When the rest of the world is flat, you can count on finding a wave in New Smyrna Beach.
Tucked between Daytona Beach and Cocoa Beach, NSB is a classic salty town, with narrow streets, wide beaches and a prevailing laid-back, surfer-dude attitude. It also has one of the most consistent surf breaks on the East Coast, thanks to significant rock ledges off the coast.
The reliable waves are small – generally a few feet high – but they draw some of the country’s best surfers. Every summer, the American Professional Surfing Association holds one of its premier contests here… read more >