Located on central Florida’s east coast, New Smyrna Beach offers many photographic opportunities with it’s captivating drive-on Atlantic coast beach – identical to that of Daytona Beach, but peaceful and with a sense of a historic small town.
New Smyrna Beach has many little shops and cafes, plus a flourishing arts community. With over 13 miles of beach front that are spacious and even with smooth white golden-rich sands.
New Smyrna Beach is home to two many popular parks, all-natural undeveloped beach dunes and acres maintaining the natural beauty of sanctuary to an abundant blend of plants and animals.
Also, don’t miss a scenic round of golf at Sugar Mill Golf & County Club. A golfers dream offering a 27 hole golf course. If you did not know, New Smyrna Beach was named by National Geographic’s list of the World’s 20 Best Surf Towns?
New Smyrna Beach in known as the second oldest city in North America. This beach town offers everyone abundant historical traditions and antiquities to its rich history. It’s estimated more than 30 historical sites continue to capture visitors and photographers. Some of the existing sites: The Old Fort and surrounding Old Fort Park, Sugar Mill ruins, found in New Smyrna Beach, and in The Canaveral National Seashore the Eldora House. If you are interested, you can find out more by stopping over at the city’s Historical Museum and the Black Heritage Museum.
Photographing New Smyrna Beach is a rewarding experience to a friendly, Old Florida-style town with pristine beaches and allure for everyone.
All photograph’s were captured by Daytona Beach Photographer, Tony Giese.