There are two amazing marinas right in downtown Naples, the Old Naples Seaport and the Naples City Dock. While the Old Naples Seaport is for owners only, the Naples City Dock is open to the public. Completely rebuilt and a great place to visit! With 84 slips on floating docks and the ability to accommodate 30-60 foot vessels, Naples City Dock welcomes newcomers to dock for the weekend and explore the luxurious town of Naples, FL. It provides a free pump out, restrooms, laundry room, and an outdoor lounge area. Walking distance to shops and restaurants!
Third Street South is a great destination to spend the day walking the shops and enjoying a mix between local boutiques and your favorite brands. With many chic high fashion shops from casual to evening wear, enjoy the variety of unique stores. Gorgeous jewelry stores, art galleries and salons with a plethora of pampering services allow for you to feel the full relaxation and enjoyment on your getaway!
Another great shopping destination in downtown Naples is Fifth Avenue South. Not only do they have unique shops and local restaurants but events such as live music and gallery shows. This historic setting is home to gourmet cafes, European and American antique shops, home furnishings, bookstores and fine hotels. A popular destination for both visitors and residents. Walk the well-landscaped streets and stunning appeal that downtown historic Naples has to offer.
Great dining on Naples Bay is at Bayfront, right on the waterline and covered with great restaurants and shops. Whether you are in the mood for seafood, a great cocktail or something hearty, the Bayfront is a great place to spend your evening dining with a view.
Both shopping areas mentioned previously in this article, Third Street South and Fifth Avenue South are also the location of some of the best restaurants in Naples. With many incredible Italian style cuisines, steak houses and upscale seafood eateries lining the streets all throughout downtown Naples, browse the street side menus and take a pick, you won’t be disappointed!
Tin City is “the soul of old Florida in the heart of Naples waterfront”. Built in the 1920’s, Tin City was the hub of economic development and transport due to the Seaboard Airline Railroad. Today, the same tin structures hold all of the history and memories of old Naples. With fun souvenir and toy shops, ice cream and fudge shops, Tin City is sure to excite the youngsters.