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Daytona Beach, Florida is situated just 51 miles northeast of Orlando and 89 miles south of Jacksonville. The Daytona Beach area is a coastal community with access to multiple different waterfront locations. The Daytona Beach area is a great destination in its own right, but its central location also makes it a perfect base camp for daytrips throughout Central Florida.

The seasons in the Daytona Beach area are extremely temperate. In fact, more than 8 million annual visitors rave about the pleasant year-round climate. Average temperatures in the area range from highs of 90°F in the summer and in the 68°F in the winter.

Daytona Beach is known as the 'World's Most Famous Beach' and for good reason. Known as the Festival Capital of Florida, Daytona Beach features hard pack sand beaches which allow for ocean front activities not possible in other regions including: bicycling, running and even driving on the beach. The area boasts more than 23 miles of spectacular beaches offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy all the beach has to offer.

Filled with family-style recreation, attractions and entertainment, the Daytona Beach area has plenty to offer beyond the sparkling beaches. Whether you enjoy high energy activities or relaxing in the shade, you'll find something fun to do in the great outdoors of the Daytona Beach area. Outdoor enthusiasts will have the opportunity to explore Florida's natural habitat from soothing estuaries and hardwood hammock forests to world-class golf, tennis and local attractions found throughout the area.

Top 5 Experiences

  • Golf – Daytona Beach is covered in famous fairways boasting 23 outstanding courses designed by the legends of the sport. Prepare to experience one of Floridaʼs fastest growing golf destinations.
  • Daytona Lagoon – Spend the day on superfast dropping, racing and twisting slides; catch a wave in the 500,000 gallon wave pool; hit the Castaway Bay play area or float down Pelican’s drift lazy river.
  • Tennis – Grab your racket and some friends and head out to one of the 11 tennis courts including the Florida Tennis Center.
  • The Museum of Arts & Sciences – A Smithsonian affiliate is located on a 90-acre Florida nature preserve, hosts some truly amazing treasures, including a 13,000-year old Giant Ground Sloth, a new planetarium and – new in 2015 – the Cici and Hyatt Brown Museum of Florida Art, the largest collection of its kind.
  • Hit the Surf – A day on the water in Daytona Beach can consist of anything from surfing, kayaking, fishing, boating, parasailing or paddle boarding.

Sightseeing & Tours

  • The Museum of Arts & Sciences – Situated in the beautiful Tuscawilla Preserve, the museum features African artifacts, Chinese art collections, vintage automobiles, railroad cars and much more! It's also home to the largest collection of Coca Cola memorabilia in Florida. Payable locally from £9 per adult and £4.50 per child.
  • Daytona International Speedway Tour – Venture behind-the-scenes and discover what makes Daytona the 'World Center of Racing' and the leader in motorsports entertainment from £32pp.
  • Daytona Lagoon – This fun packed waterpark and entertainment complex with give you hours of family fun in the Floridian sunshine! From £19pp

Key Attractions

  • Daytona International Speedway
  • The Museum of Arts & Sciences
  • Peabody Auditorium
  • Historic Daytona Beach Bandshell
  • Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse
  • Jackie Robinson Ballpark