This unique gem in Collier County provides you with the opportunity to enjoy the luxurious beaches and boating from one spectacular location. Ideally located at the southwest tip of Bonita Beach Road in Collier County. Barefoot Beach is a calming oasis positioned between the Ft. Myers Beach sun worshippers and fisherman and the chic resort mecca’s of Naples and Bonita Springs.
Barefoot Beach is a 460 acre gated development offering three miles of unspoiled white sand beach along the Gulf of Mexico. All the homes, villas and condos in Barefoot Beach have views of the mangrove bays and/or access to the beach and many of the homes are on navigable bays. On a whim you can disembark and access the Gulf of Mexico via Wiggins Pass to the south and Big Hickory Pass to the north, or you can stroll onto the white sand and enjoy picturesque Barefoot Beach in all its splendor. You’ll find your worldly cares melt away in the solace of the Gulf breeze and calming sounds of the lapping waves.
Numerous options for ownership offer something for everyone, ranging from The Beach Gardens, whose overall concept is unique. They have been laid out in a succession of 11 horseshoe-shaped "Beach Gardens" a crescent of home sites around a common pool area which opens onto the Beach. A few home sites remain and resale homes are priced from 2.5 million to over $10 million. On the other end of the spectrum are the condos in Barefoot Beach Club which offers Two pools, an exercise room and beach side clubhouse along with 12 seven-story condominium buildings with every condo having either a gulf or bay view and occasionally both. Unit sizes run from 1,600 to 2,200 square feet with prices ranging from around $600,000 to $2,000,000.
Barefoot Beach Preserve, a 342-acre barrier island to the south of the community is a hike-able distance and enables visitors a glimpse of the pristine Gulf front and mangrove preserves. Tidal creeks and mangrove swamps, plus 2 miles of unspoiled, undeveloped beach provide a great place to relax and ponder how the Calusa Indians and earliest pioneers must have enjoyed this tranquil beach.