Vanderbilt Beach Rental Real EstateContact Scott Sorenson, Real Estate agent
Visit Naples Luxury Real Estate Email Scott Sorenson Realtor
spacer
spacer
 Vanderbilt Beach Vacation Rentals
spacer
arrow
Beach Vacation Rentals
arrow
Vanderbilt Beach Rentals
arrow
Vanderbilt Beach Map
arrow
Deutsche Version
arrow
E-Mail Updates Signup
spacer
CONNECT US ON:
Facebook
Twitter
Blog
spacer
 Naples Florida Real Estate
spacer
arrow
All Naples Real Estate
arrow
Naples Luxury Rentals
NAPLES REAL ESTATE BY AREA
arrow
Bay Colony Real Estate
arrow
Park Shore Real Estate
arrow
Pelican Bay Real Estate
arrow
Pelican Bay Vacation Rental
arrow
Port Royal Real Estate
arrow
Vanderbilt Beach R.E. For Sale
spacer
spacer
 Vanderbilt Beach Rentals
spacer
arrow
Vanderbilt Beach Condo
arrow
156 Channel Drive - House
arrow
406 Heron Avenue - House
arrow
More Vanderbilt Beach Rentals
spacer
spacer
 Out Of State Rental
spacer
arrow
Wayzata, Minnetonka House
spacer
spacer
 Naples, Florida
spacer
arrow
About Naples
arrow
Naples Area Map
arrow
Naples Real Estate Blog
arrow
Naples Community Info
spacer
spacer
 Naples Interior Design
spacer
spacer
Mimi Jolie MaisonMimi Jolie Maison, Inc. is an award winning high end Interior Design firm specialized in custom design for large residential projects and model merchandizing for developers and investors. My education and design flair comes from 15 years experience in Chicago and 10 years experience in Naples Florida.
spacer
spacer
 Naples Luxury Real Estate
spacer
spacer
Naples Real EstateFrom Naples most recognizable address, Port Royal - to any of the upscale Naples Beach or Waterfront Real Estate, we have all the information and resources to help you buy or sell a home more effectively in Naples Florida. For all your Naples Area Real Estate needs, please visit our web site, Click Here
spacer
 
 
decor
NAPLES CITY INFORMATION
Population: 20,976

Elevation: 9 Feet Above Sea Level

Land Area: 12.0 Square Miles

Location: Naples is located on the west coast of Florida in Collier County, approximately 100 miles west of Miami. It is the southernmost major city on the west coast.

Local Seasons:

It is said that life in this subtropical coastal city is perpetually sunny and sophisticated. If you like the beach, golf, fishing, boating, or any outdoor activity, every season is the perfect season in Naples. The winter tends to be the most crowded as people from the northern states like to get out of those snowy, bitter days and enjoy the sunshine of southwest Florida. Fishing is fabulous this time of year, particularly for big game fish. With temperatures approaching 80 degrees F in the daytime and only dropping to just under 70 degrees F at night, it’s perfect for that romantic walk on the beach or dinner at an outdoor café. Summer is less crowded and with temperatures in the 90’s F during the day, the beautiful Gulf of Mexico is a welcome relief. Even though it’s humid in the summer, the average temperature is only 82 degrees F, making it enjoyable. Summer is a great time to enjoy some of the many attractions of Naples, all of which are air-conditioned. Shopping is a must with everything from antiques to the latest in fashion. Spring and fall have the perfect temperature and temperament for anyone. During both seasons, festivals abound. Spring brings the annual Seafood festival, Orchid festival, Rose festival, and even a Swamp Buggy Festival. In the fall, things continue with a Sand Sculpting festival, the annual Folk and Blues festival and the Hibiscus festival. With temperatures so pleasant, these special events can make your visit even more enjoyable. No matter what your reason for visiting or the time of year you come, Naples is waiting with a “sunny” smile.

Getting There:

By Car:

Main access to the area is via I-75, known as Alligator Alley. From I-75, three exits offer drivers entry into the area. Exit 101 to SR 84 leads visitors to downtown Naples. This is the best exit for visiting Fifth Avenue South, Third Street South, the Naples Pier and the many shops, galleries and restaurants in Old Naples. Exit 101 is also the exit for Marco Island - just follow Collier Boulevard (SR 951) west to the island. Exit 107 (Pine Ridge Road) leads you directly to U.S. 41 and the heart of Naples. This is the best exit to reach Clam Pass and Vanderbilt Beach parks, as well as the area's leading beach and golf resorts. Exit 111 (Immokalee Road) leads to North Naples to the west and the National Audubon Society's renowned Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, just 15 miles east.

Naples, Marco Island, Everglades City and Immokalee can also be reached from Miami via U.S. Highway 41, also known as the Tamiami Trail. This road, designated as a National Scenic Byway and Florida Scenic Highway, celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2003. This two-hour drive takes you through the Everglades and Big Cypress National Preserve. There are numerous scenic stops along the way. Drivers passing at sunrise and sunset are often rewarded with stunningly beautiful imagery. Anytime of the day you may also spot many species of birds and wildlife.

By Air:

Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW)
16000 Chamberlin Parkway, Fort Myers, Florida 33913
239-768-4381
The region's largest airport, is just 40 minutes to the north in Fort Myers. Most major domestic airlines serve the airport.

The Naples Municipal Airport
160 Aviation Drive North, Naples, FL 34104
239-643-0733
Offers commuter and direct flights to and from nearby international airports, as well as private charters and regularly scheduled flights to Miami and the Florida Keys.

The Collier County Airport Authority
239-657-9003
Operates three airports in the region: Marco Executive Airport, which can accommodate jet traffic; Immokalee Regional Airport and Everglades Airpark in Everglades City.

By Train:

Amtrak
Offers service as far as the Fort Myers station, located just north of Naples.
Ft. Myers Travel Plaza
6050 Plaza Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33903
800-USA-RAIL

By Bus

Greyhound Bus Line
Offers regular service into Naples.
2540 Davis Blvd., Naples, FL 34104-4331
239-774-5660

Naples Trolley
A private trolley tour service operating in Naples.
800-592-0848

Getting Around

Once in Naples Florida, there are plenty of ways to get around town. The Collier County Bus System (CAT) offers convenient transportation for visitors and residents. All day Collier Area Transit bus passes are available with reduced rates for seniors, students and people with disabilities.

Collier County Traffic Operations and Alternative Transportation Modes
2705 Horseshoe Drive South, Naples, Florida 34104
239-774-8192


A Trolley Tour is the best way to see all that Naples has to offer. The narrated tour covers over 100 points of interest, including a synopsis of Naples' rich history. You can board on and off, as often as you like, and catch the next trolley once you've finished eating, shopping or discovering all the wonderful shops, galleries and restaurants Naples has to offer. Daily fares are reasonable and discounts are available for children. Schedules are available in brochure racks in the lobbies of most hotels and motels.

For a romantic ride through Old Naples, go back in time with a ride on a handsome cab. Naples Horse & Carriage Co. offers horse-drawn carriage rides through the center of town. Experience the ambience of Naples from a different vantage point. What a wonderful way to end your evening!