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Vacation Rental Price Information in New Smyrna Beach
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in New Smyrna Beach. in New Smyrna Beach, prices can go up to $235 (2/16 - 2/23). Prices decrease in September to an average of $155 per night (9/22 - 9/29).
Rental Availability Information in New Smyrna Beach
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in New Smyrna Beach. It is in June that you will find the week with the least available rentals (6/30 - 7/7). More accommodations are available in a week of September (9/29 - 10/6) as the booking rate is only 16%.
The weather in New Smyrna Beach
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 53° in February. June is the wettest month.
Go coastal with your New Smyrna Beach condo rental
With its laid back coastal lifestyle and small town charm, New Smyrna Beach, Florida is a popular travel destination, thanks in part to the miles of white sand that form its eastern boundary. Consistently voted the “best beach” by Central Floridians, it’s no wonder that New Smyrna Beach vacation homes are favorites among vacationers.
Getting to New Smyrna Beach
Visitors booking a vacation rental in New Smyrna Beach can arrive via the interstate highway system, by air or boat.
New Smyrna Beach is easily accessible by air. Vacationers have a choice of flights via daily service at Daytona Beach International Airport (about a 25-minute drive), Sanford-Orlando International Airport (about a 40-minute drive) and Orlando International Airport (about a one-hour drive). Rental cars are available at all airports.
Some guests prefer to arrive via boat from the Intracoastal Waterway system. The Marina provides a place to dock, and guests can take a taxi to their private vacation rental on New Smyrna Beach.
Delectable dining in New Smyrna Beach
No vacation would be complete without sampling the food at local restaurants. You can treat your taste buds to a variety of dishes at New Smyrna Beach's eateries.
Local favorites for seafood include Ocean's Seafood and JB's Fish Camp. The Garlic and Amore feature Italian fare. For those travelers craving Mexican food, try Clancy's Cantina. Vacationers desiring steaks can get their fix at the New Smyrna Beach Steakhouse.
There are many other innovative restaurants, bistros, and taverns both on the mainland and the beachside. However, if you prefer to stay in your New Smyrna Beach vacation rental and take on the role of head chef, then you can pick your fresh ingredients at several chain grocery stores, the Saturday Farmer's Markets, or at Perrine's Produce.
Soaking up the sub-tropical climate in New Smyrna Beach
A vacation home in New Smyrna Beach appeals to holidaymakers looking for warmer climes and sunny days. Summer temperatures can reach the high 80s or 90s, but the salt-tinged sea breezes help to keep guests comfortable during their stay in their New Smyrna Beach vacation rental. Winter months are perfect for those who love golf or tennis, with the thermometer hovering around 70 degrees during the day and lows falling to the 40s at night.
Diving into New Smyrna Beach’s past
The New Smyrna Beach area was inhabited by Native American Timucuans more than 10,000 years before the arrival of the first Europeans. About nine miles south of the city, in the Canaveral National Seashore Park, visitors can trek to the top of Turtle Mound. From that vantage point, there is a 360º view of the surrounding Mosquito Lagoon and coastline.
Other sites that provide a glimpse into the past are located on the mainland and include the New Smyrna Sugar Mill Ruins, west of Mission Road, and the Turnbull Ruins overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway. Constructed of native coquina shells, portions of the structures still stand as a testament to the durability of these ancient structures.
Sun, sand, and surf are a great mix for keeping the kids happy
Kids on vacation need to stay active and entertained. The beach offers opportunities for surfing, fishing, skim boarding, sand castle building, paddle boarding, and kayaking. Lessons are available in the area. Eco tours run from the Marine Science Center on the North Causeway.
There are public tennis courts at Detwiler Park on the beachside and Pettis Park and Rocco Park on the mainland. A skateboard park for in-line skaters and skateboarders is open to the public. Golfing enthusiasts can play at the local New Smyrna Beach Municipal Course, Sugar Mill Golf Club and Hidden Lakes. There are outdoor basketball courts at 27th Avenue Park, Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park, and the New Smyrna Beach City Gym. For evening entertainment, try the local bowling alley, movie theater or auto racing at the New Smyrna Beach Speedway.
Scope out New Smyrna Beach’s leisure events
New Smyrna Beach schedules activities designed for the public’s pleasure. On the first Saturday of each month, Canal Street hosts eclectic art displays and a craft beer sampling. The second Friday of the month features Music Night at the Hub on Canal. The Canal Street Cruise features antique and classic automobiles on the second Saturday of the month. Beachside activities include the Wine Walk & Art Walk on Flagler Avenue.
Book a vacation rental for you weekend getaway, a month escape for the family, or a friend's trip in New Smyrna Beach, and experience all this coastal paradise has to offer.
Surf's up at New Smyrna Beach
Turtle Mound National Historic Site
The historic mound was created by the ancient Timucuan people, who let oyster shells and debris pile up over the years. Early sailors were aided due to its visibility seven miles out at sea.
New Smyrna Museum of History
The museum depicts the town's history through interactive videos and art. The exhibit on Turnbull Settlement, the largest British colonisation attempt in the New World, is particularly striking.
Marine Discovery Center
Head out on the Marine Discovery Center Ecotour which covers the Indian River Lagoon. Learn about edible seaweed, and sea creatures such as hermit crabs, oysters and barnacles.
Smyrna Dunes Park
Surrounded by water on three sides, this dog-friendly park houses five ecosystems: ocean, river, dunes, scrub zone and saltwater marsh. Amenities include observation towers, nature trails, walkovers and swimming.
Smyrna Town Beach
Home to a progressive-minded surfing scene, this beach is perfect for swimming, scuba-diving, kitesurfing and fishing. Enjoy family time here.
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