Did you know?

  • During the summer, you can see Manatees in Daytona Beach's river and canals.
  • St. Lucie County has over 21 miles of beaches and 11,000 acres of parks and preserves.
  • Back in the 1800s, St. Lucie County's largest agriculture industry was pineapple farming.
  • Gatorade got its name from the University of Florida Gators where the drink was created.

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Where to Stay

Coconut Palms Beach Resort II

611 South Atlantic Avenue
New Smyrna Beach, FL
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Perennial Vacation Daytona

2525 South Atlantic Ave
Daytona Beach Shores, FL
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Perfect Drive Golf Villas at PGA Village

Perfect Drive Golf Villas at PGA Village
Port St. Lucie, FL
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"Our family and our friend's family took a vacation together and had a private air boat tour with 'Gator Bait'. The kids had a blast, and we loved getting so close to wild gators. We would recommend it to anyone."
- David D., client since 2006


  • Daytona Bike Week

    Daytona Bike Week

    Over 10 days of bike fun, activities and riding in the beautiful Daytona Beach area. Be sure to enter for a chance to win the Official Bike Week Motorcycle.
  • Oceanfront Bandshell Concert series

    Oceanfront Bandshell Concert series

    Enjoy free concerts at the waterfront amphitheater right on the Daytona Beach boardwalk. Concerts take place April through October and feature genres of all sorts from jazz to contemporary.
  • Festival of Magic

    Festival of Magic

    Magicians from around the world gather in Daytona for a weekend of lectures, contests, shows, an auction and more.
  • Rock and Roll Music Festival

    Rock and Roll Music Festival

    Celebrate everything rock and roll in New Smyrna Beach. During this three-day music festival, you will hear over a dozen acts and meet and greet with multiple bands. There will be plenty of free giveaways, as well!
  • Seaside Fiestal

    Seaside Fiesta

    Kick off the summer in New Smyrna Beach. This community block party will feature live music, arts & crafts, food vendors, surf pro meet and greets and much more.
  • NSB Balloon & Sky Fest

    NSB Balloon & Sky Fest

    This annual event features world class air shows, balloon glows and a carnival. Take an airplane, balloon or helicopter ride. Enjoy live entertainment and great food.

"It was like having our own private beach at the Turtle Reef Club! Nothing to do but sit back and read a good book!"
- Lisa W., client since 1999

Places to Go

  • Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens

    Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens

    Explore the Dunlawton Sugar Mill Ruins and stroll through the Botanical Gardens, where you will view stunning ancient trees, shrubs, exotic plants and flowers!
  • Daytona Speedway

    Daytona Speedway

    This speedway is home of the DAYTONA 500, one of the most popular auto races out there. The Daytona International Speedway holds an array of motor-sports events and offer tours for those interested in getting a close look at the track and all that goes into each race.
  • Ponce de Leon Lighthouse

    Ponce de Leon Lighthouse

    If you're at Daytona Beach, the Ponce de Leon Lighthouse is a must-stop! Climb 203 steps to the top of this 175-foot, fully-functioning lighthouse. Trust us, you won't be disappointed by the view. Browse the small gift shop and get a mini history lesson at the lighthouse museum.
  • PGA Village

    PGA Village

    PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Florida, is the ultimate golf resort destination. Ranked among the '75 Best Golf Resorts' by Golf Digest, PGA Village - St. Lucie includes 54 holes of championship golf. Golf training is also available and be sure to visit the PGA Museum of Golf to learn the history of the PGA's.
  • Tradition Field

    Tradition Field

    For all you Mets fans, stop by and visit the New York team during their spring training. The stadium also holds daily and special events year-round such as baseball bingo, fireworks, concerts and more.
  • Beach


    This is the obvious choice. If you're in Daytona, of course the beach is a must-see. With over 23-miles of white sand and the boardwalk, it won't be hard to find something for everyone to enjoy. Try your hand at a water sport or two or just kick back and catch a few rays.

"We had a wonderful vacation at Oceanside Inn Daytona Beach."
- Alice Ann K., client since 2003


Our properties are in Daytona Beach, Port St. Lucie Florida and New Smyrna Beach. Daytona Beach and New Smyrna beach (30 minutes from each other) offer public transportation for visitors including trolleys and buses. The VOTRAN trolley which runs along Atlantic Avenue and the bus is only $3 per day. In Port St. Lucie there are several fixed bus routes through Treasure Coast Connector.

Take a Day Trip

Jensen Beach from Port St. Lucie 18 Minutes
Palm Coast from Daytona Beach 36 Minutes
Fort Pierce from Port St. Lucie 37 Minutes
Titusville from Daytona Beach 56 Minutes
Palm Bay from Port St. Lucie 59 Minutes
Port St. Lucie from Daytona Beach 2 Hours 18 Minutes

"Our grandson was able to meet Donald Duck and play on the fantastic beach right outside our door! Thank you TAN!"
- Lance T., client since 2003