Shopping in Naples, Florida

Part of Naples’
considerable charm is afforded by the many select
shopping centers, each distinctive in style, where
you can browse and dine in comfort. Third Street
South in Olde Naples is just such a place. Here
you will discover stylish shops for the wardrobe
and the home, along with jewelry stores and art
galleries in a setting of French and Georgian
architecture blended with Old Florida buildings
and exotically shaded side streets.

Within walking
distance or a minute’s car ride, downtown Fifth
Avenue South extends its broad tree-lined aspect
to the beach. Fashionable shops, art galleries and
European bistros will likely detain you along the
way. Every winter, Fifth Avenue holds its
“Christmas Walk” in tandem with Third
Street’s sparkling “Festival of Lights.”

Off Fifth Avenue
eastbound, you will find our unique Tin City at
The Old Marine Marketplace, which still retains a
flavor of its nautical past with planked walkways
that lead through an air conditioned, indoor maze
of over 40 unusual boutiques and eateries. Taking
enthusiastic advantage of local sea fare are Tin
City’s two popular restaurants, Riverwalk Fish
& Ale House and Merriman’s Wharf, both
enjoying views over the docks of Naples Bay.

-= Dockside =-

In the same
neighborhood are Dockside Boardwalk, a series of
quaint waterside shops crammed full of unique
gifts, artwork and apparel, and the Olde Naples
Seaport, a mini-mall of arts and souvenirs – home
to the Naples Princess Cruise Ship and to the Key
Wester’ Fish & Pasta House, overlooking the
Bay. Crayton Cove is yet another dockside shopping
haven with intriguing boutiques and casual dining.

-= Venetian Bay =-

On Gulfshore
Boulevard, the Village on Venetian Bay provides a
Mediterranean excursion into the picturesque. An
underground tunnel connects two waterfront
shopping plazas, comprising more than 50 fabulous
shops, galleries, cafes and upscale restaurants,
including Bayside Seafood Grill & Bar.

Close to The
Registry Resort and Philharmonic Center for the
Arts, a further enchantment awaits at Waterside
Shops, where the sound of classical music and
cascading waterfalls serenade you on your way to
stores like Saks Fifth Avenue, Jacobson’s, and
Barnes & Noble Bookstore. Plan on having lunch
at Waterside, or at least a gourmet ice cream.

With over 100 department stores, plus a huge food court, the
non-stop shop experience is alive and well at the
Coastland Center Mall, located in the heart of
downtown.

 

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