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The Weather in Venice
The above is a climate diagram for Venice. During August, maximum temperatures go up to more than 89° January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 53°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Be inspired at a vacation home in artistic Venice, FL
Let Venice captivate you with its small-town charm, coastal Florida characteristics, and friendly residents. Kick back in a bright, retro condo with beach access, or laze the das away on the deck of your own luxury villa, inside a gated community.
At Sharky's On the Pier, they make sure you know you're in Florida. They've got the name, tiki huts, location by the pier and beach, tropical drinks, and of course, oodles of seafood. Revel in the colorful atmosphere, and savor their fresh Gulf grouper with salty beach fries.
Take in views of Venice Inlet and Snake Island from the the best vantage point around, Crow's Nest Marina Restaurant. Gorge on their divine raw bar choices like local Gulf clams, shrimp and oysters, then walk off your meal at the picturesque South Jetty Beach.
Town with artistic vision
Venice Art Center is a hub for appreciating artists and honing your own artistic skills. It hosts recurring events like Venice Art Walk, and classes are offered ranging from watercolor painting to ceramics and pottery. Don't be afraid to use your imagination here!
Visual arts are not the only creative endeavors being pursued and promoted in the area. The Venice Symphony showcases performing arts in a dynamic way, like the way they play the classics from Brahms, Beethoven and Mozart.
Venice of yesteryear
Venice Fishing Pier stretches out into the Gulf of Mexico and is the place for people-watching, fishing, strolling, dining, and birdwatching; the pelicans are a show in themselves! Grab a Venetian (of course) coffee at the on-site shop, and meander until you find the perfect bench to watch the action.
Historic downtown Venice feels like a romantic movie set, but really it's the creation of a well thought-out 1920s city plan. Check out pretty, pastel-colored shops, galleries and eateries, and on scorching days find shade under stout banyan trees.
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