Vacation Rentals Venice Florida -Your Ultimate Venice Beach Villa Rental
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Your opportunity to recharge among the sun and sand of Florida's Gulf Coast is found here in Venice. And it comes in the form of this fully-furnished, villa-style vacation rental home that is available most of the year. And that includes the colder days when you are searching for a vacation rental in Venice Florida.
The pristine home is located in the historic Venice Island neighborhood at the Aldea Mar, Village by the Sea complex. It is privately owned and measures 1000 square feet in a single story. It offers two bedrooms and two baths, living space, and a fully-equipped kitchen.
Home features and amenities
Of the Venice Florida vacation rentals, this one is pristine. Its brightness comes from an open floor plan, tile floors, and high ceilings with skylights. Thus, guests can feel the warmth of the Florida sun during the day and gaze at the stars after sundown.
No matter if the height of summer or during the Venice Florida winter rentals season, this home comes with all the amenities you would find in your own residence. For instance, central air conditioning to make the home comfortable during those hot and humid summer days. Guests also receive fresh bed linens and fluffy beach towels for use on the beach or at the pool.
Other features include:
Free local and long distance calls within the U.S.
Private washer and dryer
Car port to protect your vehicle from the heat
The 11-acre Aldea Mar complex is located steps away from the Gulf of Mexico on Golden Beach. Selecting this one-story villa as one of your Venice Florida vacation rentals entitles you to the communities many amenities. This includes a large heated pool, putting green, shuffleboard, and a clubhouse.
Things to do in Venice
Downtown Venice is a casual one-mile walk from your rental. You can also take a leisurely five-minute bike ride right through Aldea Mar to reach your destination.
There's much to do when you arrive in the city proper. First, tour the
area known as the John Nolan Plen of Venice Historic District. Since 2009, the area has been on the National Register of Historic Places.
Next, stroll along Venice's wide, tree-lined avenues. As you gaze at the structures of Italian design, you may begin to feel you're one of the country's villages instead of Florida.
This also gives you an opportunity to stop in one of downtown's many boutiques. During the excursion, stop at Centennial Park. It's the home of numerous festivals and performances and features eating areas and a veteran's memorial. In addition, kids of any age can enjoy the cooling powers of the intuitive sprinkler area.
Because it's a beach community, Venice has plenty of offerings for visitors both inside and outside the water. Water sports include swimming, surfing, fishing, jet skiing, and paddleboarding. Equipment is available at many locations for snorkeling and scuba diving.
When ready for some dry activities, rental guests can golf at nearly a dozen courses. This includes the Lake Venice Golf Club. It features 27 holes on an award-winning course.
Visitors also have an opportunity to bike along nine miles of level scenic trails or bird watch from the Venice Area Audubon Rookery. And, if all you want to do is walk along uncrowded beaches and listen to the water, you can do that while searching for shells or fossilized shark’s teeth.
Vacation rentals in Venice, Florida, is not complete without experiencing the local restaurants. Venice has numerous eating establishments with a variety of cuisines. Many of these have views of the Gulf or one of Venice's other waterways.
An example of a famous eatery is Sharky's on the Pier. This beachfront restaurant offers a seafood-laden menu as well as a wide variety of alcoholic beverages. Sharky's is one of the prime places where visitors go to watch sunsets over the Gulf.
Another highly rated dining experience is Cassariano Italian Eatery on Venice Ave. The comfortable setting offers guests a menu of traditional Italian fare, including several fresh seafood offerings. In addition to the exquisite meals, Cassariano prides itself in pairing up entrees with quality wines from across the globe.
Venice is one of a handful of Florida's Gulf Coast urban areas without a barrier island. It stretches along the coast for 14 miles (22.5 km) with sugar-white sand beaches running from Casey Key to Sarasota.
Venice currently participates in the Florida Main Street initiative to establish itself as a city worthy of historic protection. Many homes and structures date back to the 1920s. These are designated with plaques noting their unique use through the decades.
The sunset puts on a spectacular show most evenings over the Gulf of Mexico here in Venice. Join your fellow vacationers on the beach with your favorite cocktail and experience this once in a lifetime show. There are lots of other places to view the setting sun. My favorite is from the restaurant Sharky's on the Pier while having dinner with my family.Get the full listing »