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Things to Do While Vacationing in Naples, Florida

by Kevin Smith Author

When people talk about going on vacation in Florida, the first locations that come to mind are likely tourist hot-spots like Orlando and Miami. But there's one city that is the ideal destination for a Florida vacation. It has beautiful beaches, fun activities, interesting landmarks, and a lot less tourists to crowd your days. This hidden treasure of the Sunshine State is called Naples, and if you're thinking about taking a trip there, here are some things to do after you book your Naples, FL, beach vacation rentals.

Naples Botanical Garden

The Naples Botanical Garden provides a beautiful place for a relaxing stroll on your vacation. You can wind your way through a variety of plants, trees, and flowers, surrounding yourself with a rainbow of nature's colors. There's also a children's garden, so that the younger members of your family can burn off their ample energy without worrying about getting into any trouble. It's a lovely place to visit for all members of your family at any time of the year.

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is a 13,000-acre nature preserve that houses some of Florida's most interesting animal species. It's a perfect place to go bird watching, or to try and spy an elusive alligator. Every member of the family can enjoy this sprawling sanctuary, so bring your binoculars and a picnic lunch, and make it a highlight of your Florida vacation.

Manatee Tours

Speaking of spotting unique animal species, Florida is home to one of the most unusual aquatic animals in the world--the manatee. This endangered species once gave birth to tales of mermaids, according to some stories, and they make their home almost exclusively in Florida waters. If you wish to spot one of these gentle animals in the wild, there are many opportunities to book specialized tours, which will take you out to view manatees in their natural habitats. You will never forget the time that you spend observing these beautiful animals.

Third Street South

This historic neighborhood in downtown Naples is known for chic shops, excellent food, and other lovely attractions. It's a great place to spend an evening, or an entire day, as you explore the shops and sidewalk cafes, or sip a glass of wine at an outdoor bistro. Just a few blocks from Naples Pier and some beautiful beaches, Third Street South is an essential stop on your tour of Naples.

So what are you waiting for? Book your Naples, FL, beach vacation rentals and start planning your trip to this beautiful city.

 

 


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