Shopping is a favorite pastime in Naples. The upscale shops of Olde Naples 5th Avenue and 3rd Street South are famous. The Waterside Shops at Pelican Bay have completed large expansion. The Village on Venetian Bay, Coastland Center Mall, Bayfront and the brand new Coconut Point Mall! - they all add to the ambiance that is Naples, Florida!
|3rd Street South Old Naples
3rd Street South sits in the heart of Old Naples and reflects the charm of an eclectic mix of high-end apparel shops, intimate art galleries and free-spirited restaurants, bistros and open-air cafes with Mediterranean and Caribbean architectural influences. Shoppers along 3rd Street South will find their treasures served up with memories of an older, more casual Naples.
Location: Heart of Old Naples
|5th Avenue District
What the Via Corso is to Rome and the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore is to Paris is what 5th Avenue South is to Naples. Tree-lined sidewalks carry shoppers past many of Naples’ most prestigious boutiques and fine shops. Strollers have 12 blocks and 50 buildings to peruse as they walk, and since shopping is hard work, 5th Avenue South is liberally dotted with noteworthy restaurants and stimulating art galleries. 5th Avenue South is also the primary venue for periodic street art festivals with artists presented their works under white canopies from one end of the avenue to the other. In the evenings, café life spills out onto the sidewalk for dining and sipping al fresco.
Location: US41 South to 5th Avenue
Beautiful Vista overlooking Naples Bay. Dinning, Shopping and entertainment. Mediterranean courtyard with fountain and courtyard gardens. Enjoy an afternoon of delight or evening of fun at Bayfront!
Location: Goodlette Road South to US4
|Coastland Center Mall
For a more conventional shopping excursion, or a retail marathon, the Coastland Center is Naples, Florida’s regional mall. Newly renovated and located walking distance from the Best Western Naples Inn & Suites. It boasts four major department stores, 14 places to eat and 150 specialty retail stores keep shoppers hopping for hours.
Location: On the corner of US41 and Golden Gate
|Coconut Point Mall
Coconut Point mall is the center of focus for a 500-acre, master planned community that is more than a shopping center. The property includes 90,000 square feet of office condominiums, residential units, up to 1.2 million square feet of retail space, and a variety of great restaurants - all surrounding several acres of lakes with a boardwalk. Coconut Point is the place for people to gather,shop, dine, work, play, see a new film - you name it; in an open, Main Street-style shopping destination with Mediterranean Revival-style architecture that is designed to fit gracefully with the architectural flavor of Southwest Florida.
Location: US41 North between Corkscrew Rd and Coconut Road, Estero
|Miromar Outlet Shops
Miromar Outlets features more than 120 top designer and great brand name manufacturers' outlets, including Off 5th Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet, Escada Company Store, Donna Karan / DKNY, Ellen Tracy, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Cole Haan, St. John, Perry Ellis, Polo Ralph Lauren, Nike Factory Store, Tommy Hilfiger, adidas, Reebok Outlet Store, Bose Factory Store, Lenox, Coach, Nautica and many more! By buying directly from the manufacturers, shoppers will find savings of up to 70% off retail prices! In addition to great savings and great selection, Miromar Outlets also offers great dining, with restaurants including Luna Rossa Italian Restaurant, LaBamba Mexican Restaurant, Luna Pizza, Key Western Grille, and more!
Location: Interstate 75 Exit 123, South of Ft. Myers International Airport
|Naples Trade Center
Naples Trade Center is a commercial district that most Neapolitans don’t know exists until they stumble across it. Yet here, in an area bounded roughly by Vanderbilt Beach Road, Airport Road, Pine ridge Road and Goodlette Frank Road, reside some 500 businesses ranging companies that supply other businesses to art galleries and interior design studios. Not the place to shop for the latest in evening wear, perhaps, but if you have a home to furnish, don’t overlook the Naples Trade Center.
Location: West of Airport-Pulling Road
|Park Shore Drive & Venetian Village Shopping
Instead of finding the same stores that are so often duplicated, The Village has assembled a collection of nearly 60 shops, galleries, and restaurants truly unique and special. All beautifully set right on the waterfront...and decidedly fashionable. A must shopping adventure if you are visiting Naples.
Location: Park Shore west to Venetian Village
Perhaps the funkiest shopping and dining in Naples, Florida can be experienced at Tin City 80 years ago, they shelled and processed clams and oysters on this site. 50 years later the site was converted to a shopping destination using old marine industry structures. This nautical ambience continues, with about 40 kiosks and crannies selling collectables, souvenirs and topical gifts. Waterfront dining also is available overlooking the Gordon River.
Location: Tamiami Trail East across from Bayfront Plaza