Michael Kolb
    Realtor in Naples

   Helping you to buy or sell your home in Southwest Florida

Shopping in Naples, Florida

Everyday needs

For the everyday needs, the town offers a large number of big supermarkets in which almost all food (also bread, fresh cakes and pastries, fruit and vegetables, meat, etc.) can be gotten.

Sporadically, one will find a small market stall which offers freshly harvested fruit and vegetables.

Shopping centers

The shopping centers are distributed in Naples around the town. 5th Ave South and 3rd Street South used to be the original center of town. Because there was no room for more expansion, other centers were created.

Many years ago Coastland Center was built with several department stores and approx. 150 other stores.  

Tin City is situated in an attractive harbor. Here, former warehouses and factory buildings were changed to store and restaurants. Squeaky wooden floors  tell the history of Tin City.

The more exclusive stores belong to the newer shopping points of the town like Waterside Shops , The Promenade and from water situated Venetian Village.

Shopping centers with well-acclaimed restaurants have  beautiful residential possibilities built above for example in Bayfront. Another large center is Coconut Point which is finally done with construction. The next large-scale projects have already begun with the Mercato Center and Renaissance-Village.

Because of a large tourist population, several outlet centers have also originated in Southwest Florida. Here, manufacturers offer goods for especially favorable prices when the products weren’t even taken from the surrounding retailers. The architecture on the buildings was done very well and is very attractive. These clothing stores, cosmetics stores and equipment stores offer everything and above a normal store. Approx. 20 miles north of Naples, Miromar-Outlet-Center graces Naples with its award of being one of the best outlet shops. Tanger-Outlet-Center , located west of Fort Myers, is also good, but has less of a selection than Miromar. Prime Outlets, south of Naples, has about 40 stores relatively small and almost without well-known brands.