Plan Your Visit to the Space Coast
Florida’s Space Coast is like no other. With over 72 miles of coastline, it’s incredibly diverse from north to south and has an adventure for every visitor. As you discover what makes up Florida’s Space Coast, you will learn that it is so much more than the place for space. So, whether you’re planning a romantic getaway for two, a family vacation, or a cruise from Port Canaveral, we invite you to find your space, plant your beach chair and breathe in the ocean air.
Whether you're visiting the Space Coast for the first time or you've been here before, you'll see that there is always something happening throughout Brevard County!
Brevard County, known as the Space Coast, has over half a million residents. Located east of Orlando and halfway between Jacksonville & Miami. Brevard County extends 72 miles from north to south along Interstate 95 and averages 26.5 miles wide.
Includes cities of Melbourne, Palm Bay, Titusville, Merritt Island, Coco Beach, Rockledge, Viera, West Melbourne, Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Indialantic, Satellite Beach, Patrick Airforce Base and many more.
A high-tech workforce supported by the economic development growth of engineering, aerospace, information technology and space related careers.
Kennedy Space Center, with a record year of over 70 space missions, and more to come in 2024.
The 72 miles of pristine beaches, a cruise port, and a 73 degree average temperature draws more than 2.5 million tourists here annually.
Home to the closest beaches to Orlando, including the beautiful shorelines of the Canaveral National Seashore.
Port Canaveral is ranked as the world’s busiest cruise port in multi- day embarkations with nearly 4.3 million cruise ship passengers.
CNN Travel listed the Space Coast among the top 19 places in the world to visit in 2019.
Easily accessible from Florida’s largest domestic airport, Orlando International Airport, along with our own Orlando Melbourne International Airport.