Everyone loves a good beach day. From the warm sunshine to the crashing waves to the salty ocean air, a seaside excursion is a treat for all the senses. If you’re looking to take your favorite summer experience to the next level of luxury, visit the private beach at Naples Grande in South Florida.

Take a ride on our open-air tram and enjoy an afternoon on three miles of secluded sugar-sand beach. This unique vessel passes over 200 acres of protected Mangrove Estuary before arriving at our serene oasis along the Gulf of Mexico, an immaculate stretch of coastline known for its clean and clear waters. The combination of soft sands and cool breezes create an ethereal atmosphere unlike any other.

Beyond ease of transportation and maximum privacy, our 5-star treatment is what really sets this beach apart. Take advantage of the award-winning services provided by the Boucher Brothers hospitality team, including al fresco lunch and drinks from our oceanfront Rhodes End restaurant. After your meal, relax on a chaise lounge or oversized day bed, found under the shade of our cabanas.

Guests seeking a little adventure while visiting our Florida beach can participate in a variety of water sports arranged by our concierge team, including jet skiing, deep-sea fishing, and other activities. You can also make your way back to the resort and enjoy our three on-site swimming pools. Ride the waterslide at the family-friendly Mangrove Pool, relax in the hot tub at the adult-only Palm Terrace Pool, or swim a few laps at the Hibiscus Hideaway.

At the end of the day, there’s really nothing better than unwinding in one of our spacious accommodations. Each room and suite features access to a balcony where you can watch a breathtaking sunset over the Gulf Coast. And once you’ve entered total relaxation mode, there’s no need to leave your room—simply order dinner from our extensive in-room dining menu.

Summer wouldn’t be complete without a good beach day. At Naples Grande, you can make it a great beach day (or week).

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