What Would Naples Be Without It's Famous Iconic Location... [Naples Pier]
A simple and eloquent stroll down to Naples pier after dinner for sunset is probably one of the most intriguing things to do in this quaint luxurious Southwest Florida town. In 1924 the Naples Pier was rebuilt. The V shape end is super original to it's double decking. One major improvement is the 1,000 foot extension it received. It's original length was only 600 feet. Serious and avid fishermen seem to congregate down at the end of the pier where the main crowds do not always venture out. The nature and scenery of wild dolphins is always an added touch.
A simple visit to the pier during a holiday weekend, especially in the winter months, and you will be presented with people from all over the world. Europeans, having taking an absolute loyal like to the city of Naples making the pier an obvious choice to visit when in town. The Naples Pier and the city of Naples go hand in hand. Spending time there is more of a nostalgic timepiece where it feels like you are a part of it's legendary history. Naples pier is like a picturesque scene out of a wildlife movie.
What make it super special is the calm unity between the visitors and the local fishermen that cast their lines out into the ocean with the hopes of providing a nice catch for their families. Groups of seniors come together here, children play, and teens hang about. It really is a magical place that brings together all cultures and all people. Every walk of life is represented here in unity and unison. There is also nothing like a walk with your loved one on a date. It's not only a place of happiness but love too. In the quiet and calm early mornings you can have the pier to yourself. In the evenings at sunset it is the most crowded. It is by far Naples most iconic place.
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Contributed by Paul Adams, Realtor - Downing Frye