Daytona Beach, FL, Guide and Information


Welcome to Daytona Beach

While best known for its special events and history of motorsports racing, Daytona Beach offers a wide variety of attractions. From the thrill of the Daytona 500 or Daytona Bike Week and the Daytona 200, to golf at one of five courses or canoe and kayak rentals on the Halifax River, Daytona Beach welcomes visitors with things to do and a tremendous range of dining and lodging options.

The Best Things to Do in Daytona if its Your First Visit

Halifax River, part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, characterizes this exciting destination as much as Daytona’s beach. Ormond Beach, Holly Hill, Daytona Beach, South Daytona, Daytona Beach Shores, Port Orange and Ponce Inlet are all touched by this great navigation channel of Florida. It also means that there’s much fun to be enjoyed within the area without being tossed about by ocean waves.

Boating is a big part of life here and indeed the shores of the Halifax River are punctuated with many yacht clubs and marinas. Halifax Harbor Marina, located in the heart of Daytona Beach, is one such place. Considered one of the finest marinas in America, you can dock your boat here for a short or long stay. Just a quick ride to the open ocean, you can bet they offer lots of amenities.

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Revving it up at Daytona Beach

Daytona’s super wide, twenty-three-mile stretch of hard-packed sand beach is largely responsible for making it what it is today:a terrific play land for beach and car enthusiasts that facilitates fun all year long. With the glorious Florida sun and the magnificent Atlantic Ocean as its cohorts, Daytona Beach marries its natural beauty with manmade events and attractions to achieve a winning combo for young and old. This has been the case for well over a century.

It was in 1902 that pioneers in the automobile and motorcycle industries began testing their vehicles along Daytona Beach. Breaking land speed records was most often the goal and not surprisingly each year and each new development typically upped the ante. Several lives were lost along the way yet the racing continued. It finally ceased in 1935, when renowned Daytona Beach aficionado Malcolm Campbell hit a whopping 276.816 mph–yowza!

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Shopping in Daytona Beach, FL

Daytona Beach, FL, overflows with fun and exciting things to do, whether on a couple's getaway, a weekend with friends, or a family vacation. After hitting the beach, taking in a race like the Daytona 500, or hitting one of what seems like endless attractions, it's time to treat yourself to a day of first-rate shopping.

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Your Guide to Lodging in Daytona Beach, FL

Hey friend, buckle up for a journey through Daytona Beach's best stays!

First up, we've got Tropical Manor – a vintage beachfront oasis. Fancy a touch of elegance? The Shores Resort & Spa is your spot, offering luxury, spa indulgence, and breathtaking views. Families, check out Daytona Beach Regency for blissful lodging with kitchenettes and play areas. Streamline Hotel brings retro charm and NASCAR history together, while Super 8 keeps it budget-friendly near the speedway. And for coastal serenity, Hampton Inn Daytona Beach/Beachfront is the perfect beachfront retreat with modern comforts.

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