A small seaside hamlet, Nokomis is bordered by the beautiful cities of Venice, to the south, and Sarasota, to the north. Once considered a farming town, where cows were thought to outnumber people, Nokomis is now revered as a place where life bends and flows with the water that surrounds it. Spend a leisurely afternoon at Nokomis Beach Park, Sarasota County's oldest beach, where you'll find a great place to launch your boat, bask in the sun or plunge into the azure blue surf. At the south end of the park, the North Jetty is a great place to fish, sip morning coffee, toast the sunset, or just enjoy the view of boats hustling in and out of the bay.
Nokomis has the bucolic charm of a small fishing village where local residents know one another and send a friendly wave to visitors and newcomers. There are waterfront neighborhoods located on Shackett, Salt and Fox Creeks, Dona, Roberts, and Lyons Bays and along the shores of Blackburn Bay and southern Casey Key. Nokomis also offers several semi-private and public golf courses. You'll find every sort of residential option in Nokomis, from waterside condominiums to canal-front ranch or seaside estate homes.
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