In Daytona Beach Shores, it’s all about having fun in the Florida sun. This tiny community of fewer than 5,000 full-time residents, not to be confused with the similarly named city of Daytona Beach, is situated on a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. Homebuyers looking for Daytona Beach Shores real estate will find a friendly, relaxed southern atmosphere close to amenities in neighboring towns. Residents enjoy elegant condominium, single-family and estate home layouts with outstanding amenities. Since tourism is the only industry in town, Daytona Beach Shores offers a world of recreational opportunities from parks and golf on land to fishing charters and sailing on the water.

Daytona Beach Shores, FL. Real Estate For Sale

Under $100K,      $100K – $200K,    $200K – $400K,    $400K – $600K
$600K – $750K,      $750K & Up

$239,000
2 beds - 2 Baths

3756 S Atlantic Avenue 202 2

Daytona Beach Shores, Florida

MLS® ID: 1037085

$274,999
2 beds - 2 Baths

3115 S Atlantic Avenue 302 3

Daytona Beach Shores, Florida

MLS® ID: 1037076

$395,000
3 beds - 3 Baths

2055 S Atlantic Avenue 1410 14

Daytona Beach Shores, Florida

MLS® ID: 1037053

$94,900
1 Bath

701 S Atlantic Avenue 518 5

Daytona Beach Shores, Florida

MLS® ID: 1037021

Daytona Beach Shores offers 5.5 miles of pristine beaches, perfect for sunrise walks, enjoying a leisurely ocean swim and even bicycling along the water. Residents and snowbirds escaping harsh northern winters can sail and cruise the waterway taking in scenic views and enjoying warm Florida weather. Anglers can sign up for a full or half-day charter to enjoy a day of fishing, and the Seven Seas Marina & Boatyard offers refueling and docking services.

Seven Daytona Beach Shores Parks

For such a small town, there are an amazing number of parks for Daytona Beach Shores residents. Stately Max Samuely Park near City Hall offers a garden atmosphere with a gazebo, a wall of fame honoring the racing history of the town and a Court of Flags that represents its ethnic origins. Fornari Park has beach access, a playground and dune walkovers. McElroy Park, the town’s largest, features baseball, tennis and basketball facilities. Sundown Park is the perfect spot to observe magnificent Florida sunsets, while the Sunglow Pier extends 1,000 feet into the Atlantic Ocean perfect for fishing or for appreciating panoramic water views. Dahlia and Frank Rendon Park are the place to go for picnics.

An Active Lifestyle

Residents of Daytona Beach Shores can participate in a full roster of classes at the Community Center. Sign up for a yoga, Pilates and zumba class to get some exercise in a social atmosphere. Serious fitness buffs can have the Boot Camp experience for high-intensity cardio and resistance strength training to get their beach bodies in top notch form. Learn a new game like Mexican Train dominoes or mah jongg, and meet new friends at the Backgammon Club. Dancers will love line dancing and ballroom dancing.

Daytona Beach Shores Special Events

This little town goes all out when it comes to special events. Enjoy free “bring your own chair” concerts on Atlantic Avenue, and listen to the sounds of oldies, R & B, jazz and rock and roll. If the swing sounds of Sinatra and Tony Bennett are more your style, check out the schedule and mark your calendar. Other events include an end of summer bash at Crabby Joe’s.

Whether it’s a high-rise condo right on the ocean or a spacious single-family home, homebuyers looking for Daytona Beach Shores real estate will find what they are looking for in this charming beachfront town.