Just a short walk from the Naples Pier lies Third Street South - bordered two blocks to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, four blocks to the east by Naples Bay and on the South by the 10,000 Islands. No wonder this spot was chosen by the original settlers.
Third Street South has retained its natural beauty and grace throughout its transformation into one of the most attractive shopping and dining areas in the country. Full of chic and original shops, award winning restaurants and outdoor cafes, Third Street South abounds in glorious landscaping, attractive little courtyards and parks in an environment that blends Mediterranean, European and Caribbean influences into an appealing whole.
FASHION - With an abundance of shops devoted to clothes and accessories, Third Street South has everything chic and everything comfortable-from designer couture to soft tropical shirts. From sophisticated career and evening clothes to classics for the Florida way of life.
RESTAURANTS, CAFES AND GOURMET FOODS - Whether starting your day with breakfast and the paper at an outdoor cafe, ending it with a starlight dinner at an award-winning restaurant or spending a long lunch tucked into a cozy pub, Third Street South offers something to satisfy every mood, every palate, and every pocketbook.
GALLERIES AND ANTIQUES - With more galleries than anywhere else in Southwest Florida, Third Street South is a thriving art center and major source for collectors. Some galleries carry well known contemporary, modern or nineteenth century paintings. The choices are extensive and cover a wide variety of media including sculpture, oil, watercolor, lithographs, prints and posters.
JEWELRY - The jewelers of Third Street South have followings way beyond the region who appreciate them for their chic and enduring designs. Excellent diamonds and gemstones. Beautiful gold. Classic watches. Carefully chosen pieces from the best of the international jewelry makers both present and past.
INTERIORS, GARDENS, AND GIFTS - Third Street South abounds in beauty for house and garden. Fine antiques and porcelains, painted furniture, charming rugs, and every manner of decoration selected by shop owners on travels to the markets of the world. Linens and books. Flowers and cache pots, garden fountains and statues.