Island of Venice

Venice, just south of Sarasota along Florida’s white-sanded Gulf Coast, offers 14 miles of beaches, from Casey Key to Manasota Key and plenty of recreational opportunities, including swimming, sunbathing, fishing and boating.

Island of Venice or "Venice Island"

Venice, just south of Sarasota along Florida’s white-sanded Gulf Coast, offers 14 miles of beaches, from Casey Key to Manasota Key and plenty of recreational opportunities, including swimming, sunbathing, fishing and boating.

Shelling is also a favorite pastime in Venice, and fossilized shark's teeth can be found in abundance by sifting through the sand.

Golfers enjoy excellent courses in the greater Venice area.

Venice also is a Florida Main Street City – its downtown graced by northern Italian architecture and beautifully landscaped boulevards that date to the original city plans of 1925 and reminiscent of the Italian city of Venice whose name it borrowed.

Venice Real Estate

 

Historic Downtown Venice

Discover beautiful, Historic Downtown Venice... our City on the Gulf. Home to over 100 unique and independently owned stores and restaurants, Venice holds an ambiance and charm that is unmatched in Florida. Beyond the shopping and dining, visitors find shady Oak and Banyan-lined avenues, palm trees swaying in the Gulf breezes, miles of pristine beach, parks dotted throughout the City, and an active arts and culture scene.

Downtown Venice History
 

Beaches, Parks, Recreation & Attractions

From sea to shore, the opportunities to explore and appreciate the great outdoors are endless. Charter a boat to catch a big one or drop a line off of Venice’s 700-foot long fishing pier or at the South Jetty, which extends several hundred yards into the Gulf of Mexico. Enjoy the water while kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skiing, or parasailing.

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Shark Tooth Capital of the World

The Gulf beaches in and around Venice, Florida, hold a bountiful cache of fossilized shark teeth. Shark teeth collectors say the best places to look for the fossils are any beach accesses south of the Venice Jetty, including Casey Key and Manasota Key.

Fun Facts and How to Look
Video tour of Venice

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