Welcome to Port Royal

Whether it’s the oceanfront mansions with direct Gulf of Mexico beach access or the homes that line the many wide canals providing easy, bridge-free access to the ocean in minutes, Port Royal is all about life on the water.  Most homes provide boat docking accommodations right in your backyard, while marinas such as the Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club cater to those looking for full service.  This is a community designed from the ground up to be the ultimate haven for boating, named after the famous Jamaican Port that was home to pirates and lavish wealth in the 17th Century.

One of the most famous neighborhoods in Naples, Port Royal has grown to be a fabulous place to live among the elite.  If you are looking for the most luxurious real estate and oceanfront homes in Southwest Florida or want to be a member of the famous Port Royal Club, Port Royal is your Naples Luxury Neighborhood.

We invite you to explore Port Royal to its fullest, search and preview properties below as well as read the additional content after the properties/map.

What Makes Port Royal Stand Out

  • An exclusive neighborhood built for privacy. With unique neighborhood branding and its unique location, Port Royal deserves their most expensive neighborhood in the United States accolade by Robb Report in 2018.
  • Easy ocean access via Gordon Pass or Keewaydin Island, provides boaters their paradise…miles of area estuaries and mangroves become easily navigable which feeds the beautiful calm waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
  • The Port Royal Club and facilities. Certain Port Royal homes provide eligibility for membership of the ultra-exclusive Port Royal Club. With beachside dining, a vibrant tennis scene, state of the art fitness center, and a thriving calendar of year-round events, you will love the activities as much as the company.
  • Historical significance and old banyan trees frame picturesque exclusive homes along the famous Galleon Drive and Gordon Drive.  These trees have lived through the entirety of Port Royal’s life, and are a reminder of the history of this unmatched neighborhood.  In the 1950’s John Glen Sample wanted to create a hideaway for the wealthy, he promised to build the “finest place in the world to live,” adding “it can never be duplicated” which has proved true in many ways.