• Gulf of Mexico at 67-acre Brohard Park, includes Service Club Park, Paw Park and Venice Fishing Pier, Venice, Florida, USA. Photo by Debi Pittman Wilkey. Must Do Visitor Guides, MustDo.com.
  • Venice Beach is a favorite beach spot for locals as well as divers who come for its coral reef which is located a quarter-mile off shore. Like many of the Venice, Florida area beaches, you have a good chance of finding shark’s teeth washed up on the sand and seeing dolphins play just beyond the swim area. Photo by Jennifer Brinkman. Must Do Visitor Guides, MustDo.com.
  • Venice Beach is a favorite beach spot for locals as well as divers who come for its coral reef which is located a quarter-mile off shore. Like many of the Venice, Florida area beaches, you have a good chance of finding shark’s teeth washed up on the sand and seeing dolphins play just beyond the swim area. Photo by Jennifer Brinkman. Must Do Visitor Guides, MustDo.com.
  • Venice Pier. Venice Beach is a favorite beach spot for locals as well as divers who come for its coral reef which is located a quarter-mile off shore. Like many of the Venice, Florida area beaches, you have a good chance of finding shark’s teeth washed up on the sand and seeing dolphins play just beyond the swim area. Photo by Jennifer Brinkman. Must Do Visitor Guides, MustDo.com.
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Venice Municipal Beach

Venice Beach is a favorite beach spot for locals as well as divers who come for its coral reef which is located a quarter-mile offshore. Like many of the Venice area beaches, you have a good chance of finding shark’s teeth washed up on the sand and seeing dolphins play just beyond the swim area.

Venice Beach Amenities

The beach features a boardwalk, concessions, picnic area, restrooms, sand volleyball courts, outdoor showers, and free parking. Lifeguards are on duty daily year-round.
Beach wheelchairs are available at no cost year-round for transport from parking areas to the shore at the following beaches: Lido Beach, Manasota Beach, Nokomis Beach, Siesta Beach and Venice Beach. Check with the lifeguards; except for Siesta Beach, where they can be signed-out at the concession area.

Read our blog articles about beach safetyFlorida Sunshine Survival Tips and check out our blog and infographic for Sarasota top 10 beaches!

Venice Beach is located at 101 The Esplanade N., in Venice, Florida off West Venice Avenue.

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