A natural and cultural gem tucked away in Southwest Florida, the Paradise Coast is where the Gulf of Mexico’s turquoise water meets white sand, wild islands, and downtowns filled with artful treasures, culinary delights, and countless other discoveries. Explore Naples and find your most idyllic Florida vacation. Naples is a stylish community known for its sophisticated downtown, white-sand beaches, and top-rated golf courses. Other highlights include fishing, boating, water sports, arts and culture, and spectacular sunsets.
The main metropolitan area on Florida’s Paradise Coast, Naples provides rich amenities while retaining an exclusive, intimate, small-town feel. For a city its size, it offers an impressive selection of restaurants, golf courses, shops, and cultural attractions. Visitors stroll the tropically landscaped streets and avenues downtown, dotted with sidewalk cafes, boutiques, and art galleries. Just a few steps away are the lovely sands of Naples Beach and the iconic Naples Pier, perfect for watching colorful sunsets over the Gulf.
November cools down in Florida with an average high temperature of 83° F (28°C). The average low is 62° F (16° C). You will find sun bathers at beaches and pools with mostly sunny days and low rainfall. The official hurricane season ends in November and the weather tends to be mostly sunny during the day. It is not unusual to have a thunderstorm in the morning.
Comfortable, casual clothing is the norm and most restaurants do not require a formal dress code. Bring a light sweater for cooler evenings. Revs Institute is kept at a cooler temperature to ensure the safety of collection items so please be sure to bring a sweater to the conference.
For swimming and sunning bring flip flops, bathing suits and cover ups, shorts, hats, etc.