The biggest dilemma when chilling on the pearly white sands in Naples, Florida is to decide which way to look. On one side are the rolling waves, and on the other the gleaming mansions that make up Millionaires’ Row. One of the most popular beaches at Naples Pier is in the city, on 12th Avenue South. Another great beach lies a few miles north of Old Naples,
at the Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. This is a great place to spread out the family’s beach blanket and camp out for the day as there are bathhouses and food stands on-site and rentals available for everything from umbrellas to kayaks to snorkeling gear.