Venice Beach, located on the Gulf Coast of Florida, is a popular spot for tourists and residents alike. It is home to a number of attractions, including several popular beaches. Located near the main shopping district, Venice Beach sports free parking, lifeguards, concession stations, and more.
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A coral reef located just offshore attracts scuba divers from around the world. Walking along the sand, you are likely to find shark teeth, as Venice is known as the shark-tooth capital of the world. In the spring, you can enjoy the Shark Tooth Festival, and local shops sell baskets for combing the sand. Bottle-nosed dolphins frequent the area, delighting visitors with their antics.
The climate in Venice is attractive, with typical Florida sunshine and warm weather year-round. Visitors from colder climates especially delight in the moderate winters. Venice has an average yearly low of 64°F, and an average yearly high of 82°F. The coldest month is January with a low of 51° and high of 72°, and it is warmest in July and August (low 75°, high 91°). These moderate temperatures attract beach-goers year round, and there is never a bad time of year to visit Venice.
Located on the Gulf Coast, water temperatures at Venice Beach are comfortable for swimming and other water activities such as diving and jet-skiing. In the winter months, the water averages around 66-72°, and experts recommend swimmers who will be in the water for a prolonged time wear a wet suit, as the wind can be quite chilly. In the summer, water temperatures rise to 84-88°, making Venice Beach a very popular destination for water sports and other activities.
When planning your Venice Beach vacation, contact us at Inn at the Beach to book your stay. We’re located steps from the beach and a short walk from downtown so you’ll be in close proximity to the best Venice has to offer!