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What is the average price per night for accommodation in Venice?
The price per night in Venice starts at $60.
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Venice, a coastal city on Florida’s west coast, was named one of the happiest seaside towns by Coastal Living Magazine. 20,000 residents enjoy year round warm weather and a rich history. Upon its conception in the 1870s, Venice acted as a home base for a citrus company. Today, people known as “snowbirds” come down from colder states to enjoy its mild and sunny winters. From beaches to museums, Venice has something for everybody. Venice is known as the “Shark’s Tooth Capitol of the World” and hosts a festival by the same name to celebrate the fossilized shark teeth that are often found on the beaches here.
Things to do in Venice
Take advantage of Venice’s coastline and visit some of the beaches there. Caspersen Beach, a quiet beach, is known for having few visitors and many shark teeth. Brohard Paw Park, on the other hand, is bustling with both people and dogs! Dogs can run on the beach and swim in the water, and there are resources available to help owners take care of their four-legged friends. The year round sunshine in Venice makes it a perfect location to play golf whenever you visit. Practice your short game at one of the five golf courses here. Pelican Pointe Golf and Country Club, nestled between some of Venice’s fanciest homes, rewards visitors with well-maintained greens at a good price. Come in on a weekend to enjoy their highly-rated brunch. Several museums in Venice provide travelers with insight into the city’s art and history. The Ideal Classic Cars Museum has a wide variety of vintage and restored cars—all of which are for sale! For a more traditional museum experience, visit the Clyde Butcher Venice Gallery and Studio. Here, you can see the artist’s method and works. Described as “the next Ansel Adams” by a prominent photography magazine, Clyde Butcher has a display here that photographers will love.
Day Trips from Venice
Tampa, a major city on Florida’s Gulf Coast, is just over an hour from Venice. There are several family-friendly activities in Tampa, such as amusement parks, zoos, and museums. Big Cat Rescue gives visitors an up-close view of rescued jungle animals, while Bayshore Boulevard allows you to take a relaxing waterfront stroll or bike ride. Two hours away, Big Cypress National Preserve is home to a diverse array of wildlife. Take a scenic drive to see birds and forests, or take a guided walk from a knowledgeable ranger. If you’re lucky, you’ll see a black panther or an alligator! White sand beaches and sparkling water surround this Floridian oasis. Less than an hour from Venice, Longboat Key is a beautiful and relaxing destination. Rent a boat to experience the pristine Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, or just relax on one of the many beaches. There are also several restaurants, some of which enjoy waterfront views.
Accommodation in Venice
When you plan your Venice vacation, be sure to check out hundreds of vacation rentals on Tripping.com. There are nearly 1,000 properties in Venice alone. Many properties are beach front, allowing you to enjoy this tropical destination without the stress of a car.
Transportation in Venice
Travelers can fly to Venice through the Southwest Florida International Airport in nearby Fort Myers. If you’re driving, you can find Venice along U.S. Route 41, connecting northern Florida to the south.