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Naples, a city in Florida, is a lively tourist destination with a tropical savannah climate. In terms of attractions, it has exotic beaches, gardens, museums and historical sites. The water sport activities that are popular here are boating, swimming, kayaking and paddleboarding. It is also famous for varied dining and shopping options. For the comfortable accommodations of tourists, various types of vacation home rentals in Naplesvillas, cottages, condos and cabins, furnished with all the modern facilities and amenities—are available at very affordable prices.

Why Visit Naples?

Naples is an ideal tourist destination for all sorts of tourists, whether toddlers, teens, youngsters or oldsters. It boasts family-oriented beaches, parks, swanky restaurants and hotels, etc.  All in all, tourists will find complete relaxation, rejuvenation and recreation here.

Things to Visit in Naples

Naples abounds with many attractions that have made most tourists all over the world go gaga over them. Nevertheless, those that every tourist should include in his or her bucket list include the following:

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary: This is a pleasant region for tourists to enjoy an outing, especially in the wee hours of the morning. It is an oasis for many wild animals and birds, such as critters, turtles, otters, alligators and wading birds. The 2.25-mile boardwalk is a chief attraction that has wet prairie, pine flats and swampland. It is just a 45-minute drive from downtown Naples and is an exciting trip.

Naples Depot Museum: Located in the Seaboard Air Line Railway passenger station, this museum has a wide range of collections, ranging from interactive to historical displays. They include old autos, a swamp buggy, restored coaches, train memorabilia and many other historical items. The Naples Train Museum lies behind this grand museum. Here, you can see an array of things including mode trains.

Naples Botanical Garden: Spread over 170 acres of land, this garden is an awesome region with interesting and colorful plants. It lies at a distance of three miles south of downtown Naples. The best highlights of this garden include the Smith River of Grass, Kapnick Caribbean Garden, Lee Asian Water Garden, the Buehler Enabling Garden and the Kapnick Brazilian Garden. Those, who have a passion for plants, will enjoy this garden to their heart’s content.

Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens: Built in 1919, this is a major attraction to tourists. It has a large variety of animals in three categories—reptiles, mammals and birds. The animals accommodated inside it range from tigers to alligators. The Primate Cruise is one of the best highlights of this attraction. The zoo is designed in such a way that tourists can have closer interaction with animals than traditional zoos.

Tin City: Housed in historical buildings, this attraction is a rustic-style waterfront shopping complex located on Naples Bay. Here, tourists will get see two dockside restaurants and about 70 shops that sell interesting things, ranging from souvenir T-shirt to jewelry. After having the pleasure of shopping, tourists can watch the boats cruise. It lies at a walking distance from the 5th Avenue.

Beaches near Naples

Beaches are the best places in Naples for tourists to relax and zonk out. The most popular beaches, equipped with all the amenities, include the following:

Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park: Famous as one of the best beaches in USA, this is a very popular beach with restrooms, picnic areas and showers. Fishing is the most enjoyable activity for tourists. So, tourists will have a gala time here.

Barefoot Beach Preserve Park: Spread over 342-acre of land, this beach features a one-mile nature trail, a picnic area, public showers, a butterfly garden, a concession stand and equipment rentals. Here, tourists can enjoy an ideal beach experience with lush mangrove swamps, tropical hammocks and scenic tidal creeks.

Naples Municipal Beach and Pier: With six miles of white sand, this beach is a must-see attraction for those who want to have the real pleasure of life. Sunsets are the amazing sights on this beach. Strolling and fishing are the activities available for tourists. Pelicans are often found here.

Vanderbilt Beach: This is an amazing beach with lots of facilities for tourists, such as restrooms, picnic areas, parking, bistros and bars. Strolling, watching shorebirds and collection of seashells are enjoyable activities available for tourists.

Best Time to Visit Naples

The best time to visit Naples in terms of weather, safety and tourism is from October 29thto April 8th. During this time, the weather remains moderate and there are the least chances of rainfall and snowfall.

How to Visit Naples?

Both national and international tourists can easily access Naples without much hassle. The chief airports located here are Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, Coral Creek Airport, Tampa International Airport and St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. The local means of transportation include buses, taxis and cars.

Vacation Home Rentals in Naples

FindAmericanRentals, one of the best Naples vacation rentals by owner, offers no-booking-fee vacation rentals to tourists at very affordable prices. It provides its vacation rental services around the clock, so tourists can contact it anytime to book their accommodations.