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About Venice

Much like its Italian namesake, Venice, Florida is traversed by canals and boasts seaside appeal, warm weather, and numerous attractions to draw tourists from near and far. With numerous Venice vacation rentals to choose from, you’ll settle in and feel like a local in no time at all.

Climate

This Gulf Coast destination tends to be a sunny spot, with an average of over 250 sunny days and about 100 rainy days each year. Venice stays relatively warm year-round, with temperatures topping out in the 90s during the summer months and dipping down into the 60s during the winter months. With its combination of sun and warm weather, Venice is a great choice for a beach vacation.

Transit

Visitors to Venice, Florida typically drive in from any number of directions or fly into the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport or the Southwest Florida International Airport. Nearby, Interstate 75 and U.S. Highway 41 offer easy access from Venice vacation rentals to all the area attractions. Though Venice is a planned community with a pleasant, walkable center, visitors will be able to see and experience the most by driving along the Gulf Coast.

Things to Do

Start your trip to Venice by catching some rays at Venice Municipal Beach, which has ample white sand, crystal clear waves, boardwalks, and sand volleyball courts. Search for seashells and walk along the scenic mangroves and marshes at Caspersen Beach, another great local swimming spot. For great sunset views, head to Humphris Park, which boasts beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico.

Go fishing at Venice Fishing Pier, an impressive 700-foot pier where you can fish for flounder, kingfish, tarpon, snapper, and king mackerel. In the evening, the pier is also the perfect setting for the sunset. For a leisurely stroll or bike ride, Venetian Waterway Park features five miles of trails with scenic views of the Intracoastal Waterway. This linear park connects with Venice’s Legacy Trail for a total of over 20 miles of hiking and biking.

Venice is considered the “shark’s tooth capital of the world,” thanks to the many specimens that have been found here. Take the kids along to comb the beaches for a lucky shark’s tooth, which come from the ancient sharks that have been laid to rest on the ocean’s floor. 

Although this city may be best known for its beaches and waterways, the golfing options are also worth mentioning. Some of the popular courses include the ...

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