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The Weather in Daytona Beach
This is the climate diagram in Daytona Beach. On average, the warmest month is June. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Daytona Beach, with temperatures going under 51° The rainiest month is June while the driest month is January.
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Set in East Central Florida, Daytona Beach is comprised of seven communities — including South Daytona, Ormond Beach, and Daytona Beach Shores. Undoubtedly the 23-mile-long beach with its sizzling beach cafes and boardwalks is the star attraction; however, there's much more going on here!
The "Original American Beach" has plenty up its sleeve, and Daytona Beach condo rentals are the best way to live it up!
Getting to Daytona
Daytona Beach is served by the Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB), a hub for various airlines. Use VOTRAN's 18 and 19 number buses to get downtown. A quicker way to your Daytona Beach vacation condo is by taxi. Most major car rental companies have a presence at the international airport so book your car to explore the region in comfort and style.
The city is also accessible by the Orlando International (MCO) and Jacksonville International (JAX) airports, which are an hour's drive away.
A major attraction is the Daytona International Speedway which hosts racing events frequently. Follow this up with the Daytona 500 Experience for a very real racing simulation experience. Historic Daytona's past is well-manifested through its statues and monuments - there's the Daytona Beach Clocktower, the Wright Flyer Sculpture that features a stunning life-size sculpture of the Wright Brothers plane, the Daytona 200 Motorcycle Race Memorial and the Dale Earnhardt Sr. Statue, both odes to the city's timeless racing spirit. The renovated pier is wonderful by sunset and a great time to tuck into some seafood, ice cream, and pizza. Rooftop bars in the surrounding offer tropical cocktails and breathtaking oceanic views.
Daytona Beach Flea Market delights shopaholics and foodies with its fresh local produce, antique jewelry, toys, sports gear and more. The glamorous promenade dazzles with its high-street shopping options, while downtown Daytona's Riverfront Marketplace boasts many charming shops, cafes, and museums. The tallest lighthouse in Florida is located at the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum.
Art and cultural offerings
Who knew that the beach city had so much of culture and art to offer? Start with the Museum of Arts and Sciences which houses fascinating Chinese, African and Cuban art. The museum's 13-foot skeleton of a Giant Ground Sloth and the planetarium's laser concerts will intrigue the kids.
For a low-down on the history of Daytona Beach, visit the well-maintained Halifax Historical Museum. Photography enthusiasts should check out the Southeast Museum of Photography that features collections from internationally-reputed artists. For your cinema fix, there's Ocean Walk Movies 10 and Cinematique Theater.
The kids will love Daytona beach
The city holds tremendous appeal for families and kids. Try out Sun Splash County Park whose attractions include a Coca-Cola-sponsored 'cool zone,' water fountains, and convenient beach access ramps. Daytona Lagoon Water Park and Family Entertainment Center features laser tag, miniature golf and more to keep the kids occupied.
The Marine Science Center promises an educational look at the wonders of sea life. The kids will be fascinated by the ruins of old sugar mill plantations at DeLeon Springs State Park, Bulow Creek State Park, Sugarmill Botanical Gardens and Sugarmill Ruins — all superb spots for a picnic too. The day will end at your comfy Daytona Beach vacation rental recounting fun stories.
Excursion destinations in the area
Get to the Halifax Harbor Marina and embark on a romantic cruise. For fishing boat charters, the departure points are at Ponce Inlet or New Smyrna Beach. Fancy a horseback ride through shaded trails and pastures? Shenandoah Stables does the trick! Bikers shouldn't miss the 30-mile long Ormond Scenic Loop with its creeks, marshes, rivers and hardwood hammock forest cover.
Get up-close-and-personal with exotic marine life in the Halifax River. Adventure and nature enthusiasts will love the para-sailing, surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, paddle-boarding, zip lining and dolphin watching opportunities that abound. By booking one of many Daytona Beach vacation rentals, your home away from home will come in handy during these action-filled adventures.
Events and festivities
Daytona Beach attracts bikers from around the world for its Bike Week held in March, Biketoberfest in October, and WinterJam held in February. Keep these dates in mind if biking doesn't appeal to you as the traffic can get tiresome. Meanwhile, fall brings with it the promise of the Daytona Blues Festival, the Halifax Art Festival and Turkey Run. The Summer Concert Series are well-attended to by happy revellers at the historic Daytona Bandshell. Book your Daytona Beach vacation homes in advance during summer to make sure you stay in your ideal area.
The city offers a mind-boggling variety of distractions at your disposal. So consider booking your perfect Daytona Beach vacation rental for that next break!
Historic Daytona Beach awaits
Lighthouse Point Park
The historic lighthouse here continues to protect ships to this day, whilst historical buildings are peppered throughout the park. There's also an array of wildlife, a jetty, walking trails and restaurants nearby.
Marine Science Center
Head here for highlights including the humpback whale skull, freshwater turtles and an animal rehabilitation area. There's also a bird observation tower and an outdoor boardwalk.
Beach at Daytona Beach
Witness the might of the Atlantic from this stunning beach, which is ideal for sunbathing and beach games.
Daytona International Speedway
Opened in 1959, this racetrack is the home of the Daytona 500, the most high-regarded race in NASCAR. Take the tour and access the grandstands, press rooms and NASCAR museum.
Ponce de Leon Lighthouse
At 175 ft, this is the 2nd tallest lighthouse on the USA's east coast. Climb the 203 steps up the 175-ft tower, and shop for mementos in the gift shop.
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