Those who long to shop ’til they drop — or at least until they’ve nabbed a sufficient number of treasures — revel in the abundance and variety of convenient and modern emporiums that Naples offers. The city’s superb shopping areas, which include the Fifth Avenue corridor, feature stylish, one-of-a-kind boutiques and a wide variety of attractive, congenial stores. When shoppers want to take a respite from their perusing and purchasing, they gleefully stroll to a plethora of sophisticated-yet-charming cafes, bistros and coffee shops. Late-afternoon shoppers visit nearby restaurants for their delectable dinners and vivacious entertainment from jazz bands and other talented local performers.

Antique Shops
    Antique Emporium of Naples
  • 22 10th Street South
    Naples, FL 34102
    239-261-7777

    Arms & Armor Antiques
  • 975 Central Avenue
    Naples, FL 34102
    239-434-6939

    Another Man's Treasure
  • 173 10th Street South
    Naples, FL 34102
    239-643-6331

    Consignment Antiques
  • 40 10th Street South
    Naples, FL 34102
    239-213-1680

    Dean-Echols Antiques
  • 947 Central Avenue
    Naples, FL 34102
    239-435-1210

    Treasure Island
  • 950 Central Avenue
    Naples, FL 34102
    239-434-7684

Coral Isle Factory Stores
    Coral Isle Factory Stores
  • Located on State Road 951, one mile south of U.S. 41, an outdoor mall with Dansk, Jones New York, Capezio, and many other factory outlets.

Farmers' Markets
  • North Naples Green Market
  • Collection at Vanderbilt, northwest corner of Vanderbilt Beach Road and Airport Road
    Open mid-October through mid-May. Saturdays, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

  • Marco Island Farmers' Market
  • Veterans Community Park, Corner of Park Avenue and Elkcam Circle
    Open mid-November through mid- April. Wednesdays, 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Fleamarkets
  • Big Cypress Market Place
  • 220 Basik Drive, Naples, FL 34114. 239-774-1690. Looking for something different to do this weekend? Look no further! Big Cypress Marketplace offers exciting shopping in air-conditioned comfort from a great variety of merchants. You can also can dine from a wide array of food in our 8,500-square-foot food arena with entertainment stage and second-floor mezzanine.

  • Flamingo Island Flea Market
  • 11902 Bonita Beach Road Southeast, Bonita Springs, FL 34135. 239-948-7799 Ideally located between Naples and Fort Myers – just 100 yards off exit 116 on I-75 in Bonita Springs!

Miromar Outlets
  • Miromar Outlets
  • I-75 & Corkscrew Road, Exit 19, Estero
    Over 50 Outlet Stores and RestaurantsI-75 & Corkscrew Road, Exit 19, Estero

Tin City
  • Tin City
  • U.S. 41 and Goodlette Road
    A waterfront eclectic collection of shops and restaurants offering one-of-a-kind Naples collectibles, clothing, and other goodies.

Coastland Center
  • Coastland Center
  • US 41 North and Golden Gate Parkway
    The newly renovated regional mall with anchors Burdines, Dillard’s,
    JC Penney, Sears, and specialty shops such as The San Francisco Music Box Company and The Disney Store, and an extensive food court. A non-smoking facility.

Dockside Boardwalk
  • Dockside Boardwalk
  • Naples Bay at 1100 Sixth Avenue South
    A rustic boardwalk harboring shopping and cafe-style dining.

Fifth Avenue South-Naples' Main Street
  • Fifth Avenue South-Naples' Main Street
  • Every small town, village and big city across America has its Main Street; Naples is no different. Tourists and Locals alike flock to downtown daily to enjoy the art galleries and art festivals, live theater, specialty stores, boutique hotels, world class restaurants and professional services on Fifth Avenue South. On the 2nd Thursday of every month, the Fifth Avenue Association sponsors the always popular “Evening On Fifth” with live music and themed side walk activities. In 1996, Fifth Avenue South joined the Florida Main Street Program and a master plan was created with the help of urban planner, Andres Duany. Nowhere in Naples is the true spirit of our town more alive than on Fifth Avenue South! Today the Avenue spans 12 blocks; from the bay to the beach, encompassing Tin City, Bayfront and all the side streets off Fifth Avenue as our downtown continues to thrive and grow. Stop by for a day, stay for a weekend…urban shopping at its best!

Historic Third Street South
  • Historic Third Street South
  • Located in the heart of Olde Naples, a shopping, restaurant, and gallery district. Explore over 100 shops and galleries such as Gattles, Harold Grant, Mark, Fore and Strike, Robert of Philadelphia salon, Thalheimers’ Jewelers, The Mole Hole, and more.

The Village at Venetian Bay
  • The Village at Venetian Bay
  • An outdoor village filled with restaurants, shops, and Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream… with outdoor tables and all overlooking the Venetian Bay.

Waterside Shops
  • Waterside Shops
  • Located on U.S. 41, this elegant outdoor shopping center offers such shops as Saks Fifth Avenue, Victoria’s Secret, Tiffany’s, Gucci, Ann Taylor and many others, along with dining and a beautifully landscaped pond. Also nearby is Barnes and Noble, a two-story bookstore housing a Starbuck’s coffee shop.