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Daytona Beach is legendary. Its 23 miles of pristine, white-sand beaches have earned it the nickname “The World’s Most Famous Beach,” and that’s just the first reason why so many make the pilgrimage. There’s no shortage of things to do — or not do, if you’re here to relax and unwind. 

For over 30 years, Hull’s Seafood Market & Restaurant has specialized in bringing Daytona Beach-area residents and visitors the best seafood “from our boat to your table.” Hull’s has the local stamp of approval, and you won’t find fresher seafood around. This Ormond Beach establishment is an area mainstay, and it’s a must-visit destination on your next trip to Daytona Beach. 

Where to eat out in Daytona Beach this Christmas

Posted on Tuesday, December 19, 2017 3:00 PM by Daytona Beach Area CVB

This Christmas, you may find yourself opting to eat out for your holiday meal. Whether you are in town for one of the many Christmas spectaculars, enjoying a winter getaway at the beach or simply a local family looking for a new tradition, there are a number of delicious restaurants ready to accommodate you in Daytona Beach.

Itinerary: Daytona Beach is the Festival Capital of Florida

Posted on Thursday, February 23, 2017 4:00 PM by Tonya West

Itinerary: Daytona Beach is the Festival Capital of Florida
Year-round events bring to life the diversity of Daytona Beach

The Daytona Beach area is known as the Festival Capital of Florida, as it hosts more than 60 diverse events and festivals year-round. Whether your passion includes music, food, motorcycles, automobile, arts or culture, there

Itinerary: Where Art & Racing Merge in Daytona Beach

Posted on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 11:00 AM by Tonya West

Itinerary: Where Art & Racing Merge in Daytona Beach
Discover the creative preservation of Daytona Beach’s rich racing heritage

From Ormond Beach to Ponce Inlet, fans of the Birthplace of Speed can relish in history brought to life that helped define Daytona Beach as a racing destination. Delight in unique-to-the-area photographs, exhibits and