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Ormond Beach and Ormond-by-the-Sea

Added: Dec 21, 2018
Category: East Coast Florida Beaches

Just to the north of Daytona Beach, this is a less busy, quieter beach than Daytona. There is less development here and there is a stretch of beach that is so secluded, at Ormond-by-the-Sea, that you can feel almost all alone. This is an amazing trait for a beach so close to Daytona. There are also nice-sized, innumerable sand dunes here too. Take I-4 East to I-95 North, to State Road 40 East until you see the signs to the beach.

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New Smyrna Beach

Added: Dec 21, 2018
Category: East Coast Florida Beaches

Just south of Daytona Beach and just north of Canaveral National Seashore, this a slightly less busy beach if Daytona is too much for you. Driving is permitted on part of the beach, but there are also conservation areas where driving is prohibited. Take I-4 East to State Road 44 East, then follow the signs to the beach.

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Madeira Beach & Redington Shores

Added: Dec 21, 2018
Category: East Coast Florida Beaches

This beach is near a small tourist center which recently completed a multi-million dollar face-lift which has quaint stores, restaurants, buildings and inexpensive tourist trinkets. It is right next to John's Pass, an old style (but up to date) fishing village, where you can rent jet-skis or cross the Pass bridge and go out for the evening on an entertainment boat. You also can go out on a dolphin watch cruise or a deep-sea fishing boat from here. Take I-4 West which will turn into to I-275 South toward St. Petersburg. Before you actually get to downtown St. Petersburg you will see signs directing you to the Gulf Beaches.

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Daytona Beach, Florida

Added: Dec 21, 2018
Category: East Coast Florida Beaches

The Most Famous Beach in the World, this beach is popular with tourists and easily accessible from the attractions area, being about a 1 1/2 hours drive northeast of it. Famous years ago for its automobile races on the beach, today cars are still permitted on the beach. Parking is $5 on the beach and free off of the beach. Local proprietors offer jet skiing, windsurfing, para-sailing and boat rentals. If you want to go deep-sea fishing drive down to Ponce Inlet (also see Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse) and go out on a charter boat. Take the Interstate Highway I-4 East, and then just follow the local signs to the beach area. There are many events in the Daytona area throughout the year.

Ponce Inlet, just south of Daytona...

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