A Guide to Shopping in Collier County


Whether you’re a resident looking for a little retail therapy or a visitor in search of a memorable find, there are plenty shopping opportunities in Southwest Florida. From classic malls and outlets to open-air lifestyle centers and specialty boutiques, the area has it all.

Collier County

Galleria Shoppes at Vanderbilt
2355 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples

A Mediterranean-style setting provides a relaxing vibe at Galleria Shoppes at Vanderbilt, where visitors discover unique stores like Zazou, Pretty is Pink, Kathryn’s Collection, Pop Toy, and Paws Pet Boutique, plus upscale consignment shops True Fashionistas and Designer Divas. Grab a bite at Pei Wei Asian Diner, Flaco’s, or Havana Blue. If fresh flowers, baked goods, and honey are on your shopping list, the Galleria Shoppes hosts a year-round farmers market.

9118 Strada Place, Naples

Perfect for a date night, Mercato is home to perennial favorite Antica Sartoria, where luxurious bohemian-style clothing from Positano perfectly matches Southwest Florida’s weather and lifestyle. More European women’s fashion can be found at Bio New York. This lifestyle center also holds East West Fine Art, Cariloha Bamboo eco-friendly home store, Whole Foods, Nordstrom Rack, Paper Source, Tommy Bahama, and Zen Gallerie. Mercato is home to 13 places to eat and drink, and the state-of-the art Silverspot Cinema.

Waterside Shops
5415 Tamiami Trail N., Naples

At the south end of Pelican Bay, Waterside Shops is home to 60 shops and restaurants—anchored by Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue—which draw affluent shoppers to Carolina Herrera, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany, Rolex, Bulgari, L’Occitane, and Johnny Was. Many other popular stores offer something for everyone in the family, including Anthropologie, Apple, J. Jills, Pottery Barn, Lilly Pulitzer, Michael Kors, and Tesla.

The Village Shops on Venetian Bay
4200 Gulf Shore Blvd. N., Naples

More than 30 upscale shops are set in the old-world ambience of The Village on Venetian Bay, a waterfront shopping destination. Meander through upscale shops A Horse of a Different Color, Wildflower, Teruzzi menswear, Sara Campbell, Dana Tyler, Casanova Venetian Glass & Art, and Sukie’s Wine Shop; you’ll also find names you know, including J. McLaughlin, Sperry, and Tommy Bahama.

Coastland Center Mall
1900 Tamiami Trail N., Naples

Coastland Center, Naples’ only indoor shopping center, lets you beat the heat while perusing goods at anchors Dillard’s, JC Penney, and Macy’s. This longtime Tamiami Trail landmark with 100 shops and restaurants is home to favorites Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, Old Navy, and Victoria’s Secret.

Tin City Waterfront Shops
1200 Fifth Ave. S., Naples

Tin City—a kitschy, fun-filled destination for the whole family, and for your Northern visitors—is a collection of colorful, tin-roofed Old Florida buildings on the Gordon River. A former oyster- and clam-processing plant, it is home to more than 30 unique, locally owned shops, two restaurants, and water-based adventures and boat rides.

Third Street South
Downtown Naples

Head to downtown’s Third Street South for fashions from the luxury boutique for men and women, Marissa Collections. From surfer threads to classic looks, there are endless options, including Tickled Pink, Maus & Hoffman, The Beach House, and C. Orrico, a Lilly Pulitzer boutique. This sophisticated destination for art, antiques, home and garden decor, gourmet food and wine, and jewelry boasts award-winning dining at Campiello Ristorante & Bar, Sea Salt, Jane’s Café on Third, Ridgway Bar & Grill, and The Continental.

Fifth Avenue South
Downtown Naples

Nearby Fifth Avenue South is Naples’ historic business district, home to almost 40 restaurants and cafés, as well as a dazzling collection of galleries, jewelry shops, and clothing boutiques. Here you’ll discover Alice Simone, Arabesque of Naples stationer, Giggle Moon children’s wear, English Traditions custom furnishings, Lovejoy Antiques, Regatta gifts, Port Royal Jewelers, and Bluemercury, a cosmetics and skin care retailer with an on-site spa. Hungry shoppers don’t need to leave the avenue to please their palates. The delectable dining choices include Sails, Brambles English Tearoom, The French Brasserie, Pazzo! Italian Café, Bice Ristorante, and a whole lot more.

Naples Coastal Shoppes/Naples Outlet Collection
6060 Collier Blvd., Naples

Find brand-name fashions from Ann Taylor, Loft, and Van Heusen at this small, open-air discount outlet.

Naples Design District

The Naples Design District—spanning 10 bocks from Fifth Avenue South to Seventh Avenue North, and U.S. 41 to Goodlette-Frank Road—is a regional destination with 40 businesses offering an eclectic mix of art, furnishings and antiques, interior and architectural design services, style, wine and food, and culture.

Marco Island

Marco Walk Plaza
599 S. Collier Blvd., Marco Island

This open-air plaza with fine restaurants and small boutiques on the south end of the island is walking distance from major resorts and hotels, offering a collection of specialty shops, such as Beach Daisy, popular for women’s clothing and accessories, salons and spas, and a variety of dining options that are anything but ordinary. Convenient parking with valet options and covered walkways invite you to explore what’s around every corner.

The Esplanade Shoppes
760 N. Collier Blvd., Marco Island

Arrive by car or boat to The Esplanade Shoppes, an Italian-style village of upscale shops, specialty stores, fine dining, luxury residences, and a 77-slip marina on the northern tip of Marco Island. Stroll around its lush landscaping, fountains, courtyard, and waterfront loggias while browsing for resort wear and shoes.

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