The Inlet at New Smyrna Beach
Inlet Condominium Association, Inc.
Inlet Properties, Inc.
257 Minorca Beach Way, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 | 386-409-9212
From time to time units become available for sale. If you are interested in the purchase of a unit, please call the office 386-409-9212.
The inlet is located less than 30 minutes south of Daytona Beach and an hour and 15-minute drive to Orlando Theme Parks. The Inlet can be accessed through either Orlando, Sanford, or Daytona airports. The local area also offers many fine golf courses, dining, and local events.
New Smyrna Beach is approximately:
- 25 minutes from Daytona Beach International Airport
- 45 minutes from Orlando Sanford Airport
- 70 minutes from Orlando International Airport
Three private airports service the NSB area:
- New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport
- Spruce Creek Fly-In
- Massey Ranch Air Park
Traveling by car:
Access State Road 44 East to New Smyrna Beach via:
I-95 South, exit 249A
I-95 North, exit 249
Interstate 4 East, exit 118
- All Oceanfront Condos with Spectacular Ocean Views
- Located directly on the Atlantic Ocean
- Fully Equipped Kitchens
- Cable TV
- Washer & Dryer in each unit
- Two Heated Pools
- Two Heated Spas
- Four Har-Tru Tennis Courts
- Tennis Pro on Site
- Two Covered Parking Garages
- Casino Clubhouse
- Fitness Center
- Wide Screen TV
- Conversation Area
- Pool Table
- Men & Women Saunas
- Card Playing Area
- Free Wi-Fi connection in the Clubhouse
- Beautiful Beach to Walk, Bike, or go Shelling
- Golf Courses Minutes Away
- Fishing Charters Available
- Affordable Four Night, Weekly, and Monthly Rentals
- 2 Minute Walk to the Smyrna Dunes State Park
- Oceanfront Pavilion (Perfect for small weddings)
- Watch the Dolphins Swim from the Riverside Docks
- Barbecue Grills
Welcome to Volusia County. We share this very special part of Florida with Several Species of threatened and endangered sea turtles.
During the sea turtle nesting season, May 1st through October 31st, female turtles come ashore to lay their eggs in the dry sands above the tide line. About 2 months later the baby turtles (hatchlings) emerge from their nest and instinctively race to the ocean. Lights adjacent to the beach confuse hatchlings, often leading them away from the ocean and toward a certain death.
Please help us reduce the risk by complying with local lighting regulations. Keep balcony and porch lights turned off during the nesting season. Also, draw your drapes or blinds at night if your room is lighted. These few simple steps will greatly increase the chance that baby turtles will safely reach the ocean this summer.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!