Known as the hometown of NASCAR, this fabulous Florida vacation spot is perfect for any type of getaway, from a family beach trip, to a romantic trip for two, girl getaway or man-cation.    If you are looking for fun, sport or just great relaxation time, you can find it here.     Founded in 1870, today’s Daytona Beach was actually three different towns until 1926.  Next to NASCAR, Daytona is also famous for Bike Week in March and Bikeoberfest in October.

Looking for that old style boardwalk experience?  You’ll find it right here, at the Dayona Beach Boardwalk and at Ocean Boardwalk and both places have some great shopping and restaurants.   There is a huge Farmer’s Market/Flea Market just outside of Daytona that makes a great place to shop rain or shine.   Ponce Inlet is just down the road, offering light house enthusiasts a chance to tour one of the best preserved and still functioning lighthouses on the East Coast as well as visit their great museum.    The Museum of Arts and Sciences is a great way to spend a rainy day.

And don’t worry if you’re not a racing fan, Daytona beach offers some great golfing opportunities, Single A baseball games and tennis.   So what are you waiting for, let Ingenious Travel book you a getaway you’ll always remember in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Did you know, as far back as 1900, the firmly packed smooth sands were used for high speed automobile testing?   Have you been to Daytona Beach? If not, what are you waiting for? If yes, isn’t it time to go back?

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  1. My family spent every summer in Daytona Beach from the time I was about 1 until I was 18 – then I started going other places on my own. I haven’t been back in a really long time. I loved that you could drive on the beach, and we used to rent mopeds and drive up and down. The old boardwalk – which for some reason I remember people calling the “Broadwalk” – was lot of fun, and seeing the links to the Midway Fun Center really took me back a lot of years!

    Thanks for the fun memories!

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