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(2023 - Spring/Summer Issue)


Daytona Beach could be considered a Swiss Army knife of destinations, capable of satisfying every type of visitor from adventurous fun seeker to passion-pursuing enthusiast, and from chill to some thrill.

Dubbed “The World’s Most Famous Beach” for good reason, you’ll quickly discover that Daytona Beach enjoys warm temperatures all year long. Whether you visit in April or July, you can take full advantage of the wide, flat beach—perfect for strolling or biking. However, cycling need not be limited to the shore. Daytona Beach features more than 110 kilometres of trails, so hop on your beach cruiser or e-bike for a front-row view of the eastern coastline. To further explore outdoor activities away from the beach, the scenic hiking trails tempt birdwatchers and nature lovers. At nearby Tomoka State Park, visitors can kayak or canoe along the Tomoka River while keeping an eye out for over 170 species of local and migratory birds.

Gear up

Whether you’re heading to the track or an exhibit, motorheads can indulge in a variety of events and outings. Billed the “Great American Race,” the Speedway is home to the Daytona 500, one of the city’s greatest yearly traditions. Also on the grounds of the Speedway, the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America is an 1,858-square-metre museum filled to the brim with historic vehicles and artifacts. From the annual Bike Week in the spring to Biketoberfest in the fall, these events draw motorcycle buffs and road warriors with live music, racing and miles of scenic rides along the infamous A1A beach highway.

Coast is Clear

Anglers will find themselves spoiled for choice in Daytona Beach: They can fish from shore, in the flats, or the depths of the Atlantic. If your idea of landing a big one is more about nabbing a great dinner reservation, you’re in luck. Seafood steals the spotlight here with no limit to its interpretations: steamed crab legs, oysters Rockefeller, seared swordfish. Savour the briny bounty at any number of restaurants.

Capital ‘F’ for Fun

Well known as the Festival Capital of Florida, this strip offers over 60 renowned art, music and one-of-a-kind pop culture festivals. Along with an assortment of food festivals, including the Wine & Chocolate Walk, the Summer Mermaids Craft & Food Fest, and the St. Demetrios Greek Festival. If you prefer live music, there are plenty of options at concerts, festivals, bars and restaurants. Daytona Beach doesn’t even need a reason to celebrate, nor should you.

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