Why is owning a homes South Naples Florida so desirable

South Naples has so much to offer the resident and visitor alike, no matter what lifestyle you are searching for. From the diversity of its famous restaurants to the abundant shopping on 5th Ave, 3rd Street, Waterside and Coastland. From the sporting opportunities for endless golf, tennis, pickleball and sports fishing to the leisurely enjoyment of miles of sandy beaches for bathing, swimming, kayaking and boating. There are some wonderful developing communities offering great opportunities to own South Naples real estate too, like The Isles of Collier PreserveWinding Cypress and Naples Reserve which are attracting so second home owners and new permanent resident to the area

Florida has almost 365 days of sunshine, miles of wonderful sandy beaches, endless golf courses and superb restaurants where residents and visitors can experience a different menu every day of the year. So, there is no wonder south Naples is so attractive to buyers from North America, Canada, U.K. and Europe, all wanting to own their own piece of Naples real estate and escape their cold winters. However, in the last few years, it's also become a popular year round destination for people wishing to relocate and work from home too. Living in South Naples Florida is like being on a permanent vacation and the area has so much to offer visitors and residents alike.

Recreation and an active life style is available in many forms. There is an abundance of State and regional parks in the area, such as Delnor Wiggins State Park, Rookery Bay and Collier Seminole State Park. With miles of bike lanes, cycling is very popular, but golfing is by far the largest participation sport here and it’s truly a golfer’s paradise with many private, semi-private and public club courses to experience. They cater for all levels of skill and facilities to suit all pockets. Many have reciprocal agreements, so you can visit, play and dine at various other clubs too.  

Medical facilities in the area have expanded greatly in recent years with the Physicians Regional Medical center, NCH Healthcare and Baker hospital all within easy reach. There are also many walk-in and emergency clinics, Doctors surgeries and dental facilities.

Education opportunities are growing in the area too, with both public and private schools for all ages, such as Florida Southwestern State Collage and Florida Gulf Coast University 

Getting around is a breeze with the convenience of 41, 951 and I75, you can easily get to the beach generally within 15 mins, 5th Ave dining in 15 mins, Marco Island in 20 min, North Naples within 25 min, Bonita Springs in 30 min, Southwest Florida International airport in just 40 mins and Fort Lauderdale and Miami in under a 2 hour drive.

The South Naples area has much less urban community development space available, with many areas designated to remain as natural preserves, such as the Rookery Bay area and west of Naples Reserve. Then there are large preserve areas being left inside some of the new communities such as Winding Cypress and Fiddler's Creek, while others border with preserves, such Artesia and The Isles Of Collier, which is adjacent to Rookery Bay and allows Kayaks to navigate through its lakes into Rookery Bay itself. You can still drive from Lely resort to the fine dining and shops of 5th Ave in around 15-20 mins and then be on the beach in just a couple of minutes more.