- About Venetian Bay
- What’s Happening
Venetian Bay is the ultimate in active lifestyle communities. Whether you are buying your first home or your dream home. Venetian Bay has something to offer for everyone. Play a round of golf on our 18-Hole Championship golf course, spend a day with your family at the Beach and Swim Club, stay active by joining our on-site fitness center or walking and biking on the miles of beautiful trails. Residents also enjoy dining at our onsite Italian restaurant and more. Conveniently located in New Smyrna Beach, Venetian Bay is located next to one of Florida’s premier beaches and within comfortable driving distance to Daytona Beach and Orlando which provides easy access to a number of recreational and cultural activities in these larger communities. Venetian Bay is like no place else!
New communities are being developed in Venetian Bay. New homes feature a mix of single family homes, duplexes, golf villas, estate homes and townhomes. New homes are available at Venetian Bay in the following communities: – Arbor Lakes Starting from $254,500 – Portofino Estates Starting from $422,500 – Savona North & South Starting from $170,000 – Savannah Pointe Starting from $203,900 Call or visit today to learn more about new home opportunities. View our new home buyer incentive program.
The Venetian Bay Town Center serves as the heart of the entire community of Venetian Bay. The Town Center hosts a wide variety of community events, activities, restaurants and more to come!
The Championship Golf Course was designed by highly acclaimed Clifton, Ezel, Clifton Design Group is now open!
Discover the great schools around Venetian bay! Volusia County also has purchased 20 acres in Venetian Bay for construction of a new Elementary School.
Over 20 miles of paved tree lined walking and bike paths meander throughout Venetian Bay. It provides a perfect setting for evening strolls, bike riding, or jogging.
Learn more about the pool, tiki bar and spa at the Beach and Swim Club.
Located at the mouth of the Ponce de Leon Inlet, New Smyrna Beach serves as the gateway to the historic and picturesque Indian River Intracoastal Waterway and 13 miles of Atlantic Coast beach.