This delightful oceanfront community is located on the barrier island directly south of Daytona Beach, & just North of Ponce Inlet. Here oceanfront hotels offer breathtaking views of the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean and pristine beaches to the east… while gorgeous sunsets over the Intracoastal Waterway to the west greet you with incredible sunsets. DBS is a short drive away from all the excitement of Daytona Beach, this beachside retreat offers a welcome escape to travelers looking for relaxation and a little solitude.
THINGS TO DO
Here are a half dozen of the bestest and coolest things to do in Daytona Beach shores:
1. Daytona Beach Drive In Christian Church
2.Pure Life Surfing School
Come visit Bernie for a great time learning how to surf!
3.Congo River golf
Welcome to Congo River Golf! Play award-winning miniature golf at Congo River Golf. With eight locations in Florida to choose from, there’s an adventure for everyone. It’s fun for the whole family! Experience tranquil waterfalls, mysterious caves, tropical rainforests, challenging golf holes and more as you follow in the footsteps of Stanley and Livingstone on an unforgettable African adventure. It’s fun exploring the Congo during the day and at night, under the stars!
4. Daytona electric Bike Rentals!
Electric Bikes are the best way to see Daytona Beach in a fun and accessible way. See the sights, go farther, and explore more!
For a trip through the Polynesian Isles visit the historic Hawaiian Inn and expect to get ” fired up”.
6. Magic Milk Island Art
And there is plenty more to do in Daytona Beach Shores affectionately known by locals as ” The Shores” or “DBS”. History Daytona Beach Shores was first organized in 1960 by local business leaders convinced that a smaller community could provide better services to its residents. The City was incorporated on April 22, 1960, and is located between unincorporated Wilbur-by-the-Sea to the south and Daytona Beach to the north.
In the 1970s and the 1980s, the City enjoyed a massive condominium building program. Now about 90% of the residents live in high-rise condominiums that stretch along the Atlantic Ocean.A resort and retirement community, the City has no schools or manufacturing industry, but caters to visitors year-round with miniature golf courses and other family entertainment, including a privately-owned Par 3 golf course and City owned tennis and recreation facility. Both are open to the public.
The city currently has about 4300 residents. Historically the average weather during summer months looked like this
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