The BeachNew Smyrna Beach offers 13 miles of pristine white sandy beach. A barrier island, our beachside community is bordered by bodies of water; the inlet to the north, the Atlantic ocean to the east; the Indian River to the west.
|Life in New Smyrna Beach affords its vacationers numerous year-round beach activities including fishing, swimming, surfing, beachcombing, and sunbathing. Visitors from around the world come to New Smyrna Beach because of its unspoiled, laid back beaches. New Smyrna's beach is one of a kind, you will not find another beach like it in Florida.
New Smyrna Beach has a unique combination of a driving and non-driving beach stretches. Visitors can drive right onto the beach offering easy access to the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Beach driving is allowed from 27th Avenue beach access north. Here are some tips to you having a wonderful beach day.
Many enjoy New Smyrna's car free beach, which allows those families with small children peace of mind and ultimate relaxation. The beach is protected from all traffic starting at the 27th Avenue beach access continuing south to the Canaveral National Seashore. To enjoy these traffic free zones there are off-beach parking areas.
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Minorca Community and The Inlet
The Minorc Community
The Flagler Avenue Area
South of Flagler Avenue - Atlantic Villas, Villas at Dune Point & Oceania Beach Club
South of Flagler - The Mediterranean & Coconut Palms Resort II
The Malibu Condo
The Pelican Condo
Central Beach Area
Coastal Waters Inn, Ponce de Leon Towers, Ocean Trillium Suites - Across the Street: The Ocean Properties Building
The Moontide and Seacrest
The Colony Beach Club and Fountains
Shore Villas, Ebb Tide and Surf & Racquet
Van Kleeck Drive
Ocean Club North, Seaward and Schooner Point
Chadham-by-the-Sea and Ocean Condo
Bethune Beach Area
Entrance to The Canaveral National Seashore
The Canaveral National Seashore
- Smyrna Dunes Park (2995 N. Peninsula Avenue)
- 27th Avenue Park (3701 S. Atlantic Avenue)
- Matthews Blvd
- Hiles Blvd
- Mary McLeod Bethune Park (6656 S. Atlantic Avenue)
For more information about the beach and properties for sale in the New Smyrna Beach area, please contact Bill Roe at
(386) 428-0975 or email us.