Naples, FL, USA

Naples, FL, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 7,124 vacation rentals near Naples. From 4,167 condos to 2,278 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Naples for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Sunny sophistication that's open to all walks of life

Naples has a thriving population of millionaires, plus upscale boutiques, shops, and restaurants, so you'll be pleasantly surprised by the friendly, laid-back atmosphere. Known for its stylish street scene, white sand beaches, and relaxing weather, the city manages to be chic without being snobby. It was founded in 1886, when businessmen bought 8,700 acres on the Gulf of Mexico and named it after that other Naples on the sunny coast of Italy. Today, families, couples, and retirees are still having the time of their lives by the sea. Grab a Naples vacation rental near the beach and join them.

Relaxation, sun, and fun are the staples of Naples

If you're willing to embrace the true essence of the city, head from your Naples vacation rental to the beach and promptly stop worrying. Sure, there's plenty to do. Stroll down 5th Avenue and peruse the shops, head to a private course for a round of golf, sail away on a dolphin-watching cruise or a boat tour around Naples Bay. Feeling sporty? Rent a jet ski or take a scuba diving lesson. Just remember your mission: to chill. A day spent lying under your beach umbrella is a perfectly respectable day in Naples.

Butterflies, banyan trees, and beautiful art

For the cultured adult, Naples natives will suggest the Baker Museum, a treasure trove of 20th-century modern and contemporary art. For the kid in you, head to the Golisano Children's Museum of Naples. It was designed by kids and kid experts, and is dedicated to learning through play, including a life-like Everglades exhibit with banyan trees and a mangrove maze. For all ages and all tastes, the Naples Botanical Gardens are at your service. There's a treehouse and a butterfly sanctuary for the little ones, and 2.5 miles of trails through exquisite gardens for the rest of us.

A new kind of winter wonderland—sunny and warm

Naples' tropical weather and silky soft sand dunes draw visitors year-round, but peak months are between December and February, when average temps are in the 70s and sunny skies are common. Things warm up in spring as prices drop. Naples doesn't attract much of a spring break crowd, so if you'd prefer the quiet and a cheaper Naples vacation rental, look to book then. Summer is steamy and comes with temps in the 90s, rain storms in the afternoons, and an influx of vacationing families. Bring sunscreen and a rain slicker and you'll be covered.

Seaside scenes and ocean animals make your vacation complete

The most obvious places to commune with nature in Naples have to do with the beach. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Clam Pass Beach Park, Tigertail Beach, and Barefoot Beach are all great places to spot wildlife in a maritime environment. Gopher tortoises build their burrows in the sand and are protected during nesting season, from May to October. Shorebirds feed at the water's edge, and seashell collectors are in heaven. Watch out for sting rays in summer, and enjoy gazing at the fish swirling in tidal pools. Rangers provide nature tours at Delnor-Wiggins and Barefoot Beach.