Apartments for rent in Naples
$1.4k - $1.8k
$1,539 Below Market
A property with 1 bedroom units for $1,400, and 2 bedroom units for $1,800. This property allows cats and dogs.
Jade at Olde Naples
402 11th St N, Naples, FL
$2,049 Below Market
A 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom apartment with 2,393 square feet of space.
15248 ZENO WAY
$1,222 Below Market
A 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom property with 1,875 square feet of space. This property has a washer & dryer.
1400 BLUE PT AVE
$1,051 Below Market
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with 1,100 square feet of space.
307 GOODLETTE RD S
$1,265 Below Market
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with 1,470 square feet of space.
830 10 AVE S
$896 Below Market
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property.
3100 Binnacle DR
$1,024 Below Market
A 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom house with 715 square feet of space. This house has a washer & dryer.
807 RIV PT DR
$2.0k - $4.2k
$801 Below Market
A property with 1 bedroom units for $2,000.
780 10th AVE S
$298 Above Market
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with 1,350 square feet of space. This house has parking.
333 HBR DR
$1,038 Above Market
A 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom property with 1,300 square feet of space.
1130 5 ST S
$679 Below Market
A 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment with 2,081 square feet of space. This apartment has parking.
2560 11 CIR
$577 Above Market
A 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom property with 2,386 square feet of space. This property has parking.
2150 Gulf Shore BLVD N
$19 Above Market
A 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with 1,032 square feet of space. This house has parking.
766 CENTRAL AVE
$770 Below Market
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property with 1,617 square feet of space. This property has parking.
2750 Gulf Shore BLVD N
$706 Above Market
A 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom property with 780 square feet of space. This property allows cats and dogs.
1605 CHESAPEAKE AVE
$429 Above Market
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property with 950 square feet of space.
1900 Alamanda DR
$768 Above Market
A 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment with 1,789 square feet of space.
1173 29 AVE N
$716 Above Market
A property with 2 bedroom units for $4,200. This property has parking.
1021 3rd ST S
$124 Above Market
A 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom property with 1,265 square feet of space.
900 8th AVE S
$274 Below Market
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property with 1,014 square feet of space.
1521 CHESAPEAKE AVE
$173 Below Market
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property with 1,000 square feet of space.
3150 BINNACLE DR
No Price Analysis
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with 1,797 square feet of space.
1490 5 AVE S
No Price Analysis
A 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom apartment with 3,515 square feet of space.
160 3rd ST N
No Price Analysis
A 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom property with 2,737 square feet of space.
4951 Gulf Shore BLVD N
No Price Analysis
A 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom apartment with 3,147 square feet of space.
626 Park Shore DR
$1.9k - $2.1k
No Price Analysis
A property with 2 bedroom units for $1,850, and 3 bedroom units for $2,050. This property allows cats and dogs and has a washer & dryer.
1400 5th Ave N, Naples, FL
No Price Analysis
A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property with 1,600 square feet of space.
4200 Belair LN
No Price Analysis
A 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom property with 845 square feet of space.
644 12th AVE S
$13.5k - $15.5k
No Price Analysis
A property with 2 bedroom units for $13,500, and 3 bedroom units for $15,500.
4901 Gulf Shore BLVD N
No Price Analysis
A 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom apartment with 4,240 square feet of space.
3860 Gordon DR
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Go for a drive through picture-perfect Naples, and you’ll instantly understand why it’s part of Florida’s “Paradise Coast.” A place where stylish city living meets the sea, just steps from the wild Florida Everglades, quiet Naples is an oasis of serenity for millionaires, wealthy snowbirds, and retirees. Less than 14 square miles in size, this sunny Gulf Coast gem is known for its beautiful sunsets, manicured streets, idyllic pier, pristine golf courses, jaw-dropping mansions, stylish shopping, and friendly, welcoming feel. Ask anyone who’s been there, and they’ll tell you: Naples is simply a dream.
As of writing this guide, Naples has a population of 19,000+ residents. This part of South Florida is less diverse than the state’s larger cities, with a demographic that is 87% White, 4% Latino or Hispanic, and 1% Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI).
Naples’ climate is generally mild, with temperatures averaging at a low of 53 °F in January and a high of 93 °F in July and August. When it’s nice out, you can find the locals sunbathing on the beach, out on their boats, eating lunch with friends outdoors, or going for a stroll in colorful downtown Naples. Like all of South Florida, Naples can be impacted by hurricane season, which runs from June 1st to November 30th. But even when it isn’t hurricane season, Florida weather tends to be unpredictable, so it’s always good to have an umbrella or a raincoat nearby.
Naples is the most cosmopolitan city in Collier County — and a wealthy one at that — with real estate priced to match. Housing in Naples runs the gamut from single-family homes and apartment communities to highrise downtown condominiums and sprawling suburbs with multi-million dollar waterfront mansions. Historic Old Naples is home to some of the most expensive and luxurious homes in the US — it even has its own “Millionaires Row” — all just steps from the sand, high-end shopping, restaurants, and more. Nearby, Port Royal is famous for its custom-made mansions right on the Intercoastal Waterway, with a ritzy members-only club and well-traveled residents from all over the world.
When you live in Naples, it’s important to have a car. While historic Old Naples is pedestrian-friendly — sidewalks are lined with trendy restaurants, bars, and boutique shopping — most of Naples is way too spread out to get around by foot. Rideshare, taxi, and car services are available, but in quiet Naples, you can’t necessarily guarantee a late-night Uber or Lyft like you might in a bigger city. Fortunately, Naples caters to the driving lifestyle, with citywide public parking and valet services at many hotels and restaurants. When driving to popular beaches or during rush hour, expect to sit in traffic. Outside of Old Naples, Naples is predominantly residential, with sprawling suburbs and gated neighborhood communities that residents can walk or bike through.
With its beautiful weather and slow, easy lifestyle, Naples is a great city for cyclists. Along with having 30 miles of bike lanes, bike racks on every Collier Area Transit (CAT) bus, and bike-friendly roads, the city is in the process of adding 20-foot long, environmentally-friendly thermoplastic bike lane panels to keep cyclists safe.
For those who prefer public transportation, Collier Area Transit (CAT) offers a local bus system that takes commuters to prominent locations throughout Collier County, including Naples. These buses run seven days a week, with affordable fares. Greyhound buses also offer routes to Naples and can take travelers to and from anywhere in the U.S.
If you’re flying in and out of Naples, the closest airport is Southwest Florida International Airport. With the Gulf of Mexico and Intercoastal Waterway right there, boating is also a great way to get around Paradise Coast. In Naples Bay, there’s even a public dock with first-come, first-served slips that can accommodate a variety of boats.
Naples might be small, but its food scene is mighty. This seaside “sleepy” town is packed with everything from casual cafés and retro-style diners to fine dining restaurants with a sunset view you won’t forget. It’s no surprise that seafood takes center stage here, especially when you consider that Everglades City, less than an hour south of Naples, started the stone crab industry. (Today, it’s still the second-largest supplier of stone crab claws in America.) The dining scene in Naples is relaxed but cool, with charming outdoor dining and effortlessly stylish residents.
When it comes to restaurants in Naples, you’ll get to taste the flavors of the world. There’s a strong Italian restaurant presence here, starting with Osteria Tulia, where Sicilian-born Chef Vincenzo whips up his own version of simple Tuscan recipes from his childhood in a “rustic-chic farmhouse.” The upscale Campiello, which occupies the historic Naples Mercantile Building, boasts award-winning, Italian-inspired cuisine like arancini with tomato risotto and basil, a wood-fired fennel-sausage pizza, and a monthly-changing “Tour di Italia” menu with regional specialties. Get delicious French fare at The French Brasserie Rustique (or “The French,” as the locals call it), Naples’ take on a Parisian bistro, like seared foie gras, fried squash blossoms, duck confit with an autumn heirloom bean cassoulet, and a butterscotch crème brûlée. Complete your world tour at 21 Spices By Chef Asif, a modern Indian restaurant with plates with tandoori salmon, spicy Sikandari lamb shank, and Mazedaar samosas.
For a light breakfast or lunch in Naples, Jane’s Cafe on 3rd has a menu of omelets, benedicts, soups, salads, and sandwiches in a fairytale-like courtyard. Follow with dinner at BALEEN, at La Playa Beach & Golf Resort, where you can pair delicious coastal cuisine with the magical sunset views Naples is known for. For a real treat, book a table in the sand and enjoy Maine lobster bucatini with bacon lardons, Black grouper with crab and a charred corn truffle risotto cake, or a tropical ceviche with fresh-caught local fish and mango by torchlight. When you’re done, grab a glass of red wine and find a seat by the firepit on the beach.
You’ll find a mix of specialty food and grocery stores in Naples. Mainstream options like Publix, The Fresh Market, and Whole Foods have all your food staples. Go to Italian gourmet markets, like DeRomo’s Gourmet Market and Neapolitan Gourmet, for imported meats and cheeses, or hop over to Norman Love Confections for its delectable chocolates that look like works of art. Naples also has a handful of weekend farmer’s markets that sell fresh, local produce, like the Third Street South Farmers Market on Saturday mornings and the South Collier Farmers Market on Sunday mornings.
There’s excellent shopping in Naples, from upscale consignment shops and trendy Fifth Avenue South clothing boutiques to both luxury and outlet malls. Naples has a traditional indoor mall, the Coastland Center, which is anchored by Dillards, JCPenney, and Macy’s and has many of today’s popular retail brands. Given its beautiful surroundings, Naples also has a handful of outdoor malls. The Waterside Shops is an open-air mall with more than 60 luxury retailers like Hermes, Lilly Pulitzer, and Louis Vuitton. The Village Shops on Venetian Bay is another outdoor mall with over 45 retailers, from Tommy Bahama to a unique gift shop called A Horse of a Different Color, and architecture designed to make you feel like you’re shopping along the canals of Venice. Mercado, on the other hand, is a mall that might as well be its own city — it has shopping, restaurants, a movie theater, nightlife, and even outdoor events. Finally, the Paradise Coast has great outlet shopping, so head to Miromar Outlets and Naples Coastal Shoppes and find your favorite brands at up to 70% off.
The heart of trendy Naples is Fifth Avenue South, with its restaurants spilling out onto the sidewalk, palm-lined avenues, walkable sidewalks, and beautiful architecture. Stroll down and around this stylish thoroughfare and pop in and out of its clothing and gift boutiques, home design stores, and art galleries. Just steps away, Third Street South has just as much trend, but a more relaxed vibe. Go here for casual surf shops, fashion boutiques, fun jewelry stores, and the Third Street Farmers Market. If you’re a thrift store junkie, you’ll love the “Trail of Treasures.” This stretch of 10th Street, between Fifth Avenue South and Second Avenue South, is filled with luxury secondhand shops and antique stores with significantly reduced-price designer goods that are almost as good as new.
Naples isn’t all about the beach. Visit Naples Art, located downtown, to see rotating art exhibits and galleries or attend art classes, workshops, and annual art festivals. Fine art galleries are dotted along Third Street South, Fifth Avenue South, and Crayton Cove. Separately, a half-mile enclave called the Naples Art District is packed with artist studios for painters, sculptors, jewelers, photographers, and design showrooms. Twice a month, during Art Alive!, art lovers can meet these 80+ artists, learn from them, and commission their work. Catch a range of music, film, dance, and comedy shows at Artis — Naples, from Jay Leno and ballet performances to Broadway tours and the Naples Philharmonic, which is in residence there. Art buffs will love The Baker Museum and its rotating exhibits of fine, modern, and contemporary art. Head to Sugden Theater to see live performances by The Naples Players, a professional theater company that puts on musicals, adult and children’s theater, and more. Follow your art exploration with a little history when you visit The Collier County Museum, which peers into the prehistoric days of the Paradise Coast, or go on a guided walking tour of the Old Naples Historic District.
In charming Naples, you’ll definitely want to get outdoors. The beaches here couldn’t get more perfect — their soft white sand, pearlescent seashells, and aquamarine waters beckon visitors to sunbathe, swim, play watersports, or toast to the sunset by the iconic Naples Pier. Lowdermilk Park public beach is a popular place for a pick up game of beach volleyball, while Keewaydin Island has the only dog-friendly public beach in the area—as well as “food boats” that sail to the eight-mile-long barrier island with food, drinks, and sweets for sale. The Naples Zoo gives adults and children an up-close look at exotic animals, while the 170-acre Naples Botanical Garden offers a tropical escape complete with exotic plants, coral limestone fixtures, colorful orchids, lush greenery, and more.
Adventure lovers can go off the beaten path in Naples, too. At Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, you can hop on a guided ranger tour and explore sand dunes, mangroves, and the Cocohatchee River. Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park is an undeveloped barrier island known for its throngs of gopher tortoises, and Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is home to wildlife like alligators, otters, birds, and white-tailed deer, as well as landscapes like pine flatwoods, wet prairies, and the continent’s largest old growth Bald Cypress forest. Take a deep dive into the destination’s sea life, both literally and figuratively, as you check out the dolphins, manatees, stingrays, and more swimming around the deserted islands in Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge. Finally, for those who really love animals, visit the wildlife hospital at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, where trained professionals treat injured, sick, and orphaned Florida animals like turtles, pelicans, and bobcats.
With its Gulf Coast location, white sand beaches, tasty restaurants, and picture-perfect streets, Naples is an attractive place for students to spend their college years. Collier County is home to Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida SouthWestern State College, and Hodges University.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average rent in Naples, FL?
If you're apartment hunting in Naples, here's what to expect: the average rent in Naples is currently $10,500, with apartments ranging from $1,504 to $37,875 per month. There are more than 180 Naples apartments available for rent at this time. Prices vary depending on a variety of factors including apartment type, number of bedrooms, location, size, amenities, quality and more.
How many Naples, FL apartments are priced at or below market value?
Renters looking for a great deal on an apartment in Naples, here's what you need to know: According to our market analysis, there are currently 19 apartments in Naples with an ApartmentAdvisor deal rating of fair, good or great.
What is the average rent in Naples, FL for a 1-bedroom apartment?
When it comes to budgeting for a 1-bedroom apartment in Naples, here are the current numbers: While the average rent in Naples for a 1-bedroom apartment is $3,800, monthly rent for 1-bedroom apartments in Naples can be anywhere from $1,504 to $6,000.
What is the average rent in Naples, FL for a 2-bedroom apartment?
If it's a 2-bedroom apartment you're after, here's what you can expect in Naples. While the average rent in Naples for a 2-bedroom apartment is $7,750, monthly rent for 2-bedroom apartments in Naples can be anywhere from $2,033 to $19,588.
What is the average rent in Naples, FL for a 3-bedroom apartment?
For those seeking a 3-bedroom apartment in Naples, here are the latest stats: While the average rent in Naples for a 3-bedroom apartment is $16,500, monthly rent for 3-bedroom apartments in Naples can be anywhere from $3,983 to $34,800.
What are the best Naples luxury apartments?
For renters looking for an upgrade, there are more than 27 luxury apartments in Naples. See the full list: Luxury Apartments Naples
Pet Friendly Apartments Naples
10 apartments starting at $1,400/month
1 Bedroom Apartments Naples
8 apartments starting at $1,400/month
2 Bedroom Apartments Naples
82 apartments starting at $1,800/month
3 Bedroom Apartments Naples
43 apartments starting at $2,050/month
Cheap Apartments Naples
5 apartments starting at $750/month
Short Term Rentals Naples
7 apartments starting at $2,395/month
Furnished Apartments Naples
12 apartments starting at $2,750/month
Luxury Apartments Naples
20 apartments starting at $3,800/month
2 Bathroom Apartments Naples
71 apartments starting at $2,395/month
Houses for Rent Naples
20 apartments starting at $750/month
Bonita Springs Apartments
141 apartments starting at $1,690/month
34 apartments starting at $1,395/month
16 apartments starting at $1,900/month
77 apartments starting at $1,400/month
Fort Myers Apartments
142 apartments starting at $600/month
Hialeah Gardens Apartments
7 apartments starting at $2,100/month
Kendale Lakes Apartments
7 apartments starting at $1,200/month
Lehigh Acres Apartments
94 apartments starting at $1,100/month
Miami Lakes Apartments
13 apartments starting at $1,550/month
69 apartments starting at $1,650/month
North Fort Myers Apartments
27 apartments starting at $895/month
Pembroke Pines Apartments
98 apartments starting at $1,100/month
Port Charlotte Apartments
46 apartments starting at $1,250/month
Punta Gorda Apartments
38 apartments starting at $2,000/month
Richmond West Apartments
10 apartments starting at $2,780/month
25 apartments starting at $1,350/month
5 apartments starting at $2,340/month
The Hammocks Apartments
8 apartments starting at $2,390/month
University Park Apartments
5 apartments starting at $2,200/month
41 apartments starting at $1,300/month
22 apartments starting at $2,700/month
Apartments near Florida Gulf Coast University
23 apartments starting at $2,500/month
Apartments near Florida International University
15 apartments starting at $2,150/month
Apartments near Florida National University
40 apartments starting at $1,600/month
Apartments near Florida SouthWestern State College
28 apartments starting at $1,399/month
Apartments near Nova Southeastern University
24 apartments starting at $1,395/month
Apartments near Ringling College of Art and Design
38 apartments starting at $1,250/month
Nearby metro areas
Cape Coral Apartments
253 apartments starting at $1,300/month
32 apartments starting at $1,200/month
113 apartments starting at $455/month
839 apartments starting at $400/month
64 apartments starting at $1,025/month
178 apartments starting at $950/month
North Port Apartments
87 apartments starting at $1,800/month
12 apartments starting at $550/month
222 apartments starting at $1,100/month
Palm Bay Apartments
74 apartments starting at $750/month
Port St. Lucie Apartments
74 apartments starting at $1,750/month
303 apartments starting at $795/month