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Destination guide

Visit Venice at vacation home rentals

The world's got a few good Venices, and you'll find this particular Venetian gem on Florida's Gulf Coast. With miles of powdery sand beaches and coral reefs, Venice Beach is a quiet treasure. There are also the rocky shores of Caspersen Beach, where you're sure to spot some shark teeth that collect in the area's calm waters. Venice vacation rentals are in a small city with an older population, so it's calm and peaceful vibes all the way to the beach. If you head inland, you'll find intracoastal walking and biking trails and lots of green spaces like Centennial Park.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near vacation rentals in Venice

Venice vacation rentals make a great base for exploring Florida's lush landscapes. Pack a picnic and head to Centennial Park, which has a lovely gazebo and an interactive fountain. You don't need a fishing license to cast a line off the 700-foot Venice Fishing Pier, which sits on a white-sand beach with picnic areas, volleyball courts, and a golf course. Bird nerds will love bird-watching from the canopy walkway at nearby Myakka River State Park. And if you're a fine art lover, you'll find lots to love at the Venice Art Center, including a gallery, and year-round events and classes.


Activities near vacation homes in Venice

You'll see why Venice is the Shark's Tooth Capital of the World if you attend the Shark's Tooth Festival in April, or hunt for teeth on the beaches. Rest-assured these teeth are not connected to any live sharks; in fact, it's pretty rare to spot one here. Also in April is the Suncoast BBQ and Bluegrass Bash, a food-and-music delight at Venice Airport Festival Grounds. Don't forget to down some delicious coastal cuisine, like succulent stone crabs. And while you want to avoid any live gators, you can try some gator hush puppies with your fried fish and cold beer.


Local weather for your stay in vacation homes in Venice

The heat is on in this humid climate, with summer highs in the 90s. Venice has a lot of "snowbirds," the nickname for all those northern folks who hit the subtropics to escape the ice. And understandably so, as temperatures in the winter months are comfortably in the 60s. During your stay at your Venice vacation rental, you're most likely to see rain and Florida's famous thunderstorms from June to October, and remember, that's hurricane season, too. You'll love swimming in the warm gulf waters, but keep in mind that water temps dip down to the mid 60s in winter.

Natural features

Lots of nature to explore, in the water and off the shore

This is the Gulf side of Florida, where the salty water is warm and calm. It's perfect for exploring marine life at the coral reef off Venice Beach. The rocky shores of Caspersen Beach are a treasure cove of shells and shark's teeth that have collected here for centuries. Oscar Scherer State Park has many trails to traverse while you watch for wildlife, like scrub jays, frogs, and tortoises. Florida is famous for its wetlands and swamps, which have some seriously cool rare birds and plants. And remember, always keep an eye out for alligators.

How to get there

How to get to and around Venice

The nearest airport is in Sarasota, FL (SRQ-Sarasota-Bradenton Intl.), located 21 mi (33.8 km) from the city center. If you're unable to find a flight that fits your schedule, you could also fly into Punta Gorda, FL (PGD-Charlotte County), which is 30.3 mi (48.7 km) away.

Family friendly

Family-friendly attractions near vacation homes in Venice

Venice Beach has plenty of kid-friendly places for fun in the sun. Vacation homes are available near places like the Historic Venice Train Depot, a restored passenger train building with tours and local history exhibits, and Oscar Scherer State Park, a woodland area with nature trails and waterways for swimming, fishing, and canoeing. Kids will also like the Venice Museum and Archives, a history museum with heritage exhibits, archaeological relics, and other artifacts.

Good for couples

Romantic vacation homes in Venice

Couples looking for a romantic vacation will enjoy all the idyllic places in Venice. Vacation homes are available near places like Humphris Park, a scenic jetty with spectacular views and a paved path for fishing and wildlife viewing, and South Jetty Beach, a paved jetty with a sandy beach that’s popular for surfing and sunset viewing. You could also visit Casey Key, a tranquil barrier island with sandy beaches and turquoise waters.

How many vacation rentals are available around Venice?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 3,339 vacation rentals around Venice. From 2,154 house rentals to 1,148 condo and apartment rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.