Neighborhood in Long Beach, CA
Naples is a neighborhood of Long Beach, California. Located between Belmont Shore and the Long Beach Marina, sits these lovely islands.
It is roughly 2.5 miles in size with a population of about 3,370 and is built on three islands located in Alamitos Bay. The islands are divided by canals that literally open up into the bay.
All About Naples, CA
The islands are divided by canals that literally open up into the bay. Naples is often referred to as one of the most beautiful coastal neighborhoods of Long Beach. These 3 islands three islands are made up of gorgeous homes, narrow streets and walkways, canals, and fabulous restaurants and shopping.
After spending just a short time here, it’s so easy to see what so many fall in love with this spot. This area was built to replicate a village in Italy, and trust me, It has done just that. The majority of the streets have Italian names. You must take some time to visit the fountain located in the center.
BIGGEST EVENT IN NAPLES: The Naples Christmas Boat Parade is by far the largest of the year. Annually, this event attracts thousands of visitors. The Naples Christmas Boat Parade is held along the canals of the town in December. Visit Naples throughout the entire holiday season. The homes and boats have amazing decorations. (The gondola rides are not offered on that special event night).
Biggest Event in Naples - The Annual Naples Christmas Boat Parade
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Median Home Value: $1,189,384
Median Rent: $2,164
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Local Places to Try
Coffee and Dessert
Bars and Nightlife
Marine Park AKA “Mother’s Beach
La Bella Fontana di Napoli
Hotels In The Area
There are NO hotels IN Naples but here are a few options
Let's Talk About Education
The School District of Long Beach Unified
The Long Beach Unified School District is a school district headquartered in Long Beach, California.
Long Beach Unified School District now educates 81,000 students in 84 public schools in the cities of Long Beach, Lakewood, Signal Hill, and Avalon on Catalina Island. The school district is the third largest in California.
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