Coronado Del Mar is a beachside condo located on South Atlantic Avenue, midway between Flagler Avenue to the north and East 3rd Avenue to the south. Both of these streets are home to a number of shops, bars, restaurants, and, in the case of East 3rd Ave, a large Publix grocery store where you can stock up on both human and dog food.
Both streets turn into causeways that take you over to the mainland side of town where you will find more shopping, places to eat, and routes to both I-95 and I-4 for those who need to commute to places like Orlando, Daytona, Canaveral, and even Jacksonville.
Along with the beach, there are several other parks and nature preserves in the area. The one thing most people love about living here is that, while summers can be quite hot, winters are very mild and there aren't many days when the two of you will be able to blame the weather for not going walking.
Being on the main north-south road and between the two major shopping streets, you can expect the traffic to be pretty intense most of the day. It starts before morning rush hour and lasts late into the night. If this isn't bad enough, the sidewalks all up and down South Atlantic are typically filled with tourists and other pedestrians. If you have to walk your dog along this street, you should probably use a short leash to keep them safe and under control.
On the other side of your condo is the beach which is a great place to take your dog for long walks every day. Keep in mind that the sandy dunes are open to vehicular traffic as well as surfers, sunbathers, swimmers, kids of all ages, and other dogs. Trying to go for a walk when the beaches are full can be hazardous. The best time to go is during the early morning hours.
The nearest and by far largest green space is the beach. You can always count on its length for your daily walks. After all, it runs uninterrupted from the Ponce Inlet all the way down south to Port Canaveral. No one is suggesting you try to walk this far, but you can use the soft sand for a great workout and the wet sand for gentle walks on the beach looking for shells.
A ten-minute drive will take you to the tip of the peninsula and Smyrna Dunes Park. The park covers 73 acres and is one of the few county parks where dogs are allowed on a leash. There is 1.5-mile-long elevated boardwalk designed to protect the nicer sand from too many feet and paws. The boardwalk will take the two of you over to the beach where you can play and go swimming in the warm waters of the inlet together.