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Daytona Beach, located on Florida's east coast, has a lot more to offer than being the birthplace of NASCAR, like, for instance, the beach itself. Once the city's raceway, this immensely popular stretch of sand is lapped by inviting blue-green waters. Or let the kids release their surplus energy at the fun-packed Daytona Lagoon water park, with its multi-level water playground, climbing wall, tidal wave pool, tube float, laser tag and go-karts. There's even a foam-ball blasting cannon and an erupting volcano!
Make the most of your hire car with a short six mile trip from Daytona Beach to the vertigo-inducing Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse. As you'll quickly discover, as your breathing rate rises and your heart pounds harder, this 53m-tall nineteenth century structure, with its 203 spiral steps, is the tallest lighthouse in the whole of the Sunshine State, affording glorious (if dizzying) views of the Atlantic Ocean below.
If you have even the merest hint of an inner petrolhead about you, you'll find it hard to resist the allure of Florida's motor-maniac's mecca, Daytona Beach, hometown of the equally famous Daytona 500 and the Daytona International Speedway.
If you're visiting in February, be warned; ticket prices will go through the stratosphere because this is the month of THE motor racing event of the year, the Daytona 500. But on non-race days, you can wander through the colossal stands completely free of charge, or take a tram tour to get a thorough look at the famous track, compete with its pits and other behind-the-scenes secrets of the racing world.
Daytona Beach is known for its magnetic effect on those in search of a good time; its headcount expands five-fold during Speed Weeks and up to five million devoted bikers thunder their growling metallic beasts into town every March for Bike Week.
Take care, though; your inner speedbiker may want to floor the pedal, but the local police are well aware of their city's reputation and will act swiftly to put an end to any heavy-toed driving habits.
Daytona Beach is approximately one hour north of Orlando along the I-4 and an easy drive from Orlando Sanford International Airport and Orlando International Airport. If travelling beyona Daytona Beach and exploring more of Florida take a look at our guides to Florida such as Florida's best theme parks or roadtrips around Florida.