Top Retirement Towns
What Naples is like for active adults
Naples represents the gold coast of southwest Florida. People who say they don’t like Florida might not have seen this upscale retirement community. Its downtown is as sophisticated as any in the world, but charming too – you can pull up to a 5 star hotel’s valet parking, and then walk 50 feet to a old-fashioned bar where you can listen to Irish singers. High end shops vie for your credit card...
What DeLand is like for active adults
DeLand is a small town just west of Daytona Beach in North Florida. It is the home of Stetson University, named after its early benefactor, the founder of the famous hat company. Stetson Univ. was the first private college in Florida. The campus is part of a National Historic District. Although the population is about 28,000 it is part of the Daytona metro which has a large population. It is the county seat of Volusia County...
What Sonoma is like for active adults
Sonoma is the center of the California's wine industry, situated as it is between Napa and Santa Rosa. It has historic town plaza, a remnant of when Sonoma was the capital of the short-lived California Republic. Surprisingly for a town of only about 10,000 people, Sonoma is a cultural powerhouse. It is home to the new $145 million dollar Donald and Maureen Green Music Center at Sonoma State University. The Center contains a recital hall, rehearsal rooms, and studios...
What Kerikeri is like for active adults
With the slogan attributed to a visiting backpacker - "So nice, they named it twice" - Kerikeri is a small town and popular tourist destination about three hours drive north of Auckland. With a population of 6,500 it is the largest town in Northland New Zealand. Known for its laid back, beach-oriented lifestyle, it is favored by many British retirees. Kerikeri was the site of the first permanent mission station in the country, and has some of the most historic buildings in the country...
State: NEW ZEALAND