Situated on the Atlantic side (or East side) of Florida, Daytona Beach is packed with a ton of beach, shopping, outdoor recreation, food and fun! Ponce DeLeon dropped by in 1515 in his search for the fountain of youth. Today, the entire Daytona Beach area entertains more than 10 million influential visitors each year! These visitors, who influence friends and family with their vacation stories, come from around the world to relax and enjoy the area's many treasures, both old and new.
Absolutely. Daytona Beach has grown out of its “rowdy Spring Break” reputation.Obviously the kids can play at the beach year round, learn to surf and rent bicycles. Wear them out by climbing the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, pet stingrays at Marine Science Center or go on a dolphin and manatee boat tour. Indoors, a visit to the Museum of Arts & Sciences is perfect. With a state-of-the-art planetarium and a children’s museum brimming with interactive exhibits, a rainy day can be fun and educational!
Peak season in Daytona Beach is December through February. Shoulder Season is Spring and Fall and Low Season is Summer.
Depending on your activity level, I suggest an extended weekend on your first visit. If you love the vibe, then next time, stay a week.
Hard Rock Hotel, Hilton Daytona Beach, Club Wyndham Ocean Walk
Hog Heaven BBQ, Crabby’s Oceanside, Bay Street Seafood
Daytona Beach has an official tourism office. Their services and suggestions are free to you. They also have a free digital visitors guide. We have partnered with them to ensure editorial accuracy. Please download their free visitor guide using the link below and enjoy your next vacation to Daytona Beach.
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Thanks for your consideration, now get out there and explore and I’ll see you in line at security.
Daytona Beach, FL
Daytona Beach, FL 32114