Naples is a city in Florida’s Collier County. The city is recognised for its opulent houses, beautiful sand beaches, and multiple golf courses. Naples bills itself as the “Golf Capital of the World,” with the second-highest number of holes per capita among all cities and the most holes of any Florida city.
The city is also known for attracting pensioners, who make up a significant portion of the population.
The beach, which spans 166 acres, is well-equipped, with plenty of parking, bathrooms, beach rental equipment, food shops, and picnic areas. The ocean is calm and transparent, and the beach is covered in shells but offers lots of soft spots to sit on, according to many tourists. The park also has excellent snorkeling opportunities at an offshore reef.
Between March and May is the finest time to visit Naples. Temperatures in the 80s during the day are ideal for a day at the beach or on the golf course. More importantly, you’ll avoid the winter price rises if you travel during this period. Despite the costly prices, winter is the most popular season here, with average temperatures in the mid-70s. Summer is another busy season in Naples, but even at the beach, being in the 90s with high humidity is uncomfortable. Naples’ fall brings a 10-degree drop in temperature, as well as a drop in hotel costs and tourists.