Don’t forget your beach chair, sun screen and bathing suit! Venice is home to some of the state’s most beautiful beaches! Shells and shark teeth, fishing and boating, strolling and sun worshipping…you will find it all on the pristine beaches of Venice.
Brohard Paw Park
The ideal spot for dog lovers! Brohard Paw Park is adjacent to the only beach area in the county where dogs are allowed to run free. This park has been called the best dog friendly park in the state!
Home of the annual Sharks Tooth and Seafood Festival, Caspersen Beach is the longest beach in Sarasota County. This naturally preserved beach is a great choice for shelling and finding sharks teeth!
Venice Municipal Beach
Divers and snorkelers flock to Venice Municipal Beach to discover its many treasures found along the coral reef a quarter mile offshore. Certified Blue Wave beach.
This family-oriented beach is a local favorite for fishing, strolling, launching a boat, or enjoying a quiet sunset.
North & South Jetty
Two jetties, long rock piers, frame the entrance from the beautiful Gulf of Mexico to Roberts Bay north of the center of Venice. The south jetty is in Venice, and the north jetty is in Nokomis, next to Venice. This is a popular area for boaters, fishing, surfing, and people just soaking up the sun and the spectacular view. Also, dolphins are spotted daily here, especially just before sunset.