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Naples

furnished rentals in Naples, Florida starting at $80/day 

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    Wellesley Circle

    Naples, FL

    Contemporary furnished apartments in a great part of Naples, FL. Set inside private grounds close to commuter routes, convenience is at the heart of...

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    River Reach

    Naples, FL

    Inspirational waterside apartments within 62 acres of private grounds close to Naples, Florida. The furnished apartments within this community benefit from waterfront views, the...

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    Malibu Lakes

    Naples, FL

    Exceptional furnished apartments within lush private grounds close to Naples. Only a short drive north of the city, the community has everything. Spacious apartments...

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    Fountain View

    Naples, FL

    Beautiful furnished apartments in a lovely setting close to Naples, FL. Located close to the action but far enough away to enjoy the peace...

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    La Costa

    Naples, FL

    Garden-style furnished apartments less than a mile from the Gulf of Mexico in Naples, FL. The location is just the beginning. Surrounded by lush...

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    Sierra Club

    Naples, FL

    Top class furnished apartments with lots of designer touches in Naples, Florida. The city exemplifies an upmarket lifestyle and this apartment development reflects that....

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    Marino Circle

    Naples, FL

    Relaxed furnished apartments within a short drive of Naples. Located a short distance from the city in a nice residential neighborhood this upscale development...

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    Arbor View

    Naples, FL

    Beautiful furnished apartments surrounded by acres of landscaped grounds within a short drive of Naples, FL. Set inside a nature preserve, this apartment community...

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Naples, Florida is often referred to as the Paradise Coast and once you arrive here, you will know why. With miles of white sandy beaches, clear azure seas and more golf courses than you could play in a year, there is a lot to see and do while you’re here.

Naples is a modest city of around 22,000 people across 16 square miles of prime real estate. Located on the Gulf Coast in idyllic surroundings, it is a millionaires playground. Despite this, living costs are reasonable and while there may be areas of the city that are out of reach, there really is something for everyone here.

History of Naples FL
Naples is only around 130 years or so old. Founded in the late 1880s by Senator John Stuart Williams and Walter N. Haldeman as a place to relax, the city grew slowly but steadily. The name came from the surroundings. It was often referred to as ‘nicer than Naples (Italy)’, so the name stuck.

Not a lot happened in Naples until after World War 2. Then after a hurricane, a new lake was dredged to fill in some land. Canals were dug and lots were created out of the mangrove swamps and coastline to create the landscape we see today. Settlers followed and slowly the city began to grow. The arrival of the railroad and the Tamiami Trail as well as interstates kept the city relevant.

The local economy is based around tourism and with idyllic surroundings, beautiful beaches and acres of wilderness, nature preserves and golf courses, there is more than just the beach to see. Apparently there are over 80 golf courses within the region but that isn’t all there is to see and do.

Notable locations within Naples include: The Keewaydin Club, Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, The Naples Players, Naples Botanical Gardens, Collier County Museums, Theatre Zone Equity Theatre Company and Palm Cottage.

For lovers of the outdoors there is; Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Clam Pass Beach Park, Naples Municipal Beach & Fishing Pier, Everglades Tours, Ft Myers Beach, Vanderbilt Beach, North Gulfshore Boulevard Beach, Dolphin and Manatee tours, Lowdermilk Beach Park and a whole lot more.

There is more than just leisure and tourism but most companies in Naples are smaller or non-profits. Given the level of wealth here, a lot of philanthropy takes place as well as environmentally friendly organizations. A few major employers in the region include Alavista Solutions, Beasley Broadcast Group, Health Management Associates, NewsBank and ASG Software Solutions.