Xclusive Weeks Feature | Naples, Florida

The Xclusive Weeks featured destination this week is Naples, Florida, an upscale community geared toward shopping, golf, and fun in the sun. Keep reading for a summary of this sunny vacation spot, as well as instructions on how to get access to last minute travel deals through Xclusive Weeks.

Ferrari Show in Naples Fl 11 February 2017

Known as the crown jewel of Southeast Florida, Naples is always popular with those who seek world-class golf, high-end shopping and five-star dining. Its gorgeous Gulf Coast setting makes it an ideal beach destination for the winter months.

Naples is decidedly upscale, but doesn’t lack in family-friendly activities. Attractions like the educational zoo, expansive botanical gardens, manatee tours and the pristine beach parks and preserves will keep kids of all ages as well as adults entertained.

Golf is a part of Naples’ history and continues to be a hot spot for serious and casual players alike. The story goes that shortly after the Naples Beach Hotel golf course was built in the 1920s, Charles Lindbergh would land his small single-engine airplane on one of the fairways and would hop out, play a round of 9 holes, and then fly away. Today, Naples has hosted countless tournaments over the decades and provides a variety of play whether you want to navigate water hazards, challenge the wind or enjoy a friendly open course.

Do you want to visit Naples or one of the many other Xclusive Weeks amazing vacation destinations? Simply call RTX at 888-988-4RTX today and talk to a representative who will give you accommodation options. Want to find out more about Xclusive Weeks? Click here!

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About the Author

About the Author: Pat Barcas serves as staff writer and photographer for RTX Traveler Magazine, based in Asheville, NC. His favorite RTX destinations are on the beach: Orange Beach, Alabama, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. .


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