You cannot come to Naples without taking a stroll along the iconic Naples Pier. Built in 1888 to serve as a dock for freight and passengers, the Naples Pier had narrow-gauge train rails along its length that served the train that transported baggage and freight in the 1900s.
The old pier has been destroyed by fire and wrecked by several hurricanes, but it has always been rebuilt as the symbol of Naples’ history and resilience. Stretching from the end of 12th Avenue, the pier is a popular spot for fishing, sunset watching, dolphin spotting, and enjoying the view of the Gulf of Mexico. The Naples Pier is one of the top Naples attractions. It has a covered eating area and a concession stand if you get hungry.