Daytona Beach is a sun-soaked family playground ideal for sunbathing, swimming building sand sculptures and collecting seashells. Of course there’s nothing wrong with a leisurely day lying under the sun, but if you’re looking to get in on the action, grab a body board and catch a wave.
These short boards provide long-lasting fun and can be ridden prone (on your stomach), dropknee (one knee forward and one knee back) and standing up. Dive into more fun by learning to scuba. Then come up and take a catamaran out for a day of salty sea breezes on the Atlantic Ocean.
Main Street Pier stretches more than 1,000 feet into the sparkling waters. As the longest pier on the entire East Coast, it’s perfect for fishing—which just happens to be free and requires no license. Even if you catch nothing more than memories, you’ll have some great fish stories to tell. You can always enjoy a great meal at one of the many local restaurants. Crabby Joe’s Deck & Grill is a sure bet for shrimp, crab legs and the freshest seafood favorites, all served with the ambiance of crashing waves.
Drive into the Fun
Daytona Beach is home to one of the world’s last drive-on beaches. So hop in your car, put the top down and feel like a rebel as you make tracks driving along the golden sands.
There are plenty of additional activities to keep you busy. Stop by Jantzen Beachwear to outfit yourself with some casual clothes. Beach Street in downtown Daytona is a popular destination with inviting local restaurants, trendy shopping and lively entertainment. There are nature trails and state parks, historic sites to tour and museums to visit. Climb to the top of Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, go ice-skating at Daytona Ice Arena, or stay outside and splash around at Daytona Lagoon Water Park. If golf is your game, be sure to bring your clubs. LPGA International, one of the best courses in Florida, is only 15 minutes away from Daytona SeaBreeze.TM
Daytona SeaBreeze is Better Than Ever!
At first glance, you might think Bluegreen Vacations just opened a brand-new resort in Daytona Beach. Actually, it’s an old favorite that recently wrapped up some renovations that left this popular resort looking revived, refreshed and renewed—from the outside in and inside out.
Welcome to the newly remodeled Daytona SeaBreeze.
The resort now embodies Florida-style cottages, with a laid back, eclectic interpretation. Step into the lobby and you’ll notice a funky mix of retro-modernistic designs and décor. Up in the villas, plantation shutters create an open and unique transition from the family areas into the master bedroom. Expansive glass oceanfront walls provide stunning views while white linen and furniture, along with turquoise accent walls complement the magnificent Atlantic. Carpet with windswept patterns adds extra flair continuing the flow of these renovations.
Other noticeable improvements include new exterior paint, upgraded landscaping and sporty new pool furniture. All of which make it easy for you to have your day in the sun during your Daytona Beach family vacation.