Monday, June 1, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
Naples, Florida Overview
Situated on the Gulf Coast of Southwest Florida, the city of Naples is the self-proclaimed “Golf Capital of the World.” Naples has over 80 exceptional championship Golf Course Homes in Southwest Florida. With public and private courses throughout the city, there is a golf course for everyone’s ability level and location preference!
The economy of Naples thrives on tourism and Eco- tourism. As Naples has both the Everglades National Park and the Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge within its borders, it is a paradise for boaters, explorers, shoppers, restauranteurs and those that love the beach.
The climate of Naples is considered tropical savanna. We have over 300 days of sunshine a year and a growing season that lasts a full 365 days.
Several of the most favored tourist spots include the idyllic downtown Pier, the spectacular shops of 5th Ave, a multitude of golf courses and a plethora of prized restaurants and resorts.
For those who enjoy the outdoors, Naples offers the Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida Panther Wildlife Refuge, Ten thousand Islands National Wildlife refuge, Picayune Strand State Forest, the Naples Zoo and the Naples Botanical Gardens.
The Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary has over 11,000 acres of wildlife and over two miles of a boardwalk suitable for walking and seeing flora and fauna up close. The knowledgeable tour guides can enlighten its’ guests to what animals and plants abound in this delightful treasure.
Naples makes up over 16 square miles of SW Florida, with over 4 square miles of that total being water. There are canals and waterways throughout Naples that offer a pathway to the Gulf of Mexico.
We have over 10 miles of uninterrupted, soft, white beaches and the most impressive sunsets each evening. Naples is truly paradise found.