Sotheby's International Realty  |  325 Vanderbilt Beach Rd.  Naples, FL 34108



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With over 10 miles of white sandy beaches spanning from south of the Naples Pier to Barefoot Beach, you will love the Beach Lifestyle Naples offers. From fishing, a casual stroll to watching sunsets, our Naples Area Beaches offer a variety of public access points and metered parking.  Below are some of the popular beach locations.

If you are not familiar with Parking at our area beaches and plan to stay a while with us, make sure you check out the link for Parking Permits.  Even if you are a visitor to Collier County and plan to visit for a while, parking permits may be purchased to save you both time and money at our Naples area beaches.

Within the City of Naples there are a multitude of beach access locations.  One of the favorite attractions for both Naples residents and our visitors is the Naples Pier.  Whether you are looking to fish in the Gulf of Mexico or simply enjoy a sunset over the Pier, you will soon come to love this great location.

From great events to just enjoying a day in the sunshine.  Lowdermilk Park offers you a great location, just minutes from downtown Naples where you can pass the day away.

Conner Park provides parking off-site of the North Naples beach area. It is just a short walk away from beautiful Collier County beaches.  This location offers a great place for the kids to play or a convenient way to avoid the direct beach traffic when looking for a place to park.

Clam Pass Park is located in the North Naples area, one of the most populated sections of Collier County.  This park is also one of the most popular beach access points much like Vanderbilt Beach. Clam Pass boasts 35 acres of coastal habitat and preserves that habitat by providing beach access from a three-quarter-mile boardwalk to the sandy beach.

Collier County's desirable coast reaches its zenith at Barefoot Beach Preserve, where numerous animal species reside and visitors are able to enjoy the ambience of the park's natural surroundings.

Beach Info

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Parking Permits

The Naples Pier

Lowdermilk Park & Beach

Conner Beach

Clam Pass beach

Barefoot Beach