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Nokomis Beach is located on the southern end of Casey Key. This beach is a local stop for the folks that live here, and the snow birds that found it. The parking is great, just a short walk to the sand and the waters edge....More
Nokomis Beach is a very nice beach which doesn’t get crowded. On Saturday it was relatively busy but plenty of space to play games and relax. There is also food and drinks available for purchase at the stand near the parking lot. If staying close...More
The water is supposed to be cold, but it depends on what are you accostumed to. The water was green and you couldn't see much.
Anyway, few people, very nice and quiet. The weather was fine and the sun shinned a bit.
For me, a...More
We are coming to Florida in late May early June for 3 weeks, staying in a villa north of Venice so we are nearer Nokomis than Venice. Any advice on beaches restaurants tourist attractions fishing (keen fishermen in family) would be very helpful. We have stayed in Venice before so fairly familiar with area, but didn't visit Nokomis beach, or areas around there. Many thanks. Shep (UK)
February 27, 2010|
I was in Nokomis and Venice last winter and loved it. In Nokomis, right along Route 41, there are many restaurants. Captain Eddies, corner of 41 and Colonia Road, is excellent and specializes in seafood. On the water heading out to Casey Key is Pops Sunset Grill, a local hangout and you'll see plenty of waterfowl. Pelican Alley is next door. The Saltwater Cafe, On 41, is in a small shopping center where there is a Publix grocery store. It's a really nice restaurant, great specials and...More
Drum Circle near Islamorada?? (0 Replies)
I travel to Florida a few times a year, but usually on the gulf coast. One of my favorite activities is the drum circle on Nokomis Beach on Wednesday & Saturday nights. It just melts away all the stress from one's self. We will be in Islamorada next week & was wondering if anyone is aware of a drum circle in the general vicinity?? Thanks much!
February 02, 2009|
Red Tide - August 2018 (4 Replies)
Has anyone been to Nokomis Beach recently? I understand there red tide has been there for a while. How has it been? Thinking about cancelling our reservations and trying to find something near Indians Rocks.
August 07, 2018|
Response fromMichelle W|
Following. We are staying Sept 9-14 worried about this too. Already got airline tickets-non refundable....