New Smyrna Beach is a quaint and cozy beach town. It has a very rich history, and the distinction of being the site of the largest single attempt at Colonial settlement in the U.S. A Scottish physician and entrepreneur, Dr. Andrew Turnbull, established a colony along the west bank of the Indian River in 1768.
Enjoy Sunday brunch at Spanish River, then experience a pleasant boat-ride down the river and stop at Ponce Inlet. Sunset cruise back to the marina and head out to dinner at one of the town's many great establishments. Some of New Smyrna Beach's top rated restaurants are The Garlic, Spanish River Grill, and Norwoods.
Residents love to spend a sunny day in Canaveral National Seashore Park, where recreational activities include lagoon and surf fishing, boating, canoeing, surfing, sunbathing, swimming, hiking, horseback riding, and backcountry camping.
Whether you're attending Wine Walks and Art Shows on Flagler Ave. or shopping at the Farmers Market on Canal Street, you can be sure to find something new at every corner.