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On the Beach

Central East Florida is blessed to have some amazing Beach towns.  Here are some of the best for condos and homes along the coast.

Cocoa Beach Florida

The beach where Captain Nelson, of I Dream of Jeannie in the 1960’s, found a bottle that had washed up on the shore. He uncorked it and out popped a genie, named Jeannie, to grant his every wish. Today, called the quintessential beach town and is well known for Ron Jon’s Surf Shop and offers endless ways to enjoy recreation and leisure.

Daytona Beach Florida

Owns the moniker, “The world’s most famous beach” with 23 miles of gorgeous sandy beaches but known best for speed as in the NASCAR’s Daytona 500.  Daytona is home to many low and high rise condominium buildings overlooking a beautiful coast line.  Daytona also has unexpected historic neighborhoods and is a lovely spot for second homes.

 

New Smyrna Beach Florida

Bring the surf board; here are some of the best waves in the entire state at the Inlet. New Smyrna Beach offers a lovely drive-on Atlantic coast beach – much like that of Daytona Beach, but quieter and with a feeling of an historic hometown. New Smyrna Beach has loads of little shops and cafes, and a thriving arts community, and its beaches are wide and flat with golden-hued sands. New Smyrna Beach has been named to National Geographic’s list of the World’s 20 Best Surf Towns.

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Indian Harbour Florida

A calm, peaceful and quaint little town where blue skies top off clear blue water with a mile of tan sand to relax on. Check out Canova Beach Park with over 12 acres of sandy beach and gorgeous water.

Jensen Beach Florida

The “Sea Turtle Beach” where you may observe sea turtles lumbering past your chair from the ocean to their nests to deposit their eggs. Strong waves for surfing (humans, not turtles).

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Melbourne Beach Florida

If you want to please the surfers in your group: Stop. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. Just book a place to sleep and come on down and ride the waves! Take a lesson if you haven’t tried. Even getting part way up is a thrill of a lifetime.

Ormond Beach Florida

Located on the north end of Daytona Beach along Florida’s Atlantic Coast, Ormond Beach offers a first-class resort experience without sacrificing its small-town grace. One of its earliest settlers was millionaire John. D. Rockefeller. Ormond Beach Florida is known as the “Birthplace of Speed” because this was the first known spot for car racing back in 1903.