Packing for vacation can be a daunting task. Every trip, we find ourselves overpacking suitcases with necessary clothing, shoes, and accessories. The days of exceeding your 50-pound baggage limit are in the past—shopping in Naples, Florida is a great idea no matter what you are searching for.

Coastland Center

From fitness stores to luxury brands, Coastland Center carries it all. Visitors love their wide variety of department stores and local boutiques, such as Pratt’s Shoe Salon. If you’re looking for a customized pair of shoes, head to Bob Baker Shoes, you’ll surely have the right size shoe after this visit! 

5th Avenue Shopping

The 5th Avenue Shops in Naples are one of the area’s hottest attractions. The old-time Naples shopping center still houses the same stores since opening several decades ago in the 1920s. The 5th Avenue Shopping street is often seen as Naples’ unofficial Main Street, especially since the stores are owned and operated by locals 

Naples Outlet Center

If shopping on a budget is more your style, Naples Outlet Center is calling your name. You’ll find that the designer shops in Naples, Florida outlet mall sell their merchandise between 25 and 65 percent less money. Notable brands to look for include Coach, Ann Taylor Factory Store, Loft Outlet, and Bon Worth.

Mercato in Naples

Browse your favorite stores at nearby Mercato in Naples, such as Nordstrom Rack, Pandora, Tommy Bahama, Southern Tide, and Z Gallerie. No matter what you’re searching for there’s a store that has everything you need. Also, Mercato is Naples’ top spot to enjoy for happy hour. With 13 happy hour establishments (and counting) to choose from, you’d have to be crazy not to explore the daily specials. Rocco’s Tacos and Tequila Bar is our staff’s go-to eatery for mouth-watering bites and cocktails. Unfortunately, it can’t be Taco & Tequila Tuesday every day, but thankfully there are drink discounts every day from 4-7 pm. 

Tin City in Naples, FL

When the sun is shining, make your way to Tin City in Naples, FL, for a day on the water. Tin City is home to a beauty salon, two restaurants, a cafe, a retired fish processing plant, and several shops. This Naples shopping scene is best known for its marine-themed gifts, tourist-appropriate attire, novelty items, and local excursions. If you’d like to visit Tin City in Naples, FL, but don’t have a car, it’s okay! Tin City transportation will bring you to and from shopping. 

For more information about shopping in Naples, Florida, talk to our Vanderbilt Vacations’ staff today by calling 239-597-9111.