Le Atlántico Condo is located right on the beach. Within a few steps from the doors, you and Fido will be walking on the World's Most Famous Beach.
Living right on the beach has a number of advantages including being close to some of the finest seafood restaurants in the area! The best clubs in Daytona Beach are also along this section. But if you are looking for dog parks and pet supply stores, you should probably look at going back over on the mainland side of Daytona Beach where there are numerous private and chain pet supply stores for you to choose from.
As for the weather, you will love the winters here, even in January when the temperatures are in the high 40s and low 50s. On the other hand, summers are in the 90s with endless blue skies and only the occasional thunderstorm to break up the monotony and add a little more humidity to the air.
The terrain here is typical of that which you might expect to see anywhere on the beachside. In other words, it can be flat and unexciting. Of course, you have the beach at your fingertips, so why worry about much else?
However, there are going to be days when you and your pup might be better off using the sidewalks running up and down A1A. One thing you should know about these paved surfaces or even the sand along the beach is that temperatures can severely affect the comfort level of the terrain you're traversing. With searing pavement, walks out along the sidewalks during mid-summer is probably not the best option to keep your pup from dealing with discomfort or burns.
The best way to avoid this is to take your walks early in the morning when the whole area is nice and cool. Alternatively, invest in a pair of comfortable dog booties.
The only thing close to a green space in this area is the beach itself that runs for miles in either direction. You and your pup can use they softer sand to give your leg muscles a serious workout. With every step you take, the sand sucks at your feet, making it harder to walk in. It's a great workout for your leg muscles!
If you are truly interested in finding a green space to go hiking and to take in the scenery, it's only a short drive up Beach Street over on the mainland side to Tomoka State Park. This is a great place to go hiking with your dog. There is a half-mile long nature trail and a 1-mile long paved trail for both of you to check out. Take your time, enjoy your hikes, and keep a close eye out for bald eagles, bobcats, deer, black bears, or even the occasional gator along the way.