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south of St. Augustine/north of Melbourne

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We're looking for a beach town along the Atlantic coast that is low-key and non-glitzy, casual dining, with a bit of old Florida - some condos (as we'll be renting one) - but not masses of highrises.
We'll be there at the end of March, so avoiding the spring break crowd is a must.
We want to explore the area from Ocala to the Kennedy Space Center, Canaveral State Park, maybe Disney World.
There'll be 6 of us - 2 seniors, 2 parents, 2 kids - 12 and 15.
Any condo info much appreciated too.
Thanks.

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