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Naples is built on 3 islands located in Alamitos Bay and is divided by canals that open up into the bay. With features like romantic gondola rides and high arch bridges it's only fitting that all the streets in this beautiful community have italian names. Arthur Parsons started building the islands in 1903 with the vision of them becoming the "dreamland of Southern California". Naples was completed in the 1920's and has remained one of the most unique and beautiful neighborhoods in California.
Mother's Beach: A kid friendly bay front beach with volley ball, play areas, picnic sites and shallow swimming.
Gondola Rides: Started in 1982 and one of only eight places in the Western United States offering this romantic experience.
Christmas Boat Parade: Since 1946, decorated boats have made their way through the canals, around Alamitos Bay and past Belmont Shores to dazzle residents and visitors during the holidays.
Fun On The Bay: Take a scenic and relaxing ride through the canals on a kayak, stand-up paddle board or hydro bike.
Overlook Park: Perfectly located in naples plaza starting at the west end of Corso Di Napoli and ending at the east end of Corso Di Oro with a beautiful view of Seal Beach and Alamitos Bay.