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New Smyrna Beach, Florida

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New Smyrna Beach.

As one of Florida's many east coast beach cities that remains mostly residential in nature, New Smyrna Beach is quiet and peaceful. Other than the beach, there are no major attractions or distractions. There is a nicely kept downtown area with small shops and eateries running parallel to the beach. A public beach (with parking) is central to the area and this makes for a wonderful place to spend the day or evening. Sheltered benches along the beach are great for young and old alike. 


New Smyrna Beach is north-centrally located on the Atlantic Coast of Florida. South of the city of Daytona Beach by about 15 miles and directly north of the Canaveral National Seashore, the small beach town is bordered on the west by the Indian River, a component of the Intracoastal Waterway. It is about 30 miles north of Titusville and about 45 minutes away from the Nation's Space Center. It is one of the closest beach cities to the fantasy land surrounding Orlando, approximately 50 miles away. The population is about 20,000 year round residents and increases significantly during the tourist season, weekends and holidays.


Visitors to New Smyrna Beach, FL can tour many local cities by car.  Daytona and Daytona Beach are about 15 minutes north and St. Augustine is a little over an hour away. You can get to the Space Center or the theme parks around Orlando in about an hour or less. The lighthouse at Ponce Inlet is just north but because there is no bridge over Ponce Inlet, access requires a mainland route. This area can be accessed best by aircraft from the Daytona Beach International Airport, a 30 minute drive.

New Smyrna Beach


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Flagler Avenue sign downtown and view of beach. View of Flagler Ave. shops towards beach.
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"Breakers" - popular eatery on the beach. Public park
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At the end of Flagler Avenue there is a small public park (pictures above) on the beach. From here you can stroll the shops downtown, eat and play on the beach.
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new-smyrna-beach.JPG (10624 bytes) The sandy beaches are fairly deep with high, grass covered dunes. The usual beach houses and condos occupy most of the oceanfront real estate.
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On the north end of New Smyrna Beach driving is allowed. The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse from Smyrna Dunes Park.
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There are many public beach access points in the area. Map of Smyrna Dunes Park.

New Smyrna Beach Condos

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Condos under construction on north beach end. Beach condos.  

New Smyrna Beach Houses

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There is a wide range of middle-class housing on and just off the Atlantic Ocean. Most beach houses are built high on the dunes.
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New Smyrna Beach Street Scenes

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Route A1A north and south through New Smyrna Beach. Neighborhood sandy street.


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