Naples is a city on the Gulf of Mexico in southwest Florida that’s known for high-end shopping and golf courses. The Naples Pier, first erected in 1888, is the city’s symbol and is a popular fishing and dolphin-spotting destination. It’s flanked by miles of beaches with calm waters and fine white “sugar” sand, including those at Clam Pass Park and Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. ― Google
Long known as a hideaway for retirees, the area has evolved to appeal to a wider, more diverse, and younger audience with its vibrant downtown cafe scene and exhilarating outdoor adventure activities.
Naples has appeared in the top ten of Dr. Beach’s 2006 America’s Best Beaches list issued every year by coastal researcher Dr. Stephen Leatherman. Travelocity also named Barefoot Beach as one of its Top Ten Secluded Beaches for the summer of 2005. Conde Nast Traveler put Naples on its list of Top Twenty Beaches in America in 2006. The Travel Channel named Naples America’s Best All-Around Beach for 2005 because of the wealth of activity choices in the area along with its lovely white sands. Consumers at Yahoo! Travel voted Naples Beach in the Top Ten USA Beaches in 2003. – paradisecoast.com
In Naples, the summers are long, hot, oppressive, wet, and mostly cloudy and the winters are short, comfortable, windy, and mostly clear. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 56°F to 89°F and is rarely below 44°F or above 92°F.
Based on the tourism score, the best times of year to visit Naples for warm-weather activities are from late January to early May and from late October to late December. – weatherspark.com
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