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Welcome


I’m thrilled to welcome you—or welcome you back—to the New Smyrna Beach Area. The appeal of our lovely town goes far deeper than our 17 miles of white sand beach and highly rated surfing. Cutting-edge cuisine, a nationally recognized arts scene, beloved hotels, and historical ruins are just the beginning of the adventure. With the ocean on one side, the Intracoastal Waterway on the other, and all kinds of exciting sustainability efforts in between, our cozy city offers the perfect getaway—whether you’re interested in relaxing on the beach or discovering a new passion. We can’t wait for you to experience New Smyrna Beach for yourself.


By Plane


No less than five international airports in the area make getting here a breeze: Daytona Beach (18 miles away); Orlando


Sanford (30 miles); Orlando (60 miles); Orlando Melbourne (74 miles); and Jacksonville (118 miles). Coming by private aircraft? The New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport is just 2 miles outside town.


By Car


Motoring along mighty Interstate 95? Take exit 249; the New Smyrna Beach Area is just a few miles east. From


Interstate 4, take exit 118. And U.S. Highway 1, also known as “Old Dixie Highway,” leads you straight into downtown and the Historic District.


By Train


Hit the rails with or without your car on the Amtrak Auto Train, which runs between Florida and the Washington,


D.C. area. Disembark at Sanford, Florida, about 35 miles west of New Smyrna Beach; it’s an easy drive into town.


Debbie Meihls Executive Director New Smyrna Beach Area Visitors Bureau


By Bus


Greyhound stops in nearby Daytona Beach, and the Volusia County bus service (Votran) provides local commuter


service from there. Take the #4, #7, or #12 to Port Orange and the #40 into New Smyrna Beach.


GEORGE J. BAER III VP Client Partnerships ANA LOPES Account Manager RICH BEATTIE Editor CHRIS MUELLER Creative Director NICOLE WHITE Art Director VICTORIA RICH Photo Editor


By Boat


Floating the Intracoastal Waterway or sailing in from far-flung waters? Dock at the New Smyrna Marina


(ICW channel marker #35) or the New Smyrna Beach City Marina (ICW channel marker #38).


2 THE OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE


HE OF F I C I A L 2 0 1 9 – 2 0 2 0 V IS I TO R S G U I D E


CAMERON LANCASTER


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