This beach near the center of Naples offers miles of pristine pearly white sand and is ideal for swimming, fishing and sunbathing. Enjoy a beautiful sunset from the beach or from Naples' legendary pier (though you can't drink on the pier).
Keep in mind that the west side of the Pensacola Gulf Pier is alcohol-free, but the rest of the beach is a fair game to drink. Located on a barrier island off Florida's east coast, the Gold Coast and the waves in Cocoa Beach make it a perfect beach spot, whether you want to swim, surf, or make sand castles. At the end of the waterfront that leads from the Clam Pass Park parking lot and which also serves the guests of the Naples Grande Resort, it feels as if you have arrived in the Aegean Islands. As for food, tuna poke nachos, lemongrass chicken meatballs and honey sriracha wings satisfy beach appetites.
This Atlantic-facing beach along the Palm Coast is perfect for beachgoers looking for a more relaxed experience. Beach Watch Even though you are solely responsible for your own possessions when you visit any of the beaches in Naples, Florida, it's always a great idea to meet your “beach neighbors. Luckily, there are some great places suitable for alcohol that turn a normal day at the beach into a real party. There is a section of Sunset Beach of Treasure Island that doesn't allow alcohol for most of the year, but the rest of Treasure Island's beaches have the green light for alcohol.