Daytona is fun for all ages. From turbo-charged racecars to relaxing beaches, visitors will find their niche on one of Florida's most famous beachs. Count on taking in some of these attractions when you come to town to get the most out of your visit.
This beautiful point is where the Atlantic Ocean and Halifax River converge. Visit the quieter side of Daytona Beach, and take in the scenery on a secluded beach or nature trail. Hop aboard a 90-minute ecotour, take a water taxi, play on the dog beach or grab a bite at a seafood shack.
Soaring above the "World’s Most Famous Beach," the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and museum is 175 feet high. Open to the public year-round, the historic light station is one of only 11 lighthouses in the country to have been awarded the prestigious designation as a National Historic Landmark.
This six-level, oceanfront complex is anchored by a 10-screen, all-stadium movie theater and is easily noticeable by its bright, geometric shape. It includes such stores and restaurants as Maui Nix Surf Shop, Sunglass Hut, Global Candle Gallery, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Johnny Rockets and the Mai Tai Bar.