Many people love to park at the Naples Pier, yet if you continue south, following the winding road of Gordon Drive, pass through Aqualane Shores, you will find yourself as far south as you can go to access a public beach in Naples, 33rd Avenue South. At this more secluded location, parking can be more of a luxury as space is limited at the avenue access West of Gordon Drive at 33rd Avenue and 32nd Avenue. There is also some street parking. The more limited parking makes being at the beach here more private than going to one of the larger beaches with ample parking.
At 33rd Avenue you will still have access to shower, yet there are no restrooms available. Once on the beach though you can look for large shells that often wash on the shore. Walking just a few more blocks south, you will be at the end of the Naples' beaches. As you look across Gordon Pass, you can get a glimpse of Keewaydin Island.
This is a gorgeous place to come and watch sunset, feeling as though you have your own private stretch of beach. View the sights of the great houses of Port Royal and feel like you're on vacation. Bring your family, bring your friends, and enjoy the southernmost tip of the Naples' beaches.