Endless Beaches Venice Florida

Our condos are located right on Venice Beach. There are five fabulous, sandy beaches in Venice. Venice Beach

This is a wonderful beach to swim, sunbathe and relax. Reef divers love Venice Beach because the reef lies only 1/4 mile offshore. You may find fossilized shark teeth on Venice Beach, but there are a lot more shark teeth on Caspersen Beach. Venice Beach is the closest beach to downtown historic Venice.

Casperson Beach

This beach is pristine and secluded and is the southern most beach on Venice Island. The southern 2/3 of the beach has been left in its natural state, with fresh-water and salt-water marshes, mangroves and tidal flats. To get to Casperson beach, just drive south on Harbor Drive to the end. This beach is one of the best places to find fossilized shark teeth.

Brohard Beach

This is a doggie beach but remember that there are no dogs allowed at Bahia Vista Gulf. Kids won't be bored at Brohard Beach. Service Club Park which is adjacent to Brohard Beach, offers playground equipment and Boardwalks with covered pick-nick areas. Also nearby is the U.S. Coastguard Flotilla Training center.

Nokomis Beach

A family oriented and popular for fishing, Nokomis is Sarasota counties oldest public beach. Located at the west-end of Albee Road, Nokomis beach also includes a boat launch ramp.

North Jetty Beach

Located on the tip of Casey Key, the jetty makes North Jetty Beach one of the most exciting beaches on the west coast. It's a popular pick-nick spot for family and large groups. The fishing at North Jetty Beach is reputed to be spectacular but you will need a fishinglicense. North Jetty Beach as well as South Jetty Beach are the favorite spots for surfers.

Nearby Attractions







Jet Skiing







Stroll through historic downtown Venice

Dining in fine restaurants

Boutique shopping

Free Outdoor concerts at the Venice Gazebo

Or just watch the sunset, it's all here for your enjoyment