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Florida’s Paradise Coast – A natural and cultural gem tucked away in Southwest Florida

Florida’s Paradise Coast is where the Gulf of Mexico’s sparkling water meets white sand, wild islands, and downtowns filled with artful treasures, culinary delights, and countless other discoveries.

Explore Naples, Marco Island, Everglades City, Immokalee, and Ave Maria and find your most idyllic Florida vacation.

Naples is one of the wealthiest cities in the U.S. and is the heart and soul of Florida’s Paradise Coast.

It’s believed that Naples has more millionaires per capita than any other city in Florida.

But you don’t have to be a millionaire to share the wealth of offerings this destination has to offer.

From world-class shopping to great dining to some of the best golf you’ll play anywhere, Naples and Florida’s Paradise Coast has more golf holes per capita than any other city in the U.S.

Florida's Paradise Coast

At the west end of 12th Avenue, South sits the iconic Naples Pier, stretching a thousand feet into the Gulf of Mexico.

It was originally built in 1888 and has been rebuilt several times over the years. And it’s one of the top spots to catch the sunset over the Gulf.

Florida's Paradise Coast

And just south of Naples along Florida’s Paradise Coast is Marco Island. It’s the largest of Florida’s 10,000 islands and is the gateway to the Everglades.

Florida's Paradise Coast

Also along Florida’s Paradise Coast is Marco Island, home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and some of the best seashell collecting to.

There are 100 miles of manmade waterfront canals on Marco, and the majority of homes are on waterfront location.

The island is linked to the mainland by two bridges, one way in and one way out.

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