Though you’ll never want to leave the comforts and activities of Quail Creek Country Club, you may want to see the wonderful world that is Naples!


Shopping in Naples is a world-class experience. From couture boutiques and fine art galleries to outlet malls and souvenir shops, Naples is your oyster no matter kind of shopping you like.

Fifth Avenue South is located in Old Naples where beautiful banyan trees line avenues that stretch to the Gulf of Mexico. This shopping district combines an historic main street feel with sophistication. On Fifth Avenue South, you can indulge in gourmet meals at one-of-a-kind restaurants. Numerous art galleries and the von Liebig Art Center, feature well-known and up-and-coming artists. You’ll find boutiques that offer casual sportswear, beach wear, formal attire, stunning accessories and unique gifts. Fifth Avenue South is also home to live theater and venues for fine dining and live entertainment.
Another shopper’s delight in Old Naples is Third Street South. Similar to Fifth Avenue South, this destination delivers the world-class shopping you expect. Find chic fashion, tropical clothes and gear, unique jewelry and modern and antique art. A variety of dining options await you, from outdoor seating at casual bistros to formal dining in upscale restaurants. This area combines Mediterranean, European and Caribbean design aesthetics to create a relaxed environment for enjoying all that Naples has to offer.
If souvenirs and kitschy collectibles are your thing, Tin City is the place for you. This waterfront shopping experience brings creative shops and fabulous food together in a nautical and historic setting. Originally a collection of old marine workshops, Tin City is a collection of shops that offers everything from postcards and tee shirts to unique art and art objects. This is also where you’ll board one of many vessels for dinner cruises, sunset cruises, fishing charters or sightseeing tours.
This uniquely Naples shopping experience was designed to take full advantage of its amazing waterfront location. Styled like a European village, The Village On Venetian Bay offers boutique shopping, fine dining and entertainment. When you’re ready to take a break from shopping — whether to chat with friends or enjoy a coffee — plenty of outdoor seating awaits.
Waterside Shops at Pelican Bay caters to your penchant for luxury, with high-end shops such as the Apple Store, Cartier, Gucci, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Nordstrom, as well as retailers like Ann Taylor, Pottery Barn and The Gap. Strategically architected around tranquil waterfalls, the natural, lush landscaping creates a relaxing shopping experience. Plenty of casual dining options are available here as well, with indoor and outdoor seating so you can enjoy the Florida breezes.
This traditionally-styled mall features all of your favorite retailers, four department stores including Macys, Dillards, Sears and JC Penney, a bustling food court with varied options and casual dining at eateries like Cheesecake Factory.
Featuring Whole Foods Market and Silverspot Cinema, an 11-screen premier-style theater, as its star retailers, the Mercato offers unique restaurants and more than 20 upscale retailers. Mercato offers a variety of events year-round, including art festivals, movies on the grass and luxury car shows, among others.
In nearby Estero, Florida, Coconut Point is a picturesque outdoor mall featuring more than140 stores including Dillard’s, Target and Barnes & Noble – all surrounding several acres of lakes with a boardwalk. From jewelry to apparel and accessories to sporting goods, there’s something for every shopper here, as well as a range of dining options.


Naples, Florida — known as the crown jewel of Southwest Florida — is home to some of the most beautiful beaches you’ll find. Each one has a personality all its own, so there’s sure to be one that fits your style.

Naples Clam Pass Beach Park is one of the most popular beaches in Naples. The entrance to the park is located behind the Naples Grande Hotel on Seagate Drive. A boardwalk through the mangroves that’s less than a mile long takes you to the beach. You can take a (free) shuttle at the entrance but you may just enjoy the walk. Relax with a cocktail or a snack at the beachfront restaurant while watching the sun set.
Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is one of the biggest and most popular parks in Naples. It is located 6 miles west of I-75, near Bonita Springs and Naples. The park features a white sandy beach – over a mile long – and a mangrove forest, covering 80 percent of the Park. Delnor-Wiggins is home to a wide variety of birds and the endangered gopher tortoise. There is a picnic pavilion and a tower that offers a beautiful view of the Gulf. This park is a great place for picnicking or engaging in your favorite water activities, such as fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling and kayaking.
Lovers Key State Park is a group of 4 mangrove islands (Inner Key, Long Key, Lovers Key and Black Island) located between Bonita Beach and Fort Myers Beach. It’s a tranquil place that feels isolated and intimate. Besides fishing and swimming, you can enjoy kayaking and canoeing through the inner waterways, or hiking and biking on Black Island. Lovers Key State Park offers bike, kayak and canoe rentals and there’s a small bar located on the Inner Key. Wildlife that can be seen around this park include ospreys, hawks and owls, among others.
Lowdermilk Park is host to beautiful sunsets, with a covered pavilion that’s perfect for weddings and parties. The park’s proximity to downtown Naples makes it a convenient and popular spot for taking a break from shopping or for relaxing on the beach and watching a beautiful sunset. Access to the beautiful beaches, children’s playground and sand volleyball courts is easy.
Vanderbilt Beach is located at the end of Vanderbilt Beach Road and provides easy boardwalk access to the beach from the adjacent parking garage. Locals and visitors alike come to this beach to relax in the sun, go shelling in the early morning or enjoy activities such as parasailing, paddleboarding and jet skiing. There are a number of restaurants, bars and shops nearby as well.

Fine Arts

Naples, Florida is brimming with the arts. With many offerings in music, theater, dance, visual arts and more, Naples is known for its rich, cultural life.

For the collector and admirer of visual arts, Naples has long been a foundry for the work of established and emerging artists. You’ll find exhibitions at the numerous galleries, studios and museums throughout Naples. Explore an art festival or shop an antiques fair. There’s something for every taste and style.

If the performing arts are your passion, Naples has you covered. From Artis–Naples (formerly the Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts) to the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall just to the north in Fort Myers, you’ll enjoy year round performances, ranging from symphonies and ballets to Broadway shows on tour and popular musicians from all genres. Naples also offers several local theaters, presenting live productions that cover the classics to cutting-edge drama to fullscale Broadway musicals. Film aficionados won’t want to miss the International Film Festival each fall. And that’s just the beginning.