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Central East Florida Beaches

You can expect to find many beautiful state parks and public beaches on the Central East Coast of Florida.

Light brown sand, crystal clear blue water and beaming sunshine.

The Atlantic Ocean provides great waves so surfers are abound.

The Beaches of Central East Florida:

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Central East Florida
Cocoa Beach
It's been called the quintessential beach town, and Cocoa Beach, an hour's drive east of Orlando on Florida's beautiful Space Coast, offers endless ways to enjoy recreation and leisure.

Whether you are planning a family beach vacation, leisure travel, a business trip, a weekend getaway, or just a day at the beach, you'll find everything you need in Cocoa Beach and the Space Coast area to make your stay one to remember.

Daytona Beach
Spend a day relaxing on "The World's Most Famous Beach" and get away from it all. Our 23 miles of sandy, white beaches are open to pedestrians 24/7 with free access!

Cars are permitted in designated areas of the beach from sunrise to sunset, tidal conditions permitting. Visit Daytona Beach and find out why people love to vacation here.

Indian Harbour Beach
Visitors can relax or picnic at my beachfront parks or stroll through my 27 acre Gleason Park surrounding a lake with its many exercise paths, lighted in the early evening by quaint Victorian lights.

Sounds of joy and laughter can be heard coming from the year-round heated pool located in the park next to the community center, where classes and activities are held for people of all ages. Children play tennis on city courts, or baseball and soccer at our million-dollar sports field complex.

Jensen Beach
Located on the Atlantic Ocean, Jensen Beach is a sandy, scenic beach that is great for all kinds of water sports.

Take a nap, get a great tan, go fishing, or just take a long relaxing walk along the beautiful beaches that stretch for miles.

Melbourne Beach
Fish, surf, dine, or watch the sea turtles. Melbourne Beach is a barrier island only .7 miles across from the ocean to the Indian River Lagoon.

On historic Ocean Avenue, Port d’Hiver (pronounced Port deeVaire) brings history, nature, privacy and comfort together in one luxurious retreat.

New Smyrna Beach
Blue skies meet over 13 miles of white sand in New Smyrna Beach, consistently voted one of the "Best Beaches".

New Smyrna Beach lays claim to the best Florida offers--excellent backwater and offshore fishing, golf, historical sites, cultural events and eclectic shopping and dining experiences along historical Flagler Avenue and Canal Street.

Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach Florida is known as the “Birthplace of Speed” because this was the first known spot for car racing back in 1903.

It is located on the north end of Daytona Beach.

Satellite Beach
With tan sand and a blue green water combination, this warm central east Florida vacation spot reminds us of a 'paradise island escape' with warm ocean breezes and sunshine over 340 days a year.

Stuart Beach
Relax on Stuart Beach, grab lunch, and enjoy the Atlantic ocean, Stuart Beach is one of the best beaches in Martin County. The sand is wide, the water is blue and there are showers, bathrooms, and a full concession stand.

The beach has lifeguards, and there are usually surfers, swimmers, and plenty of beach combers just enjoying the sand, shells, and sun. There is also beach volleyball, fishing, and access to a bike path.

Vero Beach
Vero Beach is a haven for golf, water sports and fishing.

Peaceful beaches, museums, nature tours and a range of hotels make Vero Beach a great vacation destination.