Formally known as Coronado Beach, today New Smyrna Beach’s Flagler Avenue celebrates its roots that date to the 1920s. The Avenue offers an eclectic mix across the five-block “island” from the river to the ocean.
During the day, stroll the palm-lined Avenue and step back to the days of old-Florida charm in the district’s unique shops, galleries, inns and dining establishments. Famous for its surfing, rent a board, a bike, a dune buggy or even a beach chair.
At sunset, the robust beachside scene offers burgers to fine dining and live entertainment spanning the decades. Flagler Avenue hosts many popular events including a Mardi Gras parade, a Shrimp and Seafood Festival, the Flamingo Follies Arts and Crafts Show, and a monthly Art and Wine Walk.
Click for more information on the Flagler Avenue Historic District, including a list of upcoming events and district businesses.