Naples is located on the Southwestern coast of Florida, whose economy is based largely on tourism. Along with Marco Island and the Everglades, the city makes up the popular vacation area known as the Paradise Coast.
Naples is home to several major land reserves, and also is a community with a large population of second home owners, many of whom are affluent and may own several homes. There is large transient population that lives there during the winter months, because of a most welcoming climate.
Southwest Florida has an abundance of waterfront restaurants that are either on the Gulf of Mexico, Naples Bay, Venetian Bay or one of the many rivers. When the sun goes down, Naples gets its second wind at night clubs, art galleries, restaurants, theatrical productions, opera, and sunset cruises. As the evening lights begin to glow, and the nightlife comes alive, and everyone enjoys the non-stop entertainment from dusk till dawn.. Neighborhood bars and pubs are popular, of course, but if your tastes run deeper, check out the many other options in Bonita Springs and Estero and Olde Naples.
During the day, and becuase of the climate, golf, beach and water activities rule. Hotel choices abound, from the large chains to the more romatic B&B types featuring old Florida charm.
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