Ponce Inlet is a relatively large oceanfront FL city at the south end of A1A in Volusia County. Being the most Southern city along the beachfront in Volusia County, most all of its homes for sale are along the beach or are in relatively close proximity. This city covers a total of 14.7 square miles, with over 70% of the city as water from the Atlantic Ocean and the Halifax River. As of the 2004 census, Ponce Inlet has an estimated population amount of over 3,178 residents. If you are a fan of the beach life, and are a daily fisherman, then taking the extended drive out to Ponce Inlet is a prime choice for you and your family. The beach sands are white and soft, the water is a aqua clear blue coloration and the people are relaxed and genuinely happy with the overall city itself. The city of Ponce Inlet itself is located on a peninsula next to Ponce de Leon Inlet and in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Halifax River. Some of the fun and unique attractions other than the ocean here in Ponce Inlet include:
The majority of Ponce Inlet's historical significance is hosted inside the coquina rock and stone walls of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse. In 1887 the Ponce de Leon Inlet Light Station was completed in the area known formerly as Mosquito Inlet, for good reason. Since 1998, this historical lighthouse has been designated a National Historical Landmark by the state of Florida and is visited by over 80,000 people every single year. This amazing destination in Ponce Inlet is the highest lighthouse in the Sunshine state of Florida and the second highest in the nation, standing 175 feet tall, and boasts magnificent views of the entire Daytona Beach area. For more information about the Florida homes for sale in Ponce Inlet, please contact us.