Folks planning to escape the winter weather up north or in other parts of the world are all looking for one thing; a place where they can spend some time on the beach. Go Figure, we have 10 miles of white sandy beaches in Naples and 5 beaches.
1)Naples Pier the first beach established in 1978 just west of Gulf Shore Drive close to Olde Naples, Gordon Pass,5th Ave S, Aqualane Shores, Port Royal and Royal Harbour.
2)Laudermilk Park Beach located just north of Old Naples begining at Naples Beach Hotel close to the Edgewater Beach Hotel whose northern boundary is Moorings Dr.
3)North Gulf Shore Blvd Beach extending from Moorings line Drive and Park Shore on the south to Seagate on the North.
4)Vanderbilt Beach where guests of the Ritz Hotel can be found as well as residents and guests of the many high rises and
5) Delnor Wiggns Pass located on a Barrier Island to Cocohatchee River.
Experiencing our beaches is not something done in one day an example is that each beach area has its own feeling; for instance, at Naples Pier, you find people fishing in addition to enjoying the Sandy Beach area. Laudermilk Park has a concessions building and picnic area to enjoy your family. North Gulf Shore Blvd Beach has long beach views that take you back to Naples Pier. Vanderbilt Beach is a shorter jog with dunes leading toward the mangroves. Delnor Wiggins Pass is another beach area where you will find people fishing and walking a little further North will bring you to Wiggins Bay where the boats enter the Gulf of Mexico.
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Agnes Tabor REALTOR in Naples
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