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New Smyrna Beach, FL


Voted as Southern Living's 2022
"Best Beach Town"

The epicenter of this area, the city of New Smyrna Beach offers endless possibilities for excitement. For surfers, it’s where to find great waves, while beachgoers can stroll mile after mile of white sand. Foodies can find new trends in cooking, while their liquor-loving counterparts can sample locally made craft beers and handcrafted rum. Anglers come for the fishing, history buffs can explore centuries-old ruins, and eco-connoisseurs can marvel at all the wildlife basking in these pristine surroundings. And that’s just scratching the surface. No matter what your passion might be, you’re likely to find an outlet for it in New Smyrna Beach. 

17 Miles of Beach

There are laid-back adventures like strolling on miles of seaside boardwalk and beach. There are trails to walk, bike, or horseback ride. We're also home to North America's most biologically diverse estuary, the Indian River Lagoon. There's ocean diving on the many wrecks, or try your hand at surfing. We were named the 4th best town for surfing by Surfing Magazine!

Beaches & Blueways
Where to Stay

In New Smyrna Beach, there are as many different styles of lodging as there are varieties of birds skimming our shores. Choose from whimsically appointed, colorful and eclectic, low-slung beach cottages just steps from the sand, to lofty, sleek, bright, modern oceanfront condos with picture windows overlooking the shimmering ocean horizon, to laid-back, rustic fish camps nearby.

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Flagler avenue
Named after prominent railroad builder, Henry Flagler the avenue is dotted with shops, restaurants, and more.
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Canal Street historic district
Canal Street always has something going on: from craft beer to boutique shopping, to exciting events.
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Third avenue
Known by the locals as “Eat Street,” find more than 20 venues, from casual to fine dining, awaiting you here.
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Your Best Adventure Awaits

Just south of New Smyrna lies the Canaveral National Seashore, which offers excellent swimming, bird watching, hiking and more. Anglers at nearby Mosquito Lagoon have set international records with giant redfish catches. Deep-sea charters leave New Smyrna Beach daily, giving offshore fishers an easy way to wet a line in the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Many historical and cultural sites also make New Smyrna Beach noteworthy. From the Turnbull and Sugar Mill Ruins, to the Eldora State House and the Ponce Inlet lighthouse, the area is rich in history.
Named one of “America’s Top Small Cities for the Arts,” New Smyrna is home to the Atlantic Center for the Arts, an artists-in-residence community and educational facility, the Harris House, The Hub on Canal, the Little Theatre and Arts on Douglas. Frequent art shows featuring visual and performing arts take place throughout the year. Enjoy culinary delights from fresh seafood to steaks and pasta on the waterfront, or under an umbrella at a sidewalk café. At the end of the day, retire to a charming bed and breakfast inn, family-size condominium or oceanfront hotel.

Things to Do
The NSB Trail Series: "Confessions of a Trailhead"

It's time to hit the trails for a whole new way to explore New Smyrna Beach. Grab some family and friends, take some pics, and tell tales from the trails when you post and confess your exploits along the way. 

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