to the world's most famous beaches! Daytona has something
for everyone! Boasting 23 miles of beautiful white sandy
beaches, Daytona Beach is the perfect place for soaking up
Daytona Beach is
conveniently located 54 miles from Orlando on Florida’s
Central East Coast, just an hour’s drive from many
popular theme parks and other favorite tourist
destinations. There is always something to do in the
greater Daytona Beach area. From Golfing on some of the
best courses in Florida to Fishing in both fresh and salt
waters. Enjoy a relaxing day at the World's Most Famous
Beach or have a picnic in one of our picturesque parks.
Swim with the manatees or ride your mountain bike on one
of our many trails. Automobile racing has grown
and evolved in the Daytona Beach area. Over the last four
decades, NASCAR racing has continued to grow in
More than 150,000 race fans attend the
association's premier race, the Daytona 500.
The Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse Museum - Located
at the southernmost point of the area, the lighthouse
serves as a faithful guide to mariners off the Atlantic
coast. Historical displays and a gift shop are located on
the grounds. A climb to the top provides a spectacular
view of the Daytona Beach resort area.
Adventure Landing -
This Caribbean-themed waterpark and family entertainment
center features three waterslides; a quarter-mile,
two-level, go-kart track; three nine-hole miniature golf
courses, and an arcade with over 100 games that feature
the latest technology in sports and fantasy video
DAYTONA USA - An
interactive motorsports attraction designed to entertain
and inform race fans about the history of motorsports in
the Daytona Beach area. Included in the 50,000 square-foot
attraction are opportunities for visitors to participate
in a NASCAR Winston Cup stock car pit stop; design their
own race car; talk to their favorite competitors (via
video); take a walk through the history of Daytona Beach
racing and play radio or television announcer by
"calling" a race.
And if these attractions
are not for you and golf is, Daytona Beach is covered in
famous fairways designed by the legends of the sport,
Nicklaus, Palmer, Rees-Jones, Arthur Hills, Lloyd Clifton
and Donald Ross just to name a few.
Golf Digest recently ranked Daytona Beach in the
top 15 places to play in the nation.
For those that love to
shop, Ocean Walk Village is the
heart of the new Daytona Beach. This upscale destination
within a destination is new, exciting and catching the
interest of both business and leisure travelers. With more
than 1,300 Atlantic-edged guest rooms, 139,000 square-feet
of meeting space, great restaurants and the area's only
traffic-free beach, Ocean Walk Village is the best new
destination on Florida’s East Coast. There is even a
pedestrian overpass between the parking facility and the
oceanfront resorts and shops at Ocean Walk Village.
Beach has some of the best restaurant around. From
seafood, to steak, and everything in-between, we are sure
you will be delighted.