Historic Flagler Avenue

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.

Unique shops line Flagler Avenue. The eastern end of Flagler Avenue leads travelers to the Atlantic 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.

 

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