Things to do in Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, famous for its NASCAR auto races and as a spring breaker hotspot: exciting things always seem to be happening here. This magnificent place offers amazing seafood, gorgeous world-famous beaches, sunny days and over 75 shops and restaurants.

 Here are some of the best things to do in Daytona Beach:

Daytona Beach, FL
  1. Watch the sunrise by the beach: Daytona offers beautiful sunrises, the best way to start your day is walking by the beach while you enjoy the colorful view.
Photo by Jacub Gomez

2. Walk along the Daytona Beach Boardwalk:

the Boardwalk amusement area is the center of Daytona Beach life, and is constantly being upgraded with new shops, new culinary treats, and new experiences. Located close to the Main Street.

3. Visit the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse & Museum:

At the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse & Museum named for the man who first sailed into this inlet with a fleet of Spanish ships, you will have the opportunity to explore Florida’s oldest lighthouse, built in 1887 as one of a chain of 10 lighthouses erected in the late-1800s.

4. Explore the Marine Science Center:

 Since opening its doors in 2002, this fascinating place has nursed more than 200 species and many thousands of animals back to health and released many back into the wild, among them sea turtles, hatchlings, and other animals such as snakes, gopher tortoises, and freshwater turtles.

Photo by Alex Azabache

5. Eat delicious seafood:

Daytona Beach serves some of the Sunshine State’s best seafood: think oysters, shrimp, crab legs and ahi tuna burgers.

Don’t forget to save some time to enjoy the beach!

8 Replies to “Things to do in Daytona Beach”

  1. Hi Marcela, this is Daytona beach is new to me. I haven’t heard of it before. I am personally a big fan of witnessing Sunset’s along the sea shore. During my time in Goa, on the alternate days I used to go on the beach and watch the Sun get down into the sea. It felt magical.

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