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Planning the ideal beach getaway to Naples, Marco Island, and the Everglades is easy.
Learn about getting here and around, browse deals and offers, get visitor center locations, and learn about the many visitor services available. Plus, get expert insight into planning a dream destination wedding on Florida's Paradise Coast, find information on planning a meeting, and learn the latest COVID-19 health and safety information. For reviews of attractions, restaurants, and accommodations, visit our Google Travel and TripAdvisor pages.

Explore Paradise

Discover the cities and towns of Florida’s Paradise Coast using our interactive map of the area. You’ll find a world of one-of-a-kind experiences from the Gulf Coast to the Everglades.
Stroll leisurely through the palm-lined streets of Fifth Avenue South and Third Street South and you’ll encounter inviting art galleries, cafes and boutiques. Just steps from this historic downtown is Naples Beach, featuring the iconic Naples Pier where you can watch marine life frolick amidst the waves and witness one of the greatest Gulf sunsets the coast has to offer.
Marco Island
Offering diverse natural habitats, thrilling outdoor activities and picturesque waterfront restaurants, this island community is brimming with local treasures. Catch your dinner on the coast, or spend the day golfing at one of many pro-designed courses. Or, of course, there's always 6 miles of soft, sandy beaches to enjoy, with some of the best shelling you’ll find anywhere.
Everglades City
Aside from the renowned Everglades National Park, the area boasts various preserves such as the Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Big Cypress National Preserve, and more. Known as the "Stone Crab Capital of the World," visitors can savor the delicious claws of this crustacean at rustic seafood eateries during stone crab season, running from October 15 to May 1.
As the largest inland community in Collier County, it has a thriving agriculture industry, producing a significant amount of the nation's fresh produce. Immokalee's walkable downtown features authentic Mexican restaurants and local shops as well as First Street Zocalo, a half-acre park with benches and shaded areas. Anglers will enjoy first-class fishing at Lake Trafford, with largemouth bass, black crappie and bluegill waiting to be caught.
Ave Maria
Home to Ave Maria University, this master-planned community features a mix of restaurants, shops and services, as well as signature events such as the Winter Festival in January, Blues Brews & BBQ Festival in February and the Margarita & Taco Festival in March. From trolley tours to arts and craft festivals and seasonal farmers markets, there's plenty to discover in Ave Maria.


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