Venice FL Area Beaches & Attractions
Venice Area Beaches (Area Drone Video)
Caspersen Beach and Venice Beach
Families will want to include a trip to the Shark Tooth Capital of the World. On Caspersen and Venice beaches you can hunt for washed up sharks' teeth of all types and sizes. Nokomis Beach Casey Key is the area's oldest public beach and is popular for fishing and surfing. Even if you do not surf it is fun to watch others catch a good wave.
Brohard Beach, Paw Park and Venice Fishing Pier
Brohard Beach and Paw Park is the area's only beach where dogs can be off-leash. Brohard Beach includes a wetland area ideal for fishing and bird watching. Visitors agree Paw Park is the best dog friendly park in Sarasota County.
Venice Municipal Beach
Venice Beach is a favorite beach spot for locals as well as divers who come for its coral reef which is ¼ mile off shore. Like many of the Venice area beaches, you have a good chance of finding shark's teeth washed ashore.
Nokomis Beach is the area's oldest public beach and is quite popular with families and fishing enthusiasts.
Siesta Key Beaches
The blue-ribbon winner in the area, Siesta Beach earned its bragging rights in from its 99% pure-quartz sand in 2011 when Dr. Beach ranked it No. 1 on his annual list of America's Best Beaches! Siesta earned additional accolades in May of this year when National Geographic ranked the beach No. 6 on its list of Top U.S. Family Beaches. You'll find more of this famous sand at Siesta Key's Crescent Beach, rated #10 on Travelocity's 2011 Top 25 Beaches in the United States. Once you dig your toes into the powdery soft sand you'll understand why folks come from all over the world to relax and play on these shores. Siesta Beach earned TripAdvisor's 2016 Traveler's Choice Award.
You'll find more of this famous sand at Siesta Key's Crescent Beach, rated #10 on Travelocity's 2011 Top 25 Beaches in the United States
Sun, surf and tranquility. At the southernmost end of Siesta Key is Turtle Beach, which is less crowded than Crescent or Siesta Key Public Beach. Features some of the tallest dunes in the area.
Lido Key Beaches
Visit Lido Key's beaches for scenic Gulf and Bay views plus they're just a short walk from St. Armand's Circle, or head north on Gulf of Mexico Drive to Longboat Key and Anna Maria Islands unspoiled beaches.
South Lido Park Beach
Sandy coastline and crystal clear water in a park setting what could be better? Located at the southwestern tip of Lido Key, the 100-acre South Lido Park is surrounded by water Gulf of Mexico and Big Pass.
Longboat Key Beaches
Longboat Key's access to its beaches is limited, but your reward is 10 miles of uninterrupted, uncrowded beach with wonderful Gulf of Mexico water and white sand.
Coquina Beach is the longest stretch of beach on the southern end of Anna Maria Island on the Gulf of Mexico. Coquina is a fantastic spot to spend the day with family and friends with its relaxing atmosphere and calm waters.
What's Nearby/Things To Do:
- Fox Lea Farms
- Legacy Bike Trail
- Venice Rookery
- Venice Mainstreet Shopping & Dining
- The Venice Theatre
- Chalk Festival Venice
- Shark Tooth Festival Venice
- Venice Blues Festival
- Venice Brew Bash
- Shark Tooth Hunting In Venice
- Venice Performing Art Center
- Venice High School
- See Our Beach & Attraction Guide
- Venice Bayfront Regional Hospital
Upcoming Area Events:
- New Year's Eve Gala, Venice, Florida, December 31, 2017 to January 1, 2018