chosen a better area in which to live. A place many have referred to as Paradise. Naples gained it’s reputation in the 1920’s as a winter resort offering golf, hunting and fishing. Over time the area’s sunny days and sugar-white beaches, mild climate and abundant wildlife, have made the area virtually irresistible as a place to vacation and to live.

Naples offers endless choices no matter what one’s lifestyle or personal interests.

  • The golfer has literally dozens of country clubs, golf clubs and brown_pelican390smallfairways from which to choose.

  • The waterways, from the Gulf of Mexico to the numerous inlets, harbors, rivers, marinas, bays, and the unique Everglades offer endless pleasures for the power boater, the sailor, the fisherman and canoe and kayak enthusiasts.

  • The mind is not neglected. Artis, home of the Baker Art Museum and The Naples Philharmonic, offers numerous superb galleries to compliment a world class outstanding orchestra.

  • Naples and Southwest Florida is home to several institutions of higher learning. Ave Maria University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida Southwestern State College, and Hodges University.

  • A seemingly endless choice of restaurants, Naples offers everything from fine dining experiences to casual sea shore eateries.

  • And the shopping …ah, the shopping. Naples is proud of its elegant designer boutiques, specialty shops, gourmet foods, haute couture…and more…

  • And, Naples is minutes away from one of the largest Outlet Malls. 

  • All of this is linked to the rest of Florida by an Interstate highway and to the rest of the world by an International Airport only a 40 minute drive.


The sub tropical climate and pristine beaches attract many visitors each year. Many decide to relocate to Collier County after only a few visits.

The area’s combination of culture, geography, and favorable tax climate continue to attract new home owners fleeing the cold weather of the northern U.S., Canada, Europe and South America seeking a quality of life unique only to Naples.

Naples is known for its 1,000 foot fishing pier, the town’s symbol, and is considered the golf capital of the world.

HDR image form Naples Pier during sunset over Collier County, Naples, Florida along the Gulf Coast. HDR image created using Photomatix Pro.

Old Florida-style homes, impressive estates, luxurious high-rises and planned communities offer a variety of lifestyle options for all tastes and budgets and display an array of choices in architectural splendor, from modern buildings to historic landmarks.

For most of the past decade, Naples has floated near the top of the list of the fastest-growing areas in the country. The Robb Report and The New York Times said Naples, Florida is one of the best places to live.

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