Daytona Beach, FL
Daytona Beach, FL is a destination considered to be one of the world's most famous, for families, spring breakers, bikers and racing enthusiasts alike. Daytona.com will serve as your one stop shop for everything Daytona, including the latest information on Bike Week, Biketoberfest, the Daytona 500, Pepsi 400, and general information about what makes Daytona Beach such a unique vacation experience.
Ormond Beach, FL
Ormond Beach, FL, on Central Florida’s magnificent east coast has for more than 120 years been known as an outstanding place to live. In fact, when legendary financier and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Sr. sent his advisors across the nation to find the best place to live and work, they chose Ormond Beach. The City is still known for its exceptional quality of life. It is also known as the Birthplace of Speed. Automobile racing began on the wide, smooth beaches of Ormond Beach in 1903, which led to many land-speed records, beach races in nearby Daytona Beach, and the founding of NASCAR.
New Smyrna Beach, FL
New Smyrna Beach, FL located on the central east coast of Florida, is surrounded by bodies of water; the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Intracoastal Waterway to the west and Mosquito Lagoon in between the two. New Smyrna prides itself on being a laid-back coastal town, free of the crowds, pollution and noise that plague other Florida beaches. It is the ideal location to go wild with water sports.
South Daytona/Ponce Inlet, FL
South Daytona/Ponce Inletis located on the southern tip of the peninsula, south of Daytona Beach and Daytona Beach Shores. The Ponce DeLeon Lighthouse, constructed more than 100 years ago, remained in service until 1970. Since restoration as an historic monument and museum, the light- house still marks the entrance to the inland waterways through Ponce Inlet. Several marinas are located in Ponce Inlet, which is considered one of the area's prime fishing spots. The area is prized by residents for its relaxed lifestyle and natural, uncrowded beaches.
Palm Coast, FL
Palm Coast, FL is located midway between the world famous Daytona Beach and St. Augustine, the nation's oldest city. Palm Coast is bordered on the east by 19 miles of natural Atlantic Ocean beaches and promises many things to see and do. This charming city near the sea, is known for its sparkling salt and fresh water canals, the beautiful Intracoastal canal, parks and tree canopied paths, uncrowded beaches, historic ruins, and first-class golf courses.