Of course Naples Florida is known as one of the most beautiful resort destinations in the country, but itâ€™s important to discern why so many come year after year to discover the incredible amenities of distinction such as its beaches and superior golfing that make Naples such a special place.
First and foremost, it is the miles of crystal white sands, powder blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico and vast shoreline that border the wondrous coast of Southwest Florida that so many visitors come to relish in each and every season. With the warmth of the Florida sun and the radiance it endows, itâ€™s no wonder why Naples is a magnet for all who come to enjoy its splendor. The top best beaches, and those that come to mind, are truly the most fabulous and untouched beaches of Naples and include the beaches of Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Clam Pass Beach Park, North Gulfshore Boulevard Beach and the renowned Vanderbilt Beach. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is a 166-acre tropical oasis with miles of pure white sands, where kayakers, boaters and fisherman frequent and located on a narrow barrier island this pass, a natural outlet for the Cocohatchee River.
In addition to the outdoor activities of fishing, boating and kayaking, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park offers its guests Gulf-front swimming and picnicking amongst incredible preserves thick with mangroves, sea grapes and palm trees. Clam Pass Beach Park is another favorite laced with 35-acres of mangroves, coastal dunes and beaches, a boardwalk that provides access to and from the beach and offers access to free shuttle service, with beach equipment rentals and food and drink services available. North Gulfshore Boulevard Beach provides a walking path between the condos of Seagate and North Gulfshore Boulevard Beach in a calm and pictorial setting. Vanderbilt Beach is one of the largest and populated beaches inâ€“season in Naples and offers beach equipment rentals including cabanas and water sports, concessions, is in very close proximity to the best restaurants in the North Naples area as well as great shopping and fabulous entertainment options. Over the past couple of years, Collier County has expanded parking on Vanderbilt Beach to include a 3-story parking facility to accommodate its expanding visitor populace.