Venice Palm Inn

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

1710 Tamiami Trl S, Venice, FL 34293
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Excellent
23%
15
Very Good
22%
14
Average
12%
8
Poor
15%
10
Terrible
23%
15

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  • Families66
  • Couples50
  • Solo75
  • Business60

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Venice History 101

by Tolik

The area of Venice was inhabited by the Calusas, Native Americans who lived more than 12,000 years ago. The European settlers began arriving in the area in the 1860s. At the time, the place south of Roberts Bay was known as ?Horse and Chaise? because of grows of trees on the shore which resembled a horse and buggy. In the middle of 1880s they had enough population to have their own post office. Maybe, the old name did not sound attractive, maybe it was too long to be used as a part of an address, but they came with awesome idea to call the settlement Venice. And why not? Florida remotely resembles the Italian peninsula and name sounded good for a town on the coast. In 1910 the railroad came to the town linking it with Tampa. Doctor Fred Albee and his wife Luella arrived in 1916. He purchased vast acreage and commissioned famous architect John Nolen to design the city of the Northern Italian style of architecture. Venice was incorporated as a city in 1927. Next year the Tamiami Trail (also known as US41) was completed passing through Venice on its way to Miami. The Venice Jetties were constructed and a channel dredged between them in 1937. Today we can enjoy two nice parks on the either side. But Venice became an island only in 1967 when the Intracoastal Waterway was dug. Nowadays the greater Venice includes five communities: the City of Venice, South Venice Beach, Nokomis, Laurel and Osprey with estimated population of 98,000.

Shark Tooth Capital of the World

by bradbeaman

"Snorkeling Venice"

Some things to do in Venice are:

Boating
Golfing
Fishing
Beach swimming
Bird watching (Rookery)
shark toothing
sunsets
Manatee watching
Porpoise watching
snorkeling
cycling
canoeing
Banjo concerts
alligator watching

At the Venice Pier you can see a sunset from the observation deck, eat at Sharky's or watch the shark fisherman go for the big one.

Venice has plenty of Snook one of the most sought after salt water game fish.

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Address: 1710 Tamiami Trl S, Venice, FL 34293