Top Retirement Towns
Saint augustine(43828 Views)
What Saint Augustine is like for active adults
The City of Saint Augustine, Florida is the longest continuously occupied European settlement in the U.S. This popular retirement community was established in 1565 by the Spanish. It has been under 4 flags – Spanish, English, Confederate, and U.S. – and some of these (Spain and U.S.) more than once! Located on Florida’s northeast coast and southeast of Jacksonville, Saint Augustine has about 13,000 residents...
What Augusta is like for active adults
Augusta, Georgia, the "Garden City," is a city of contrasts. On one hand it is home to the oldest autonomous African-American Baptist church in the country. Its new motto is “We feel good” in honor of native son James Brown. And yet it is home to the most prestigious golf tournament in the world – The Masters. Augusta (population 181,000) is the second largest city in Georgia and is located in Richmond County...
Lake wales(7751 Views)
What Lake Wales is like for active adults
Lake Wales is a small town of about 12,000 in central Florida, near Kissimee and Winter Haven. People describe it as having a very charming little downtown representing old Florida at the time of the land boom of the 1920's. It's nickname is the "friendliest small town". There are 2 colleges in town, Warner University and Polk State College.Lakes Wales has a beautiful Historic Corridor where you can visit the restored Rhodesbilt Arcade, The Depot Museum and The Scenic Theater...
What Lucca is like for active adults
Lucca, Italy is a charming little town in Tuscany that has become a popular retirement spot for the British, French, and Germans in recent years. Although the city as a whole contains about 84,000 inhabitants, the old walled city, by far the most interesting part of town, has a population of only 7,500. Lucca's location in Tuscany about 50 miles west of Florence and 15 miles from Pisa is ideal...