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Enjoy Sunday Funday on the Space Coast

The one day that is always a fun day is Sunday!

When you’re ready for a getaway and you only have a weekend to spare, Florida’s Space Coast has quite the bit to offer anyone. From indoor and outdoor adventures that have you exploring the wild, or getting a bird’s eye view of the shoreline, or taking a food and drink tour around the area, no matter the reason for your visit, the one day that is a fun day for everyone is Sunday. Here’s a few ways to enjoy a Sunday funday on the Space Coast.


What’s better than sleeping in without a care in the world? The only thing better than getting those extra few hours of sleep is rolling out of bed and grabbing brunch. And there are plenty of lip-smacking, make you go Mmm…Mmm…Mmmm spots here on the Space Coast. They are perfect for those of you starting your Sunday off just a little later. Depending on what you’re craving, check out some of these favorites while you are here.

Backwater | Downtown Melbourne

19 Municipal Lane, Melbourne | (321) 837-3925

This small mom-and-pop café has incredible food, friendly service, and built-in griddles so you can make your own pancakes. This unique spot serves food sourced from local farmers, ranchers, and fisherman, so you get a tried and true, authentic Floridian meal in a casual laidback environment.

Simply Delicious | Cocoa Beach

125 N. Orlando Avenue, Cocoa Beach | (321) 783-2012

For a place that gives you healthy food options suitable for those who are vegan, vegetarian, or prefer to eat gluten-free, Simply Delicious serves up some of America’s favorite indulgences. From bacon and cream cheese-filled French toast to homemade bread and biscuits to eggs Benedict and homemade grits, you won’t want for anything else after a meal here.

Grills | Cape Canaveral – The Cove

500 Glen Cheek Drive, Cape Canaveral | (321) 868-2226

Heading out for Sunday brunch can mean a few things: you had way too much fun the night before and need something to remedy that headache, or you slept in just because you can. Whether those are your reasons or not for taking your time on Sunday morning to go out and about, Grills has some of the best brunch options, and of course a tasty Bloody Mary. And Grills is a great spot to order your meal to-go if you’re planning to spend the day out on a boat.

For more brunch options on the Space Coast, click here.


You can’t have a true Sunday funday without hitting up the beach at some point in the day. Whether you plan to enjoy a whole day soaking up the sun, a few hours catching some of the best surf, riding bikes, or just a morning or evening stroll, as long as you take advantage of the pristine beaches of the Space Coast, you are sure to have more than a good day; you’ll have a day full of making memories that will last a lifetime. Here are a few of the best spots for your beach fix on a Sunday.

Playalinda Beach | Titusville

Florida State Road 406/402, Titusville | (321) 267-1110

Jetty Park | Cape Canaveral

400 E. Jetty Road, Cape Canaveral | (321) 783-7111

Canova Park | Indian Harbour Beach

3299 Highway A1A, Indian Harbour Beach | (321) 255-4400

**One of two beaches that are dog friendly on the Space Coast**

For more beach locations, check out all your options here.


Sunday funday is supposed to be fully enjoyed because it means it’s the last bit of weekend left before you kick off the start of a new week. And if you’re gearing up for a busy week ahead, sitting back, relaxing, and taking in a deep breath is necessary. And with views like the ones here on the Space Coast, you’ll not only enjoy the day, but you’ll be all ready to take on the week ahead. So where are some of the top places for views on the Space Coast? Check out these favorites:

Rising Tide Tap & Table | Cape Canaveral – The Cove

523 Glen Cheek Drive, Cape Canaveral | (321) 576-0676

For a view of the Exploration Tower with hues of red, orange, and yellow, head over to Rising Tide Tap & Table to take in a Space Coast sunset. Couple the view with your drink of choice and voila…the perfect end to your Sunday funday.

Fishlips | Cape Canaveral – The Cove

610 Glenn Cheek Drive, Cape Canaveral | (321) 784-4533

If you plan for happy hour at Fishlips, you’re bound to catch at least one of the several cruise ships that call the Space Coast home.

Eau Gallie Arts District (EGAD) | Melbourne

587 W. Eau Gallie Boulevard, Melbourne | (321) 574-2757

Take a walk in the Eau Gallie Arts District where the walls come alive. View artistry at its finest as you take a stroll and enjoy mural-lined streets.

For more ideas of things to do to take in the view, click here.

Think about spending your next Sunday funday on the Space Coast. You won’t be disappointed. For all things Space Coast, check out the Vacation Planner to help you discover places to stay and other things to do, or click on the links below for more on what this area has to offer.

Places to stay


Things to do

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Vacation Planner for Florida’s Space Coast

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