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Daytona Beach Holidays​

Beach lovers rave about Daytona Beach and its 23-mile stretch of white-sand beaches along Florida’s Atlantic Coast. The world’s race fans have been flocking here since the land speed record days of the early 1900s. Today, even non-petrol heads enjoy a tour of the World Center of Racing, Daytona International Speedway, with its action, color, and grandeur.

If it’s beach you want, Daytona Beach holidays deliver. The sand is soft and the weather is mild year round. You can cruise very, very slowly on drivable portions of the beach in your car or rent a golf cart. While you won’t break any land speed records, you will enjoy the same wide open, hard-packed sand beaches that made this the “World’s Most Famous Beach.”

If driving isn’t your thing, you can take to the water instead, choosing from boogie boarding, surfing, paddle boarding, boating, parasailing and more. But there’s more to Daytona Beach than sun, sand and speed.

Family fun is on offer, too, with the iconic Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier, Sunglow Pier and Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, Florida’s tallest. From amusement rides and beachfront splash parks that dish out a soaking to putt putt golf and the new adventure slides at Daytona Lagoon Waterpark, there are plenty of ways to cool off and enjoy the outdoors on holiday.

Other ways you can enjoy your time here verge on the countless. Golf fans have over 20 quality courses to choose from within a short drive from the beach; for anglers there’s sea bass, red snapper and king mackerel to chase; while culture buffs have the Halifax Historical Museum, the Smithsonian-Affiliated Museum of Arts and Sciences and plenty of performing arts to keep them happy. Another day always means more new opportunities on Daytona Beach holidays.

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Speed is what Daytona Beach is all about and Speed Weeks, which include the Indy 500 in February and the Coke Zero 400 in July, draw thousands of fans. Tickets are currently available for all races, and Daytona International Speedway is open year-round. Speedway Tours offer an insider’s view of the track, pits, NASCAR garages, Sprint Fan Zone – and even world-famous Gatorade Victory Lane.

Back to Nature

There are plenty of opportunities to get back to nature on Daytona Beach holidays. Tomoka State Park offers hiking, canoeing, snook fishing and gator spotting amongst breathtaking scenery. You can also take a cruise along the Halifax River in a vintage 1840s boat to admire pelicans, herons, egrets and other waterfowl; or go manatee spotting.

Ponce de León Inlet

This sleepily charming place with its distinctive red lighthouse makes for a lovely place to while away a few hours. Walk the trails and boardwalks through the dunes, then climb the 203 steps to the top of the lighthouse for a fabulous 360-degree view. The lighthouse also houses an interesting museum.

Festivals Galore

Besides NASCAR, Daytona is famous for two huge motorbike events. Biktoberfest® in October and Bike Week in March offer a whole round of motorcycle shows, races and other bike-related events keeping leather-clad enthusiasts happy from morning through to the wee small hours. Throughout the year, dozens of festivals from large to small – focused on everything from arts and culture to food, cars, music and more – dot the calendar.

That's Entertainment

The recently developed Ocean Walk Village offers an impressive mix of shops, restaurants and entertainment, in the form of the Daytona Lagoon waterpark, a state-of-the-art movie complex, and the oceanfront Bandshell, a historic Daytona landmark offering free open-air concerts under the warm Florida sky. Nearby is the popular Boardwalk Amusement Area with its arcades, Ferris Wheel and roller coaster -- and the Daytona Beach Pier, home of Joe’s Crab Shack. It's also very near the Band Shell, a historic Daytona landmark offering free open air concerts under the warm Florida sky.


Our Top Hotels in Daytona Beach

The Shores Resort and Spa

The Shores Resort and Spa


Located on the edge of one of the most beautiful strands of Daytona Beach, Florida - The Shores barrier island - this hotel offers a distinctive luxury hotel experience.

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WyndhamVR Ocean Walk Resort

WyndhamVR Ocean Walk Resort


Located on a beautiful stretch of pedestrian-only beach and a part of the 80 000 square-foot Ocean Walk Village complex, this hotel is like two vacations in one beachside retreat.

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Holiday Inn Daytona Beach

Holiday Inn® Daytona Beach


If you're dreaming about white sand and slipping into the cool water of an on-site pool with a cocktail in hand, then wake to the comfort of one of the best Daytona Beach hotels around.

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Fly Drive Holiday: Theme Parks and Astronauts

Orlando – Daytona Beach – Cocoa Beach – Tampa Bay

Our recommended 12-day fly drive holiday showcases some of the best sights of Orlando, the Gold Coast and Tampa Bay. Starting off in Orlando where you can find various theme parks and attractions before heading to Daytona Beach for beachside fun and frolics. Move on to Cocoa Beach, where relaxation and space adventure awaits. End your fly drive adventure in Tampa Bay, a buzzing Gulf Coast City where you can top up on shopping, outdoor adventure and true Floridian nightlife before heading home.
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Time Difference:
GMT – 5 hours.

Daytona Beach International Airport (approx. 12 hours 50 minutes, indirect flight).

Getting around:
Hire a car and explore the surrounding areas. Check out the great selection of dining options, attractions and local excursions available. Care hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
The Daytona Beach area offers rich history dating back to the 1800s, so make sure to visit the Ponce de Leon Lighthouse to climb to the top of Florida’s tallest lighthouse; the Jackie Robinson Ballpark & Museum; and the Casements – the late John Rockefeller’s winter home, complete with exhibits that tell the area’s story.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at ​You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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