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Florida's Paradise Coast is the place to shop.

The Naples area is known for the finer things in life, and its great shopping is one of the destination's most enticing aspects. From eclectic, one-of-a-kind accessories at stylish boutiques to top fashions at major malls to discounted designer finds at outlet centers and consignment shops, you'll likely strike gold as you search for treasure in Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades.

 

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Nordstrom Rack

9100 Strada Place
Suite 2100
Naples, FL 34108

Nordstrom Rack carries merchandise from Nordstrom stores at 50-60% off original Nordstrom prices from such designers as Kate Spade, Vince Camuto, Taha...

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Naples Art

585 Park St.
Naples, FL 34102

For over 65 years Naples Art has been the center of arts and cultural in downtown Naples, a town square for the arts....

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Naples Art is dedicated to promoting and advancing education, interest, and participation in the visual arts in Southwest Florida.

Mercato

9132 Strada Plc.
Ste. 11103
Naples, FL 34108

Anchored by the 12-screen luxury Silverspot Cinema, Mercato is a dining, nightlife, shopping and special events mecca....

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Island Company

1290 Third Street S.
Naples, FL 34102

Island Company is a focused lifestyle brand of tropical travel apparel worn the world over.  Island Company is now carried in hundreds of the top reso...

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BR Uno

1193 Third Street S.
Naples, FL 34102

Be sure to visit our boutique gift shop specializing in unique items from France and all over Europe. You won't find better gift options anywhere....

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Harmon-Meek Gallery

599 Ninth St. N., Ste. 309
Naples, FL 34102

Established in Naples in 1964, Harmon-Meek Gallery is the oldest gallery of American Art in the Southeast United States.  Harmon-Meek Gallery is a sma...

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a sampling of the work on display at Harmon-Meek Gallery. shown here are works by Hunt Slonem, Robert Kipniss, Adolf Dehn, Richard Segalman, Gary Bukovnik, Milton Hebald, Anita Huffington and Robert Vickrey

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