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The city of Naples, located on Florida’s Southwest coast, is known for its refined downtown, outstanding golf courses, and stunning beaches. Another advantage to visiting Naples for your next trial is the abundance in shopping and dining.
If you enjoy nature, Naples is only a short distance from The Everglades, Florida’s tropical wetlands, untouched by man and a great place to take an airboat ride for the full experience. Admirers of nature can check out The Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. It’s famous for its two and a half mile long boardwalk that weaves through the swamp land sanctuary. Additionally, animal lovers can always check out the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens.
If you find some time for yourself and want to relax but enjoy the outdoors, you can check out the Naples Municipal Beach & Fishing Pier. You can lay out on the beach in the beautiful white sand and catch some rays. Or you can even go fishing off the pier.
Trial can be stressful. Especially, when traveling to a new city for the occasion. Your main focus will be preparing all your court room materials – trial notebooks – trial boards – litigation copies. If you can get a chance to wind down, check out some of what Naples has to offer. With Naples’ tropical client, you can catch a breath of fresh air as you get dinner on the water. There are many restaurants to choose from, M waterfront Grille, The Dock at Crayton Cove, and HB’s on the Gulf, being a few of those options. If it’s one of those days and you are rushing to find a minute to get a bite to eat for lunch, Zack’s Courthouse Cafe is literally steps away, located at the Collier County Courthouse or if you have the time you can stop by Three60 Market and check out this gourmet market’s cafe.