By VIshal Vivek
Perched on the city’s southwest coast, Naples Pier is a popular attraction that draws tourists and locals alike.
There are nine tropical-themed gardens here featuring an impressive plant collection. Depending upon your time of visit, you can find different flowers in full bloom.
Its crystal-clear waters make it a preferred destination for outdoor recreational activities such as swimming, kayaking, and paddle-boarding amongst others.
A short drive from Naples, Corkscrew Camp Sanctuary features 11,000 acres of marshland and is home to 600-year-old trees, flatwoods, wet prairie, and more.
If you’re an artsy person, head to this popular art museum. It features 17 galleries and houses one of the most impressive art collections in the southwest region of the state.
It also has around 70 exotic species of animals including giraffes, lions, leopards, cheetahs, pythons, hyenas, Indochinese tigers, and more.
It used to be a summer cottage in the Victorian era and has been transformed into a museum. You’ll find many art pieces and antique furniture here.