Malls & Shopping Districts
Daytona Beach is rapidly becoming one of the most popular retail destinations in Florida. Between malls and shopping districts, boutiques and specialty stores, the Daytona Beach area has something for everyone.
The popular Volusia Mall is located on International Speedway Boulevard and is home to large department stores like Dillard’s and Macy’s along with over 100 shops (Abercrombie & Fitch and New York & Company), restaurants and a food court. If you’re seeking specialty shopping, then head to the historic Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach, located downtown in the Beach Street area between Bay Street and Orange Avenue. There, you can ‘shop small’ at locally owned shops and authentic eateries, as well as enjoy entertainment and attractions. Browse one of the many antique stores, vintage shops, bridal boutique or jewelers, visit Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, or take in a movie at Cinematique before sitting down at an outdoor café and relaxing with a glass of wine.
If you’ve spent all day at the beach, then head over to the family-friendly Ocean Walk Shoppes dubbed “Daytona’s Premier Entertainment Hub.” Located on North Atlantic Avenue (A1A), next to the historic Bandshell on the Atlantic Ocean, Ocean Walk offers a vibrant retail center with surf and beach inspired tenants like Maui Nix, Sunglass Hut and Caribongo. There is never a shortage of shopping when it comes to visiting Daytona Beach and the surrounding areas.
Just south of Daytona Beach is The Pavilion at Port Orange, an open-air shopping center located in the city of Port Orange. The Pavilion hosts dozens of stores and restaurants including Belk, Kirkland’s, Marshalls and Hollywood Theaters. Further north is the Trails Shopping Center in Ormond Beach. The Trails is located on bustling Nova Road and offers over 150,000 square feet of retail space with anchor shops such as Chico’s, White House Black Market and Ann Taylor Loft. From boutiques to department stores, the Daytona area offers a one-of-a-kind retail experience.
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