Situated in south-western Florida, Naples is among the wealthiest cities in America with expensive shopping malls and lavish golf courses. The penchant for luxury lifestyle here explains why it is the numero uno choice for extravagant get-aways. Vacation homes come in the form of condos, beach houses and estate suites that increase the indulgence factor of your trip.
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The Weather in Naples
Find the Naples climate diagram. In the next 6 months, August will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Naples, with temperatures going under 57° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is February.
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The 9 Best Restaurants in Naples
1. Sea Salt: This modern restaurant with an open plan kitchen allows diners to watch the chefs at work. Highlights include the Caesar salad sushi and giant cotton candy.
2. Citrus: Sit outside this 5th Avenue restaurant and people watch as you try macadamia crusted grouper washed down with a selection of Floridian craft beers.
3. Ocean Prime: This is a fine dining restaurant situated in the Inn on Fifth, with a great wine list. The highlight dishes include lobster bisque and fresh oysters.
4. Pinchers: A casual restaurant that serves the best fresh stone crab in the area. Sit on the outside deck and watch the fishing boats coming in to shore.
5. 21 Spices: An authentic Indian restaurant that offers a variety of delicious curries served with ice cold beer. Try the chicken madras or the chicken korma.
6. Triad Seafood: The perfect place for lunch before doing an Everglades tour. This spot serves fresh grouper sandwiches and shrimp platters.
7. Bleu Provence: A French restaurant, with one of the biggest wine lists in Florida. Try the chestnut soup or the grilled Irish salmon.
8. USS Nemo: An iconic themed restaurant that serves fish tacos, grilled hogfish, and ginger steamed salmon.
9. Brooks: This little spot serves gourmet hot dogs and burgers.
Weather in Naples
The climate is mostly sunny with 264 days of sun in a year. Rainfall occurs from June to September with an average of 54 inches of precipitation annually.
There has been no official record of snowfall in Naples ever. July is probably the hottest month here. The winter season peaks during January which is the coldest, followed by December, March and February.
Arts and Culture in Naples
The artistic leaning of Naples calls visitors from all over the world to witness the eclectic supply of artistic display in this city. Artis-Naples is a cultural hub for the visual and performing arts with around 300 performances like concerts and exhibitions taking place every year.
Artist John Carroll Long has spent 50 odd years creating art and has established his own museum in Naples. His repertoire includes sculptures, prints, and paintings that are awe-inspiring and reflective of the present at the same time.
The 3 Best Beaches in Naples
1. Clam Pass: This Beach Park has a mile long boardwalk that passes through the mangroves to get to the beach. There is a lagoon that is perfect for young children.
2. Seagate Beach: A popular spot to watch the sunset with golden sand and turquoise water.
3. Lowdermilk Park: This beach has gentle waves, wide stretches of sand, and a concession stand where you can buy snacks and rent kayaks.
Important Sights in Naples
Naples Zoo has a national accreditation and was opened in September of 1969. After several reformations over the years, 70 species of animals were added to the tropical garden. Fun and exciting for every generation, visitors can take delight in watching animals like giraffes, pythons, lions, and bears.
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
The sanctuary which primarily comprises wetlands, includes 700 acres of virgin bald cypress forest. Corkscrew is an important habitat for various endangered wildlife species. It is renowned for the man-made construction of 1.9 miles of boardwalk through the swamp.
Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park
This is a popular destination spot for sunbathing, bird watching, hiking, and fishing near Naples. The state park offers a fantastic view of the Gulf of Mexico and has one of the most beautiful flora and fauna in the world.
Built in 1895, the historic Palm Cottage is the oldest house in Naples. It is turned into a museum where visitors can encounter the rustic charm of Naples and lavish tools, artworks, and furnishings from an era gone by. Visitors can take guided tours and learn about the historical facts and unique features of this community.
Naples Botanical Museum
Founded in the year 1993, the museum has a host of gardens that signify the type of flora present in the tropics. Its mission is to spread the message of conservation of our ecosystem and to value our natural habitats.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to rent a vacation rental in Naples?
The price for House rentals and Apartment rentals in Naples is $71 per night.
How many vacation rentals are available to book in Naples?
There are currently 1,776 vacation homes in Naples to browse and book for your next trip.
What amenities are most popular for vacation homes in Naples?
Most travelers search for Internet, Pool, and TV when booking a vacation rental in Naples.
How many vacation rentals are in Naples?
Discover 1,776 vacation rentals available to book in Naples.
Are pets allowed in vacation rentals in Naples?
If traveling with a dog in Naples, 16% of vacation rentals allow pets.
What's the best time of year to travel to Naples?
If booking a vacation rental in Naples, consider that rainy season is usually in August or June, with February often being the driest.
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