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New adventures await, whether you enjoy long walks on the beach, golfing, or exploring the nearby Daytona Beach Pier.

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Ocean breezes and poolside service make staying on property an inviting option.

There’s so much to do in Daytona

Once you’re happily settled into your Bella Luca Condo, you’ll be ready to explore all that Daytona has to offer.

Here are some places to begin:

Auto Racing – Automobile racing became a regular pastime along the hard-packed beaches in the early 1900s. Ormond Beach became known as the “birthplace of speed” due to the various landspeed records set there.

The modern tradition of racing at Daytona started in 1959 with the opening of Daytona International Speedway. Auto racing enthusiasts can check out the track, which is open daily to the public between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Guests can enjoy guided tours that last between 30 minutes to three hours. The gift show has the latest NASCAR clothing and collectables and the video game arcade allows visitors to test their racing skills. The next Daytona 500 is slated for February 2017.

Explore the Region’s History – Daytona Beach history started with the region’s first occupants, the Timucuan Indians, who may have been the first Native Americans to see the Spanish explorers when they landed in Florida. Visitors can learn about and experience the region’s past through parks, preserves and historic sites. Tours include Rockefeller’s Ormond Beach home, the Casements, or visit the ruins of old sugar mill plantations at Bulow State Park.

Ponce Inlet – This popular tourist area has the tallest lighthouse in Florida, the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. Open for tours, the lighthouse also hosts special events throughout the year. The area is full of activities and dining options as well, including the Marine Science Center (which has a stingray touch pool) or learn to paddleboard with Ponce Inlet Watersports.

Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier – There’s something nostalgic about a boardwalk beach experience. The boardwalk and pier has plenty of old-timey carney fun. There are amusement rides like the Sandblaster Roller Coaster, Ferris wheel and go-karts. At the Main Street Pier, you can enjoy lunch with a view from Joe’s Crab Shack, or snarf down some pizza, lick some ice cream or have a cold, tropical drink at The Roof.

Enjoy the World’s Most Famous Beach – There’s 23 miles of beach with easy access points for vehicles. Cyclists can enjoy a ride on the sand too. There are numerous beachfront splash parks, beach volleyball courses and jungle gyms. Others will want to get wet, enjoying paddle boarding, surfing, kayaking and parasailing.

Golfing – There are several Daytona Beach-area courses you can play of no matter what your skill level. Golf packages can be found at Discover Daytona Beach Golf. Golf Digest ranked Daytona Beach in the top 15 places to play in the nation.

Cruise the Loop – Cruising is a Daytona Beach tradition. Drive down Atlantic Avenue in your car or motorcycle. Motorcyclists come from all over the world to ride The Loop, which is a 30-plus mile double loop of roadways through some of the most beautiful and diverse natural scenery in Northeast Florida. There are unobstructed views of two rivers, creeks, marshes, beach and the pristine hardwood hammock forest that canopies the road. Check out a virtual tour.

Enjoy a Festival – Daytona Beach stakes a claim to the title of Festival Capital of Florida for good reason. Fall is the biggest season for festivals kicking off with the Daytona Blues FestivalBiketoberfest®, Halifax Art Festival and Turkey Run.

New Year begins with a bang as Speedweeks roll into the Daytona International Speedway in February, followed by the World Famous Bike Week in March. In the summer, weekly live entertainment fills the historic Daytona Bandshell as their Summer Concert Series entertains with fireworks on Saturday evenings. Celebrating Independence Day is popular with the Coke Zero 400.