One of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States, lovely Naples is renowned for its high-caliber golf courses, fancy shopping venues, high-end dining options and world-class culture.
Additionally, it abounds in a ton of things to do and see; the Naples Pier, for example, is a symbol that the city is recognized by, built in 1888 and now a popular spot for spotting dolphins and fishing.
You’ll also find lovely, tranquil waters, glorious sunshine and sugar-white sands in Naples, especially on the beaches around Clam Pass Park and Delnor-Wiggins. Though Naples is one of the country’s wealthiest state, featuring the 6th-highest per capita income and 2nd-highest proportion of millionaires in the United States, it is surprisingly affordable and family friendly, attracting many beach and nature lovers.
One of the most convenient, luxurious ways to get to the city or to fly out from it is to take a Naples jet charter, so here’s all you need to know about taking a private jet charter to/from Naples.
Private Jet Charters To/From Naples
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Airports to Fly Privately to and from Naples
The two most popular airports that a Naples jet charter will fly into are:
- Marco Island Executive (MKY): A few miles south of Naples, Marco Island is the landing spot of choice for small jets and turboprops.
- Naples Municipal Airport (APF, KAPF): 2 miles northeast of Naples’ central business district, the Naples Municipal Airport is the base for EMS helicopters and general aviation, with 2 FBOs operating out of it.
Things to Do in Naples
Taking a Naples jet charter will let you explore the following cultural attractions:
- The Naples Pier and surrounding beach
- 5th Avenue for classy dining and shopping
- Boat tours through the Gulf of Mexico’s azure waters
- 3rd Street South and the Farmer’s Market
- Naples Zoo at the Caribbean Gardens
- Tin City
- Naples Botanical Garden
- Marco Island Beaches
- Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples
- Naples Depot Museum
- Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary