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Daytona Beach

"We listened to the Ocean Waves all night!"

— Juan V, Eaton Rapids, Michigan

Daytona Beach, Florida

Imagine spending a day relaxing on "The World's Most Famous Beach"-- walking on 23 miles of sandy, white beaches and cooling off in the water for a swim. Play golf, go fishing, or stroll on the boardwalk. Check out the hot spot for racing enthusiasts, the Daytona International Speedway, home to NASCAR and hosts the Daytona 500, the Coke Zero 400 and other well-known events. Daytona is nothing short of being able to "get away from it all" and attending to your favorite pastimes.

Daytona Beach Tips, Fun, and Sun!

Less than an hour from Orlando’s theme parks, you can enjoy the best of both worlds in America’s most famous playground. With glorious sunsets and sea-salt breezes that soothe the soul, you’ll see, it’s more than just an exciting, beautiful beach. It’s an individual and family friendly hot-spot, boasting a laid-back atmosphere, top-notch surfing, deep-sea diving, fishing expeditions, whale watching, dolphin swims, motor sports and exciting attractions to please every type of traveler.

When you’ve had enough sun and surf, satisfy your cravings for alternative excitement with dynamic nightlife, world-class golf like LPGA courses for aficionados, chic shopping, gourmet dining, thrill-seeking Boardwalk rides, and pedal-to-the-metal NASCAR ride-alongs and solo driving experiences at the Richard Petty Experience. Plus, Daytona’s close proximity to outlying areas worth exploring like Orlando, Cape Canaveral and New Smyrna puts you in the driver’s seat for double the fun, double the pleasure.

What Guests Say About Daytona Beach

"I have visited Daytona Beach regularly for the past 25 years. My parents retired there, and after a while could no longer visit me...so I visited them often and got to know my way around very well. There are restaurants there I adore, for instance Holiday House in Ormond Beach (the whole Thanksgiving dinner, carved right off the bird in front of you) 7 days a week, and for only around $10 including all the trimmings. Also, a fabulous Honduran restaurant called Chachinera Hondurenas which is very inexpensive and better than any ethnic food where I live in the SF Bay Area. I am a complete beach person. DB is the best walking beach I have ever encountered, including the many beaches in CA I have been to and also Kauai. I think the coastline there is 22 miles long and the sand area is deep. The weather is beautiful. The people are friendly. No one there has a yuppy bone in their body. People are just down home nice and friendly. If you like quirky places, beaches and reasonably priced stores and restaurants, check it out. "
— Barbara S., Mill Valley, CA

"My trip to Daytona Beach was my first time visiting on the east coast of Florida (although I have been living in Florida since 1998) and I wasn't disappointed with what it had to offer. Plenty of shops, restaurants, attractions, and a beautiful beach with blue water (and waves..you don't find them so often on the west coast of Florida). The town successfully captures the beach town experience and although it is not quite as sophisticated as St. Armand's Circle in Sarasota, there is still plenty happening here and it feels like a place where younger people can go and enjoy themselves."
— Carolos H., Tampa FL