Destinations: Central East Florida

A coastline of many names, Central East Florida incorporates “The Space Coast” featuring the Kennedy Space Center, and the “Treasure Coast” with the wreck of the Spanish treasure fleet of 1715.

It is also a hotspot for surfers and racing enthusiasts at Daytona Beach. The region includes the areas of Cocoa Beach, Daytona Beach/New Smyrna Beach and Fort Pierce/Vero Beach.

Vero Beach

Explore Vero Beach Florida

Part of Florida’s Treasure Coast, Indian River County has 26 miles of unspoiled beaches, the serene waterscapes of the Sebastian and Indian Rivers, and miles of pristine woodlands and fields…

Titusville

Explore Titusville Florida

In Titusville, north of Cape Canaveral and Cocoa, visitors are not only close to space at the nearby Kennedy Space Center but close to earth too with nature cruises to…

Palm Bay Florida

Explore Palm Bay Florida

From moon walks and dune overwalks to cruise ports and water sports, a galaxy of options await visitors at Florida’s Space Coast, a 72-mile stretch of sun-bronzed Atlantic shore, space…

Ormond Beach

Visit Ormond Beach Florida

Ormond Beach is known as the Birthplace of Speed. Its long association with racing began on the hard-packed sands of Ormond Beach in March 1903. For eight years, the small…

Melbourne florida

Explore Melbourne Florida

From moon walks and dune overwalks to cruise ports and water sports, a galaxy of options await visitors at Florida’s Space Coast, a 72-mile stretch of sun-bronzed Atlantic shore, space…

Jensen Beach florida

Explore Jensen Beach Florida

Jensen Beach is a part of Florida’s Treasure Coast which derives its name from the ships that were wrecked on the coral reefs during the 17th century. Artifacts and treasures…

Fort Pierce Florida

Explore Fort Pierce Florida

Located in the heart of Florida’s Treasure Coast, St. Lucie County has everything you need to get away from it all. With endless activities including fishing, golfing, hiking, canoeing, horseback…

DeLand

Explore DeLand Florida

Centrally located between Orlando and Daytona Beach, St. Johns River Country encompasses 14 distinct communities along the St. Johns River, each thriving with historical, cultural and natural charm. DeLand, known…

Daytona Beach Shores

Daytona Beach Shores

Stretching for more than five miles along the Atlantic Ocean (and just a few hundred yards wide), Daytona Beach Shores is located on a beautiful barrier island where famed race…

Cocoa Florida

Explore Cocoa Florida

From moon walks and dune overwalks to cruise ports and water sports, a galaxy of options await visitors at Florida’s Space Coast, a 72-mile stretch of sun-bronzed Atlantic shore, space…

Cocoa Beach Area

Along 72 miles of Atlantic beaches, unspoiled nature preserves exist in harmony with several space-age attractions. The Cocoa Beach Area is home to the Kennedy Space Center and the area and its environs is known as The Space Coast. Located just 45 minutes east of Orlando, the area is close to Central Florida’s amusement parks.

Daytona Beach & New Smyrna Beach Area

This may be a hot-spot for surfers and racing enthusiasts: 23 miles of warm, wide beaches make it one of the premier surfing spots on the East Coast of Florida; its reputation for speed rests on Daytona 500 auto-racing. But its millions of visitors are there for a lot more than the family-friendly beaches and the Daytona International Speedway.

Fort Pierce & Vero Beach Area

The wreck of the Spanish treasure fleet in 1715 off Florida’s Atlantic Coast gave this untarnished stretch of coastline from St. Lucie Inlet to Sebastian Inlet its “Treasure Coast” nickname. Shipwreck survivors set up camp on the site of today’s McLarty Treasure Museum.