The resort has long been an exceptional choice for family vacations, offering an assortment of activities for children, as well as luxurious amenities, championship golf, world-class dining and spa treatments for adults. But with its new collection of upscale residences, The Ritz-Carlton Naples can now also be called home.
With a population of around 20,000 residents, Naples never feels overwhelming. It’s an idyllic coastal community with a tropical island vibe and enough outdoor activities to please anyone’s interests.
Dubbed “The Golf Capital of the World,” Naples fits the description with the most holes of any city in Florida. It has around 60 18-hole golf courses; 30 are open to the public. Those include Old Corkscrew, by Jack Nicklaus; Old Collier, Olde Florida; Calusa Pines; and the Gold and Black courses at Tiburón Golf Club, both by Greg Norman, which host PGA and LPGA Tour events.
While a full trip to the nearby Everglades might be too ambitious for one day, you can connect with 1,000 species of flora and fauna at the Naples Botanical Garden.