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Venice

Introduction

Located on Florida’s West Coast, the city of Venice is traversed by U.S. Highway 41 and has a total area of over 16square miles.Venice is home to a population of more than 20,000 people and is named after the eponymous Italian city, the famed Queen of the Adriatic.

With the Gulf of Mexico on one side and the Myakka River State Park on the other, Venice has plenty of great views from just about every direction. The community’s convenient location and the fact that it has its own vibrant historic downtown, means thatluxurious amenities are never far from reach. Venice has plenty of shopping and entertainment destinations as well as an active music, culture and arts scene. The city is also a historic goldmine, with numerous buildings and landmarks listed under the National Register of Historic Places.

Real Estate in Venice

The architectural style of the homes and buildings here is predominantly Italian Renaissance, resulting in an overall look that has made this particular stretch of coast reminiscent of the city’s namesake or like a little slice of the Mediterranean. Here you will find luxurious estates featuring gorgeous views ofthe Gulf of Mexico as well as Robert’s Bay, Pelican Cove, the Intracoastal Waterway and Dona Bay.

Attractions

Curry Creek Preserve. With over 81 acres of beautifully preserved mangrove forests and pine flatwoods, the preserve is where visitors can soak in the beauty of nature and engage in various activities like bird watching, kayaking, hiking, canoeing and camping. The preserve also has picnic areas and water access, making it a great outdoor destination.

Historic Downtown. The heart of Venice, this serene, historic and vibrant district has streets lined with palm trees, Renaissance-style architecture, and more than a hundred shops, restaurants, cafés, services, and even several lodging options.

The Beaches. Venice has several beaches, each one unique. These include Venice Beach, Casperson Beach, Nokomis Beach, and the dog-friendly Brohard Beach.

Must see events

The 4th of July Fireworks.This annual fireworks display transforms Venice into an amazing festival of lights that can be viewed from anywhere on Nokomis Beach, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Intracoastal Waterway. The fireworks are fired up from the south Venice Jetty, creating an umbrella of sparkling lights that never fails to amaze sightseers every Independence Day.

Venice Boat Parade.Happening every Christmas, this much anticipated boat parade features beautifully decorated boats coming together in a parade of lights – a truly memorable event that draws crowds every year.

Shark’s Tooth Festival. Venice is known as the Shark’s Tooth Capital of the World and the city celebrates this truly unique facet of its natural heritage every year.

 


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