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About Naples

“Naples Florida is consistently rated as one of America’s Best Vacation Spots, Best Places to Retire, Best Place to Raise Your Kids, and one of Happiest and Healthiest Small Cities…if you think one place can’t have all this, I’d say you’ve probably never been here. This is one place that’s almost as much fun to visit as it is to live here!”

Naples is known for magnificent white sand beaches, an abundance of golf courses, waterfront homes, and a world-class dining, shopping and art scene. Famous for breathtaking sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico, Naples is one of the happiest and healthiest small cities in the country. With 34 miles of pristine and easily accessible beaches, diverse sports and recreation, abundant daily sunshine, Naples is a perfect paradise to call home.

If you are seeking a charming beach town rich with culture, an excellent public-school system and friendly happy residents – think Naples, Florida! When you are ready to buy, sell or simply look, consider Janine your ambassador to coastal living.

About Nearby Marco Island

Marco Island, just a short ride from the Florida Everglades and close to Naples, is the largest and only developed land in Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands. This Gulf Coast retreat offers luxury resorts, beautiful beaches and unspoiled parks. Marco Island’s tropical climate and proximity to the ocean are huge lures.

About Neighboring Bonita Springs and Estero

Bonita Springs, a welcoming beach community in Southwest Florida between Fort Myers and Naples, is home to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida Nature Center.

Fishing and outdoor activities are popular in Bonita Springs, as are the sparkling beaches.

Bonita Springs also harbors Lovers Key State Park, a place so named because it once was an island so remote only lovers went to the trouble to seek its privacy. Today, you don’t need a boat to get to the beach. It’s easy to reach, but still not as well known as many other state parks. The 2.5-mile beach is lined with natural vegetation and is perfect for beachcombing and birding.

For some off-leash excitement there’s the rightly named Dog Beach Park. It’s one of Florida’s only no-leash beaches and a big hit for both locals and visitors. The secluded shoreline and shallow waters make Dog Beach Park one of our best pet-friendly beaches, and when you get the chance, there are even more spots to explore.

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