Daytona Beach Neighborhoods


At dawn, the first rays of sun peek over Daytona Beach’s vast Atlantic Ocean horizon. The silvery strand of glistening sand is illuminated as salty waves lap the shore with rhythmic simplicity. Few places in the world can boast such natural magnificence. The daily pleasure of a perfect sunrise is one of many elements that make Daytona Beach the “world’s most famous beach.”

The surprise of Daytona Beach is that, while it’s a perfect venue for vacationers, it is also a great place to live. Learning the secret that retirees from the north have known for decades, young families and singles are finding out what Daytona Beach offers as a hometown – home owning possibilities, business opportunities, relaxed lifestyle, cultural venues and educational institutions – all right here.

Daytona hosts renowned events including NASCAR’s Daytona 500 and Pepsi 400 and the highly publicized Bike Week. The Ladies Professional Golf Association’s (LPGA) world headquarters is here, as is Florida’s United States Tennis Association chapter. These events and organizations bring an atmosphere of excitement to the area, and this, combined with the beauty of the ocean, the beaches and the lifestyle, makes Daytona Beach a “place to be”

Daytona’s advantage is that we have the same homes offered down the coast with the same amenities, for much less. Live in a luxurious beachfront condominium or a gracious estate home on the Halifax River. Golf courses, and the first-class communities that surround them, abound in this area. The public schools are excellent and several colleges and universities are located here. Whatever your pleasure, it can be found in Daytona Beach.

As summer home to the world famous London Symphony Orchestra, Daytona Beach is one of the culturally richest communities on the eastern seaboard. Enjoy music and the arts at the Peabody Auditorium, Seaside Music Theater, the Ocean Center, Daytona Beach Symphony, Daytona Playhouse and the Mary McLeod Bethune Performing Arts Center.

The new riverfront Center for the Performing Arts opens soon. Visit the Halifax Historical Museum and see if Daytona Beach’s founder, Mathias Day, fell in love with this place for the same reasons you will. Take the kids to the Museum of Discovery & Science for a day of exploration or to the boardwalk for old fashioned fun. Shopping and dining options are on par or better than those in any big city.

If you love the outdoors, Daytona Beach is for you. Golf or play tennis year-round on some of the country’s top courses and courts. Deep-sea fishing is world-class, and water sports can be enjoyed on the open ocean or in the Halifax River and its tributaries. The weather is comfortable throughout the year. Life in Daytona Beach is easy and virtually carefree – it’s all about the sun, the surf and the enjoyment of each day. Residents are friendly and anxious to share their love of this community.