Naples visitors and locals alike refer to the area between 7th Ave North and 12th Street South as Olde Naples. The ghost of Naples first town square, telephone company, train depot, bank, and library, can be felt as you walk the streets of lush native landscaping and beautiful homes that line this historic area today. A pivotal location in Naples history now boasts world renowned dining, shopping, and entertainment at its epicenter of 5th Avenue South.
Public beach access is located at the end of every block, and the Naples Pier that stands today can be found by walking down 12th Street South.
Olde Naples is comprised of single family homes and large attached villas, with low to mid-rise condominiums sprinkled in between. This prestigious residential area attracts some of the most unique architecture in the city. Finding modern twists on the Key West beach cottage with wrap around porches, to the Spaniard inspired terra cotta colors of tile roofs and clay accents, the aesthetic attraction of Naples living is felt in the heart of the city.