Enjoy the Beaches of Naples Florida

Naples offers white sand beaches, exquisite sunsets and spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico while being home to some of the most luxurious waterfront estates and condos in the world.  Visit one of Naples’ beaches to watch the sunset, read a book, or take a long leisurely walk.  Of all the natural attractions that Naples has to offer residents and visitors, the beaches that line the shores of Naples are the most popular and stretch over 30 miles.  All beaches are public.

Lowdermilk Beach is a hotspot for locals and tourists.  It has a playground for the kids, a volleyball court and a duck pond.  It includes parking, showers, pavilion and picnic tables and concessions. 

Naples Beach offers over 10 miles of sandy beach, Naples Fishing Pier and extends 1,000 feet into the Gulf.  There is a bait shop, snack bar, parking, restrooms, and outdoor showers. Naples Beach is within walking distance of many Naples neighborhoods including Old Naples.

Vanderbilt Beach includes freshwater showers, lifeguards, grills, picnic tables, boat ramp, observation tower, and restrooms.  Vanderbilt Beach borders the Gulf of Mexico near plenty of hotels, shopping and restaurants.  There is great shelling in the early morning and bird watching at all hours.  Within Vanderbilt Beach County Park, there is a tropical coastal hammock where you can see subtropical vegetation and native wildlife. 

Delnor-Wiggins State Beach offers parking, picnic tables, barbeque grills, boardwalk, showers, bathhouses, picnic pavilion, and observation tower.  One of the most popular destinations in Naples, the mile-long stretch of white sand has been rated one of the best beaches in the U.S.  As a tropical paradise for beach lovers, boaters, and divers, Delnor-Wiggins State Beach is a popular spot to sunbathe, swim, snorkel and picnic. 

Clam Pass Beach includes a scenic boardwalk, kayak and catamaran rentals, beach chairs, trolley ride, outdoor showers, restrooms, and a snack bar.  There is 3,200 feet of beach on the Gulf of Mexico.  The boardwalk is almost 1 mile long and can be walked or you can catch a ride on a free trolley that runs continuously throughout the day. Clam Pass is located near the Pelican Bay community.

There is no retail like t-shirt shops or fast food along the Naples’ beaches.  Those services are away from the beach.  Naples’ beaches are lined with single-family homes, condos, parks or preserves.  There are only a few hotels on the Naples’ beaches, and they are upscale like the Ritz Carlton.

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