Many think that Daytona Beach’s traditional tourist adventures are focused speed. Sure there’s the World Center of Racing where you can learn about the history of the sport and the legends that made it what it is today.
A visit to Daytona Beach isn’t complete without spending time on the “World’s Most Famous Beach.” With 23 miles of beachfront, finding your perfect oasis couldn’t be any easier. Convenient to the beach are shoreline activity areas for the kids, beachfront splash parks, and volleyball courses.
While world-class racing events, beautiful beaches, and famous fairways designed by golf legends dramatically influence our quality of life, Daytona Beach is dedicated to providing flawlessly maintained public parks, hiking and biking trails along with a diverse array of programs, festivals, and concerts.
Consider yourself a foodie, looking to eat like a local? From Ponce Inlet to Ormond Beach and everywhere in between, fresh and flavorful top the menu of the many family run restaurants and unique to Daytona eateries. Because man does not live by bread alone, don’t forget to explore the Daytona Beach Ale Trail of craft breweries or tap houses.