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Daytona Beach Pier
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Daytona Beach Pier, FL - is located at the east end of Main Street. The Pier is 1000 feet long, the longest on the east coast and is a great place for getting a bird’s eye view of the coastline and all the hotels along the beach.

The Daytona Beach Pier has restaurant with a full liquor bar. There is also a sky-lift that will take you to the end of the pier and back.

Fishing on Daytona Beach Pier allows locals and visitors to catch a wide variety of fish year round.

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