A Welcome greeting to visitors as they enter Daytona Beach and drive past Daytona International Speedway.
Daytona Beach, famous as the "World Center of Racing" and home of NASCAR, is part of the East Central Florida greater metropolitan area. Daytona Beach is the best known of the seven area communities. Although the wide 23-mile (37km) stretch of white sandy beach is still the biggest attraction here, with over 8 million visitors flocking to the area every year, the metro area is rapidly changing from event Mecca to family oriented resort destination. Historical sites like the Main Street Pier, the Oceanfront Boardwalk and the Clocktower in Oceanfront Park add to the appeal of this exciting city.
Daytona was founded in 1870 by Matthias Day, from whom it takes its name. It was incorporated as a city in 1876. The separate towns of Daytona, Daytona Beach and Seabreeze merged to form Daytona Beach in 1926. In the 1920s, the city became known as The World's Most Famous Beach.
Daytona's wide beach of smooth, compacted sand attracted automobile and motorcycle enthusiasts beginning in 1902, when pioneers in the industry tested their inventions. On 8 March 1936, the first stock car race was held on the Daytona Beach Course. In 1959, William France created Daytona International Speedway to replace the beach course.
Automobiles are still permitted on the beach — at much slower speeds! Daytona is one of the few places in the world where a family car can be driven on an ocean beach.
The city of Daytona Beach sits on the breezy shore of the Atlantic Ocean and is split in two by the Halifax River. It is bordered on the north by Holly Hill and Ormond Beach and on the south by Daytona Beach Shores, South Daytona, and Port Orange.
Check the weather forecast for Daytona Beach from NOAA.
Daytona Beach has a humid subtropical climate typical of the lower latitudes. Summers are hot and humid with highs usually in the 90s (32+°C)and a heat index often exceeding 100°F (38°C). Thunderstorms are frequent in summer afternoons as the heat builds, and quick summer downpours are common. Warm and sunny weather prevails in Daytona Beach in September, October, and November with highs in the upper 70's F and low 80's F and warm ocean surf temperatures. Winters are generally dry, sunny, and mild, with high temperatures in the upper 60's F and lows in the middle 40's F. Occasional cold fronts make it all the way south down the East Coast to give Daytona Beach a few cool days with highs only in the low 50's F and lows in the middle 30's F, although freezes are rare. Temperatures in spring are famously pleasant with warm afternoons, cool evenings, and less humidity. The beach season in Daytona Beach normally runs from early March to late November.
Monthly Normal and Record High and Low Temperatures
You can fly into Daytona Beach International Airport (IATA: DAB) , which is located adjacent to the Daytona Speedway and is served by Delta Air Lines, US Airways, and Vintage Props and Jets. Other airports nearby are Orlando International (MCO) or Jacksonville International (JAX), both of which are approximately an hour away.
VOTRAN's #18 & #19 buses connect the airport to Downtown Dayton Beach. 
Orlando-Sanford International Airport (IATA: SFB)  is about 30 miles (48 km) west of the city in Sanford. Several flights from the United Kingdom, including those from Belfast, land here. If you are flying Allegiant Air from within the U.S. or Icelandair from Iceland, you will land at Sanford Airport.
Daytona Beach is easily accessible by interstate I-95 which runs north and south and I-4 (east-west) which connects Daytona Beach with Orlando and Tampa. U.S. Highway 1 (north-south) (Ridgewood Avenue) also passes through Daytona Beach. A1A (north-south) is a scenic route along the beach.
Amtrak offers the Amtrak Auto Train service with its southern Terminus in Sanford. The Amtrak Auto Train carries passengers and automobiles between Sanford and Lorton, Virginia, effectively serving as a car-rail link from Florida to the Washington, D.C. Metro Area. You can easily drive your car into Daytona after departing from the Auto Train.
Amtrak offers regular passenger service with the closest stop being near the city of DeLand. Connecting thruway bus service is offered from the DeLand station to the Hilton Oceanwalk resort in Daytona Beach.
Daytona Beach is not a major port, however, it is accessible by private boats via the Intracoastal Waterway, from both the Halifax River and the Atlantic Ocean. Refueling services are available at the Daytona Marina.
Getting around by car is very easy and convenient in Daytona Beach. The major roads are all wide and easy to drive on with all the major areas signposted, but traffic jams around major intersections are common in the afternoons and around the tourist areas on Saturday nights.
The main tourism area is A1A, also known as Atlantic Avenue, a strip of road that runs parallel to the beach for 23 miles (37 km). During major NASCAR races, International Speedway Boulevard gets congested near the racetrack and traffic patterns on other surrounding roads are altered to accommodate the extra traffic. During major motorcycle events, Main Street and Beach Street as well as most of A1A and U.S. Highway 1 experience heavy traffic or are closed. I-95 around exit 273 is also extremely busy during motorcycle rallies.
All major car rental companies are located in or near the Daytona Beach International Airport.
Ryan Newman & Matt Kenseth compete at the 2008 Daytona 500 Race
If you are coming to Daytona Beach for a motorcycle rally, you will probably want to rent a motorcycle instead of a car. You should reserve one well in advance of the major biker rallies. Florida requires a motorcycle endorsement on your license, you must have it to rent a motorcycle.
VOTRAN, ☎ +1 386-761-7700, . VOTRAN is the name of the Volusia County bus service, which connects to Daytona Beach International Airport. It is a cheap way to get around and is handicap accessible. The website provides maps and timetables. Buses travel to most sites and places of interest. A one-day VOTRAN bus pass costs $3. Service is operated 7 days a week, but only on certain routesedit
Museum of Arts and Sciences, 352 S Nova Rd, ☎ +1 386 255-0285, . The museum hosts traveling exhibitions and has galleries in its permanent collection featuring Chinese, African and Cuban art, and the most complete fossil record discovered in Florida, highlighted by a 13-foot skeleton of a Giant Ground Sloth. A planetarium is also on-site featuring laser concerts and educational shows. The museum also hosts a very active line-up of programs and events for every interest and age group.edit
Halifax Historical Museum, 252 S Beach St, ☎ +1 386 255-6976, . Located downtown in the former Merchants Bank building, the museum highlights the history of the Daytona Beach area with exhibits on local lifestyle and influential people. Some exhibits include a portrait of Mary McLeod Bethune, founder of Bethune-Cookman University, and a look at the resort hotels that once graced the beachfront.edit
Southeast Museum of Photography, 1200 W International Speedway Blvd, ☎ +1 386 506-4475, . Located at Daytona State College in the new state of the art Mori Hosseini Hospitality Center, the Southeast Museum of Photography features collections from various local and world-renowned artists.edit
Sun Splash County Park, 611 S Atlantic Ave, . Sunrise-Sunset. Sun Splash Park features an interactive water fountain, decorative walkways, a shaded playground, volleyball courts, picnic areas, restrooms, outdoor showers, two beach access ramps and a Coca-Cola-sponsored "cool zone." The four-acre facility also provides 95 off-beach parking spaces.Free. edit
Robert Strickland Shooting Range (County), 1180 Indian Lake Rd, ☎ +1 386 226-0477. Tu-Su 9AM-5PM. The Robert Strickland Shooting Range is built to National Rifle Association standards. It includes a state-of-the-art baffling and berm system to ensure shooter safety and avoid stray bullets.$5/day, $50/semi-annual, $80/annual. edit
Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats - The Wildcats play baseball at Jackie Robinson Ballpark.
Daytona State College Falcons - The Falcons compete in five Division I NJCAA sports including Men's and Women's Basketball, Baseball, Fast Pitch Softball and Women's Golf.
Daytona Cubs, E Orange Ave, ☎ +1 386 257-3172, . The Chicago Cubs' affiliate in the Florida State League plays at Jackie Robinson Ballpark.edit
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Eagles - The Eagles baseball team plays on campus at Silwa Stadium. The Eagles basketball and volleyball play on campus at the ICI Center. There is also the Eagles Soccer team and Eagles Tennis team.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. Statue, 1801 W International Speedway Blvd. (In front of Daytona International Speedway), . Sunrise to Sunset. Daytona Beach's version of the "Rocky" statue, representing the late NASCAR driver who won the 1998 Daytona 500 Race. Earnhardt died while racing here in 2001.Free. edit
Daytona 200 Motorcycle Race Memorial, 65 Boardwalk (approximate) (Daisy Stocking Park). Sunrise to Sunset. Memorial to the Daytona 200 Motorcycle Race, which started on the beach in 1937. A large black marker in the center is surrounded by a plaza with smaller markers and paver bricks.Free. edit
Daytona Beach Clocktower, 60 Boardwalk (approximate) (Daisy Stocking Park). Sunrise to Sunset. A memorial to Sir Malcolm Campbell and the Racing Time Trials that were held on the beach, near this location. A plaque dedicated to Campbell is at the base of the Clocktower.Free. edit
Veterans Memorial at Riverfront Park, 155 North Beach Street (Riverfront Park). Sunrise to Sunset. Daytona Beach's Memorial to veterans of all wars. Small plaza in Riverfront Park with various markers and plaques.Free. edit
Wright Flyer Sculpture, 600 S Clyde Morris Blvd. (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Jack Hunt Library), . Sunrise to Sunset. A life-size sculpture of the Wright Brothers plane that was made by artist Larry Godwin. It sits parked in front of the Jack Hunt Memorial Library at the Embry-Riddle University Campus.Free. edit
Daytona International Speedway
2009 Event Schedule:
Pre-season Thunder - 16-17 Jan 2009
Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona - 22-24 Jan 2009
Speedweek - 9-17 Feb 2009
51st Annual Daytona 500 - 17 Feb 2009
Kickstand City/Bike Week - 27 Feb-8 Mar 2009
Spring Car Swap - 30 Mar-2 Apr 2009
Coke Zero 400 - 4 Jul 2009
Fall Cycle Scene/Biketoberfest - 15-18 Oct 2009
Turkey Run Car Show & Swap Meet - 25-28 Nov 2009
Daytona Beach is dominated by motorsports and Daytona International Speedway. The main artery that passes by the racetrack was even renamed from "Volusia Avenue" to "International Speedway Boulevard."
Daytona International Speedway, 1801 W International Speedway Blvd, (toll free: +1 800-PIT-SHOP), . This NASCAR superspeedway has a seating capacity for 168,000 spectators. It hosts motor vehicle races of various kinds, including stock cars, sports cars, modified pickup trucks, motorcycles (on and off road), and go-karts. The facility also includes a road course and an infield, including Lake Lloyd, which has hosted powerboat racing. The track is also used for an annual spring car show and swap meet, and a Thanksgiving street rod meet, some of the largest of their kind; as well as various races around the track, as there have been three different layouts.edit
Daytona Speedweeks - The group of races held at Daytona International Speedway the first two weeks of February are known as Daytona Speedweeks.
Rolex 24 Hour Race (24 Hours of Daytona) - An annual endurance race for sports cars, sanctioned by the Grand American Sports Car organization. The race is held on the road course track configuration. The race is usually held late in January or the first weekend of February as the first race of Daytona Speedweeks. The race date is adjusted year-to-year to not conflict with the date of the NFL Superbowl.
Daytona ARCA 200 - 200-mile stock car race, sponsored by the Automobile Racing Club of America. Usually held on the second weekend of Daytona Speedweeks, and a week before the Daytona 500 race.
Budweiser Shootout - A NASCAR preseason 75-lap race held the weekend before the Daytona 500. The race offers no points to the drivers but a large purse is offered for the winner. Usually a narrow selection of drivers is invited to compete in the Bud Shootout.
Gatorade Duel 125s - Twin qualifying races, usually held on Thursday before the Daytona 500 Race. Half the qualifying cars compete in each 125 race to determine field position in the big race.
Chevy Silverado 250 - The first race of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (formerly the Craftsman Truck Series) is held Friday night prior to the Daytona 500.
Camping World 300 - The first race of the NASCAR Nationwide Series (formerly the Busch Series) is held Saturday afternoon or night, before the day of the Daytona 500.
Daytona 500 Race - Heralded as The Great American Race, this is usually the final race of Daytona Speedweeks and is the first points race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series; usually held on the Sunday prior to President's Day every year. President's Day is the rain date.
VOTRAN, the Volusia County bus service, arranges shuttle buses for fan transportation to the track for the Daytona 500 race in February and the Coke Zero 400 race in July. The cost is usually $10 per trip. Do not be misled into taking a commercial bus or shuttle to the track that usually costs considerably more.
Daytona 200 - A series of motorcycle races (AMA Superbike and AMA Formula Xtreme), sanctioned by the the American Motorcyclist Association. Race dates usually coincide with Daytona Beach Bike Week.
Brumos Porsche 250 (formerly the Paul Revere 250) - A 250-mile sports car race, sanctioned by the Grand American Sports Car series. The date of running this race has varied in the past, but it is usually held late at night the Thursday before the NASCAR Coke Zero 400 race.
Winn-Dixie 250 - A NASCAR Nationwide Series (formerly the Busch Series) race, usually held the Friday night before the Coke Zero 400 race.
Coke Zero 400 (formerly the Pepsi 400 and the Firecracker 400) - NASCAR Sprint Cup race held the first Saturday night of July.
Fall Cycle Scene - A series of Motorcycle races, sponsored by the Championship Cup Series, the American Sportbike Racing Association, and the Suntrust MOTO-ST series. Dates coincide with the Daytona Beach Biketoberfest event.
Turkey Run - A classic car show usually held over a period of four days during Thanksgiving weekend.
Daytona 500 Experience, 1801 W International Speedway Blvd, ☎ +1 386947-6530, . Formerly was an interactive motorsports attraction located at Daytona International Speedway. Offers speedway tours, a historical museum, racing simulators, pit stop demonstrations and more. The attraction was closed to the public in 2010.edit
Daytona Beach Kennel Club, 960 S Williamson Blvd, ☎ +1 386 252-6484, . Offers live Greyhound racing along with simulcast Greyhound, Thoroughbred, Harness, and Jai-Alai wagering from premier tracks around the country. Poker Room features 7-Card Stud, Hold Em, 5-Card Stud. Also features Cabaret Deli and Pavilion Clubhouse Restaurant.edit
Daytona Lagoon, 601 Earl St, ☎ +1 386 254-5020, . Daytona Lagoon Water Park and Family Entertainment Center offers hours of splash-filled fun and games for the entire company, youth group or party, offering miniature golf, go-karts, lazer tag, and more.edit
Bike Week - Annual Motorcycle Rally, usually held around the first ten days of March, sponsored by the Daytona Beach-Halifax Area Chamber of Commerce. Traffic during this event tends to be horrible, particularly in the areas of Main Street and Beach Street. The Daytona 200 Motorcycle race is held at Daytona International Speedway during Bike Week as well.
Biketoberfest - Annual Motorcycle Rally, usually held the week immediately following Columbus Day in October, sponsored by The Daytona Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. Usually on a smaller scale than the March Bike Week, however the event appears to draw more participants every year.
WinterJam - Annual 4-day Vdubs, Sports & Musis Fest. Usually held the 3rd week in February, the week immediately following Race Week & the weekend before Daytona Bike Week. The festival has 14 events at 7 unique venues including 3 VW shows, 3 action sport events, 3 parties, nav rallies, vendors & more!
The Halifax Harbor Marina  is on Beach Street, and is the departure point for several boat cruises along the Halifax River.
A Tiny Cruise Line, 401 S Beach St, ☎ +1 386 226-2343. Take a tour down the Halifax River discovering the history of the river and the sites on each shore. A lovely way to see some places not visible from the road.edit
Volusia County Fishing and Hunting License Division, 250 N Beach St, ☎ +1 386 254-4610. Fishing licenses can be purchased at Volusia County tag and tax office or at area fish camps, Walmart, K-Mart, hardware and sporting goods stores. Florida residents do not need a fishing license to fish from the beach as long they are in no more than three feet of water. Anglers may purchase licenses on the phone by calling 1-888-FISH-FLORIDA.edit
Equestrian Adventures of Florida, Various locations, ☎ +1 386 527-5333 (firstname.lastname@example.org). Offers horseback rides either on the beach or on backwoods trails. Phone or email for information.edit
Shenandoah Stables, 1759 Tomoka Farms Road, ☎ +1 386 257-1444. Offers horseback rides through pastures and wooded trails. Phone for information.edit
City Island Tennis Complex, 115 E Orange Ave (City Island Park), ☎ +1 386 257-0755, . Features six hard tennis courts with lighting. Call to reserve. Freeedit
USTA Florida Tennis Center, 1 Deuce Ct (LPGA Boulevard), ☎ +1 386 671-8900, . Premier Tennis Center for the USTA in Florida. The USTA and Greater Volusia Tennis League hold matches at this center. Open to the public when not used for matches. Features 24 clay courts. Call for times and fees.edit
Ocean Center, 101 N Atlantic Ave, ☎ +1 386 254-4500, . The largest (225,000 sq ft) event and convention arena in the Greater Daytona Beach area. Hosts the area's major conventions, trade shows, concerts, and indoor sports events. Located across the street from the Daytona Hilton and Ocean Walk resort hotels.edit
Daytona International Speedway, 1801 W International Speedway Blvd, ☎ +1 386 947-6530, . In addition to hosting major sporting events throughout the year, Daytona International Speedway hosts many corporate parties, conventions and meetings.edit
The life-size Wright Flyer sculpture in front of the Hunt Library, at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's campus.
When the weather pushes you off the beach or you simply need to find a cool space for the few hottest hours, Daytona offers shops to satisfy a wide range of tastes. Here are some suggestions:
Ocean Walk Shoppes
Bellair Plaza, 2501 North Atlantic Ave (Beachside), . Bellair Plaza is a 350,000 sq. ft. open air shopping center, anchored by Bealls, Dollar Tree, GNC Nutrition, Publix, Ruby Tuesday, and Walgreens.edit
Daytona Beach Flea Market, 2987 Bellevue Ave (Mainland), . Each weekend (F-Su) the flea market opens its stalls to sell anything and everything including jewelry, produce, clothing, sports equipment and toys. Free parking and admission. This is a must-see: one of the largest and most highly rated flea markets in the country!edit
Daytona Promenade, 1441 S. Nova Road (Mainland), . Daytona Promenade is a 156,745 sq. ft. open air shopping center with a mix of national, regional, and local retailers, including Bright House Networks, Family Dollar Store, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Planet Fitness, Wells Fargo Bank.edit
Downtown Daytona at Riverfront Marketplace, Beach Street (Mainland), . A lovely group of shops, restaurants and museums that line Beach Street and the surrounding streets in downtown Daytona Beach. Some places to visit include Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, Mandala Books, Davidson Brothers Indian River Fruit and Daytona Harley Davidson.edit
Daytona Shopping Center (Daytona Mall), 108 North Nova Road (Mainland). Daytona Shopping Center (formerly Daytona Mall) is a 224,000 sq. ft. shopping center, anchored by Aarons, Appliance Direct, Family Dollar, Jackson Hewitt, Save-a-Lot, and several local stores.edit
Holly Hill Shopping Center, 1523-1595 North Nova Road (Mainland). Holly Hill Shopping Center is a 116,096 sq. ft. shopping center, anchored by Family Dollar Store, Jackson Hewitt Tax Services, Papa Johns Pizza, Rent A Center, Winn Dixie Supermarket, and several local merchants.edit
Holly Hill Plaza, 852 North Nova Road (Mainland). Holly Hill Plaza is a 252,345 sq. ft. shopping center, anchored by Big Lots, CVS pharmacy, Dollar General, and several local merchants.edit
Masonova Commerce Park, 1023-1067 Mason Ave (Mainland). Masonova Commerce Park is a 158,667 sq. ft. shopping center, anchored by Haines & Smith Furniture and several local merchants.edit
Ocean Walk Shoppes, 250 N. Atlantic Ave (Beachside), . Open-air shopping center, with 109,110 sq. ft. of retail space on three floors. Located in the heart of the beach area, offering a mix of national, regional, and local merchants.edit
The Shoppes at Beville, 1500 Beville Road (Mainland). The Shoppes at Beville, is a 100,000 sq. ft. shopping center with a strong mix of national, regional, and local merchants, anchored by Bank of America, Publix, Walgreens, Powerhouse Gym, and Tarafuku Restaurant.edit
Volusia Mall, 1700 W. International Speedway Blvd (Mainland), . You simply can't miss this major regional mall with over 1 sq. mi. of retail space, anchored by Sears, JC Penny, Macy's, Dillards and over 160 other stores and a dozen of Food Court restaurants.edit
Volusia Point, 1808 W. International Speedway Blvd (Mainland), . Volusia Point is a 75,386 sq. ft. shopping center with a mix of national, regional, and local retailers, including Cartridge World, Cycle Gear, H&R Block, Jersey Mike's Subs, Marshalls, Oreck Vacuums, Plato's Closet, Play It Again Sports, Ruby Tuesday, Smoothie King.edit
Volusia Square, 2455 W. International Speedway Blvd (Mainland), . Volusia Square is a 228,139-square-foot shopping center consisting of a mix of national, regional and local tenants, including Hobby Lobby, HH Gregg, TJ Maxx, Dollar Tree, Bealls Outlet and Pier 1 Imports.edit
Lodging around Daytona Beach generally is divided into three areas, Speedway, Beachside, and US-1. Hotels located on "International Speedway Boulevard" are close to the racetrack. Hotels located on "Atlantic Avenue" will be close to the beach. Hotels located on "Ridgewood Avenue" are on Route U.S.-1.
High Season in Daytona Beach runs generally from February through August. Low Season is from September through January. The best rates are usually found in December and January.
Bermuda House (formerly Howard Johnson), 2560 N. Atlantic Ave., ☎ +1 386-672-1440. checkin: 3:00 p.m.; checkout: 11:00 a.m.. Economy hotel on the beach, offering 143 rooms for lodging accommodations.Low Price. edit
Hampton Inn Daytona Beach/Beachfront, 1024 North Atlantic Ave, ☎ +1 386 944-2457, . Oceanfront, free hot breakfast, Wi-Fi.edit
Harbour Beach Resort, 701 S Atlantic Ave, is an ocean front hotel offering kitchen and a private balcony. Most of the 159 units are rented out by their individual owners, while timeshare operator Westgate rents out the remaining 24.
LaPlaya Resort and Suites, 2500 North Atlantic Ave., ☎ +1 386 672-0990, . checkin: 16:00; checkout: 11:00. Beachfront hotel offers 235 rooms, pool, restaurant, penthouse lounge, and poolside tiki bar on site.Mid-range. edit
Florida has a high occurrence of hurricanes. You might want to check the Hurricane safety page if you are visiting Florida. Beware of lightning in the central part of the state. New Smyrna Beach, located 20 minutes south of Daytona Beach is known for a high number of shark bites, so be careful when surfing and swimming. Always swim next to a lifeguard tower. Also, there is a high occurrence of tornadoes in Florida, so check the Tornado safety page.
Daytona Beach has varying crime intensity by neighborhood. In certain parts of the city it may not be safe to walk alone or even in small groups at night. Tourist areas rarely have violent crimes, but theft is an occasional occurrence. The 911 number for fire and police emergencies is in effect in Daytona Beach.
Seven digit dialing is in effect for local calls in the Daytona Beach area. The local area code is 386. For calls within the U.S. or Canada, dial "1+area code+number". There are some public pay phones scattered around the city, but they are becoming increasingly rare with the predominance of cell phones. It is not safe to assume you will be able to find a pay phone at any given time.
All ZIP codes in the city of Daytona Beach begin with 321.
Daytona Beach News-Journal - Online edition of daily newspaper covering the Greater Daytona Beach Area. Publishes a GoDo section on Fridays, outlining cultural and social activities for the coming weekend.
Avion Online Newspaper - Student college publication of Embry-Riddle University in Daytona Beach.
Daytona Beach Pennysaver - Weekly publication with coupons and classified ads.
Daytona Beach Shores - A quieter, small city located just South of Daytona Beach along the beach peninsula.
New Smyrna Beach - New Smyrna Beach lays claim to the best Florida offers - excellent backwater and offshore fishing, golf, historical sites, cultural events and eclectic shopping and dining experiences along historical Flagler Avenue and Canal Street.
Ormond Beach - Located at the North end of the Greater Daytona Beach area. Ormond Beach was once home to the Rockefellers and the Flaglers. Ormond Beach features attractions like the Casements and Tomoka State Park. Visitors seeking a quieter part of the beach can find it here. Beach driving is not allowed at the northern end of Ormond Beach.
Ponce Inlet - A scenic fishing village located the southern tip of the beach peninsula. Here you will find the historic Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, Marine Science Center, local charter fishing boats, along with several of the area's best seafood restaurants.
Port Orange - A quiet, but rapidly growing city just South of Daytona Beach on the mainland, where you can enjoy Golf and Tennis.