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There’s another side to Daytona Beach with freshwater springs and vast wetlands teeming with tropical plants and unique wildlife; a history rich with stories of the indomitable human spirit; a genteel culture filled with art, music and drama, and a culinary tradition that runs from ultra-simple to very refined.
Stay an extra day in Daytona Beach to experience even just a few of our favorite Top 10 Ways to Experience West Volusia.
Watch video: See a few unique surprises on this video trip down the St. Johns River!
Look a little closer and you'll discover there's even more that meets the eye in neighboring New Smyrna Beach. This area possess a distinct hometown quality reflected in cracker architecture and a lush tropic landscape and community.
Add a day to your Daytona Beach itinerary to soak in the Quaint and Quiet Seaside of New Smyrna Beach.
It's fun to make Daytona Beach your base camp to dive into the whole rich cultural experience of this iconic destination. Embrace your sense of adventure and pair your travels with the best in local cuisine. With 23 miles of sparkling beaches, our waterfront views are vast and relaxing and our eclectic historic downtowns and shopping meccas are lively backdrops to while away your day.
Visitors can choose to stay at a bountiful number of accommodations, including oceanfront resorts, seaside cottages or at any number of charming bed and breakfasts. With over 200 properties and 12,000 rooms, it's easy to choose the ideal hotel, motel, vacation rental, condo or campground to suit your budget and style.
Daytona Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
126 East Orange Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
(386) 255-0415 | (800) 854-1234