What Is the Revolution of Venus?

According to the NOAA, the revolution of Venus is approximately 225 Earth days. Interestingly, the time of revolution of Venus is less than its time of a single planetary rotation, which takes 243 Earth days.

Venus is an average of 67 million miles away from the sun during its revolution. It has a perihelion of 66.6 million miles and aphelion of 67.5 million miles. A full rotation on Venus is longer than its revolution by 18 Earth days. The length of a "day" on Venus is 116.75 Earth days. Venus also rotates clockwise unlike other planets in the solar system.