About Southwest Florida


Set along the Southwest coast of Florida, Naples is a cradle of the area’s historic charm. Since the 1800s, the region has matured from a demure fishing village to a world-class attraction for affluent travelers and year-round living. With its glistening white beaches, deep-water bays and Gulf of Mexico as its western border, Naples is a classic for relaxation. Quiet, tree-lined streets are interspersed with quaint cottages; luxurious estates front the Gulf of Mexico; and contemporary condominiums sophisticate downtown.


Marco Island

Just south of Naples, Marco Island is the largest barrier island within the Ten Thousand Islands area extending southerly to Cape Sable. Graced with miles of powdery sand beaches and beautiful year-round weather, the leisurely island lifestyle attracts discerning clients from around the world. Locally owned restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and myriad water sports along with fishing, golf and tennis keep an active schedule. Professional services, restaurants, shops, galleries and boutiques comprise the island’s commercial activity;for recreation, there is the challenging Island Country Club, a private, 18-hole golf and country club.


Bonita Springs

Only minutes north of Naples, Bonita Springs is rich in natural resources from its beaches, backwater bays, fauna and flora to the myriad artists who illuminate the area. Golf courses are as prolific as the Florida sunshine and many communities are built around these emerald carpeted grounds.

Sanibel Island

Known around the world as a mecca for shell collectors, Sanibel Island is an oasis for families and vacationers from all corners of the world. With 15 miles of unspoiled beaches, 22 miles of bike paths, hundreds of birds and shells, and 50 types of fish, you will delight in the sunny days and star-filled nights. The Island is a treat for living year-round or as a getaway in the sun. Just kick-back on the beach or join in on unlimited recreational activities including golf, tennis, parasailing, birding, kayaking or bicycling.


Set between Naples and Fort Myers, Estero is known for the convenience and luxury of an urban setting. With year-round living and the variety of activities that include; shopping, dining, and golf, you will be sure to enjoy your stay. Enjoy easy drives and close proximity to Naples, Captiva and Sanibel Islands.