Welcome to Olde Naples

Containing the city’s downtown historic district, Olde Naples is the perfect blend of city and beach. Coconut palms, banyan trees, and tropical flowers line shopping promenades while art galleries and theatres offer a different kind of culture.

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Commute Times
Fort Myers (Southwest Florida International Airport) 35m by car
Marco Island 30m by car
Miami 2 hours by car
East to West 15th Ave. to South Golf Dr.
North to South Tamiami Trail/9th St. South and Naples Bay to the Gulf of Mexico
Nearby Neighborhoods Aqualane Shores, Royal Harbor, Port Royal

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Olde naples:
Rich history and a vibrant downtown makes the perfect blend of old and new

Walkability is treasured in Olde Naples, and there are many desirable places to visit. The iconic Naples Pier, built in 1888, is the oldest structure in Naples, and just down the street is city’s oldest home, the historic Palm Cottage, constructed by Walter Haldeman, one of Naples’ founding residents, in 1895. With rich history and a vibrant downtown, Olde Naples is the beautiful blend of old and new.

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What to expect:
Outdoor living in the sunshine with plenty of boutique shopping

With shopping on Fifth Avenue and Third Street, and with restaurants, parks, museums, and the beach an easy stroll (or bike ride) away, residents love getting outside in the sunshine. In high season, every weekend is full of art shows, outdoor concerts and the famous Saturday farmer’s market, while summer months turn the town into a peaceful getaway.

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The lifestyle:
Nourishment for the body, brain, and soul

Residents of Olde Naples say there’s no reason to be bored, unless you want to be. From the Arthur Allen Tennis Center to the Sugden Community Theater, the body, brain, and soul will find nourishment. With a sophisticated but casual vibe, dinner attire means anything from golf shorts to sequins. People in Olde Naples are so content that nobody has time to think about what may be missing.

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Unexpected appeal:
Quieter nights with active mornings

With many of the bars and restaurants closing at midnight, Olde Naples isn’t the place to come for all-night raves. Instead of nursing hangovers, residents can put their mornings to good use, meeting friends for tennis, bocce, or basketball at Cambier Park, where kids will also love the playground.

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The market:
Quaint cottages, breathtaking mansions, and high price points

In charming Olde Naples, historic beach cottages are tucked amongst elegant mansions and downtown condos, making the neighborhood elegant but unpretentious. Strict building codes limit the beachfront residences in Olde Naples to single family homes, helping keep the beaches pristine. Housing one of the nation’s most affluent populations, Olde Naples real estate is exclusive and stunning.

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You'll fall in love with:
Sunsets over the emerald green Gulf waters

Sunset in Olde Naples is a spectacular show, especially since every avenue ends with beach access. From the soft beach sands at Fifth Avenue South, locals and tourists alike gather to take in the pink-tangerine scene.

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