Naples Pier was originally built in the late 1800’s for commercial purposes. Over the years, it has been rebuilt after destruction by fire and hurricanes. Today, Naples Pier is a treasured landmark and a wonderful spot for a leisurely stroll, taking in a beautiful sunset and people-watching. You’ll always find someone fishing off the Pier. There is a snack bar and bait house about midway down the Pier and a covered pavilion at the end. The beach here is clean with soft white sand, restrooms and outside showers. To get to the Pier, take 12th Avenue South to the Gulf.
Location Map & Directions
Our map of Naples Pier is interactive, includes the streets and major attractions in the immediate area and can be easily zoomed, reformatted or repositioned to meet your needs.
Use the controls in the upper left-hand corner to Move This Map in any direction or to Zoom-In for a closer look or zoom-out to get a wider perspective. You can also Drag the Map in any direction if you hold the left mouse button down. Click the upper-right hand Satellite or Hybrid buttons to change the view to include satellite images and overlay a street map.
Naples is the cultural center and certainly the most affluent area of Southwest Florida. Downtown Naples is home to fine art galleries, upscale shopping, impeccable dining venues and more. Naples boasts several miles of beautiful beaches and it is also a golfer’s paradise. For more information, please see our Naples Visitor Guide.