Getting Here


Daytona Beach, located along the east coast of central Florida, is a great place to live, work and play. The city is south of Jacksonville, east or Orlando and north of Cocoa Beach, and is easily accessible by car, air, rail and even boat.

Getting Here by Car

Getting to Daytona Beach is easy, as two of the state’s major interstates intersect here - I-95 (north and south) and I-4 (coming in from the west). Other major corridors leading into the area include U.S. Highway 1, U.S. Highway 92, and S.R. 40, which connects to I-75 and S.R. A1A (Atlantic Avenue), which runs parallel to the beautiful Atlantic coastline.

From Tampa / Orlando

Take I-4 east toward Daytona Beach and take exit number 261 to continue on U.S. 92 east to A1A and the beaches.

From Jacksonville / St. Augustine

Take I-95 South, exit 261 and head east on U.S. 92 toward Daytona Beach.

From Miami / Ft. Lauderdale

Take I-95 North to exit 261, and head east on U.S. 92 toward Daytona Beach.

From Tallahassee

Take I-10 East toward Lake City, merge onto I-295 South via exit 356 toward Orange Park / St. Augustine, merge onto I-95 South via exit 61A toward Daytona Beach, then merge onto US-92 via exit 261.

Highway Distances from Major Florida Cities

  • Jacksonville - 90 miles
  • Miami - 260 miles
  • Orlando - 55 miles
  • Tallahassee - 260 miles
  • Tampa - 140 miles

Getting Here by Air

Daytona Beach International Airport (DBIA) is strategically located close to the center of Daytona Beach, minutes from the world-famous Atlantic Ocean and the Daytona International Speedway. Designed with the visitor’s comfort and convenience in mind, DBIA features short distances between parking lots, ticket counters, ground transportation, baggage claim and terminals. Major airlines including Delta Airlines and U.S. Airways service DBIA.

Getting Here by Rail

AMTRAK Passenger Trains has a station in the nearby city of DeLand, which is about 26 miles west of Daytona Beach.

Getting Here by Boat

Halifax Harbor Marina is located along the beautiful Intercoastal Waterway (ICW). To reach the marina by boat, travel southbound or northbound on the ICW, enter Halifax Harbor Marina through the marked entrance channel just west of ICW Marker 39A at ICW Street Mile 830.5.

The marina provides year-round docking facilities for boaters seeking a permanent slip, as well as seasonal or overnight accommodations. The marina is ideally located for easy access to water-related activities, shopping, restaurants and entertainment.