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Close to Everything

Luxury Living in Venice, Florida
In the Perfect Location

Life in Venice features upscale shopping, elegant dining and pristine beaches. Aria is centrally located east of I-75, which makes your commute to nearby businesses or the beaches very convenient. Enjoy the unique Southwest Florida lifestyle, ideal year-round weather and endless activities from the comfort of your new home.

Venice, Florida

Shark tooth hunting, Italian influence
Just south of Sarasota along Florida’s white-sanded Gulf Coast, Venice offers 14 miles of beaches from Casey Key to Manasota Key and plenty of recreational opportunities, including swimming, sunbathing, fishing and boating. Shell collecting is a favorite pastime in Venice, and fossilized shark's teeth can be found by sifting through the sand. Golfers enjoy excellent courses throughout the greater Venice area. Venice also is a Florida Main Street City – downtown is graced by northern Italian architecture and beautifully landscaped boulevards date to the original city plans of 1925, reminiscent of the town’s namesake, the original Italian city.
  • Scenic bike trails
  • Casperson Beach
  • South Jetty Sunsets
  • Venice Symphony and other cultural attractions
  • Colorful Venice Avenue
  • Historic Neighborhoods
  • Sharkey's on the Pier
  • Casey's Pass
  • Venice Island
  • North Jetty
  • Beautiful Parks
  • Annual Events
Aptly named one of Coastal Living’s “Happiest Seaside Towns in America” this island town’s charming Main Street offers shopping and dining and meanders through stately 1920s homes leading straight to the Gulf of Mexico.
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