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Sitting just south of Osprey and just north of Venice, Nokomis is an unincorporated Florida beach town known for its magnificent Gulf shoreline, developed residential areas, historical elements, and alluring retail and natural attractions. Residents can access the famed beaches of Gulf Coast Florida through Nokomis Public Beach, or Casey Key.

Nokomis Public Beach is Sarasota County’s oldest public beach, saturating its tropical atmosphere with vintage charm. Nokomis Beach Plaza was built in the 1950s by Jack West, a distinguished architect of the Sarasota School of Architecture, and was renovated and restored in 2008. In addition to its historical appeal, beach-goers appreciate the amenities found at Nokomis Public Beach, which include lifeguards, a boardwalk, a canoe/kayak launch, a boat ramp and dock (on the Bay side), washrooms, picnic tables, a playground, and volleyball courts.

Casey Key is a nearby barrier island with a luxurious feel that has drawn a handful of celebrity homeowners. Nokomis residents need only take a short drive to soak up the sun where the stars do. Casey Key beaches offer a more laid-back and private tone than Nokomis Public Beach, making the commute worthwhile for residents who need serenity and respite from busy mainland life.

Casey Key is a nearby barrier island with a luxurious feel that has drawn a handful of celebrity homeowners. Nokomis residents need only take a short drive to soak up the sun where the stars do. Casey Key beaches offer a more laid-back and private tone than Nokomis Public Beach, making the commute worthwhile for residents who need serenity and respite from busy mainland life.


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