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The Weather in Venice
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. September is the warmest month of the year in Venice with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 26°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 10° in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is August.
Sizzling contemporary culture awaits at Venice vacation homes
Eccentric magnate Abbot Kinney named Venice, California, after his favorite Italian town. Though the iconic squares and canals are both historic and evocative of Italian Venice, they are situated on the Pacific Coast Highway instead. A vacation home near the town's famous beach promenade is the perfect base for an Italian-American adventure.
Ice cream and Japanese traditions
If there's one food that says “Venice Beach,” it's ice cream. Head to chic Abbot Kinney Boulevard for delicious gelato in an array of flavors, from salted caramel to traditional pistachio. As you stroll along, check out the bright boutiques, galleries, and cafés.
CHAYA Venice, a local institution on Main Street, is worth a visit. It was founded by the Tsunoda family, which has owned restaurants in Japan and California for centuries. They still manage this branch, serving French-Japanese cuisine.
Beat poetry and street art
Street artists perform and sell their wares by the animated Venice Skate Park, set right on Venice Beach. The spiritual home of the Beat Generation of poets, the beach welcomes all comers, including anyone with a noise-making object for the daily drum circle.
Los Angeles is world famous for its street art. Look out for Rip Cronk’s works, including a 40-foot mural depicting the past century in Venice. Touch of Venice, another celebrated work, references Touch of Evil, a 1958 film noir set in Venice.
Take the kids to the Venice Amusement Pier for the ultimate beach resort day out. Rollercoasters and rides on the miniature steam railroad add a new spin to more typical beachside vacation activities.
The kids will never forget their ride on the authentic imported gondolas. The residential district that overlooks the canals in the city is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Gliding along canals, it’s hard not to feel transported to the city’s Old World counterpart.
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