Top Retirement Towns
Boynton beach(38095 Views)
What Boynton Beach is like for active adults
Settled in 1894 by Nathan Boynton, Boynton Beach originated as a healthful resort in southeast Florida. A popular retirement community, the city includes sections that are on the barrier island and the connecting mainland to the east. This growing retirement community manages to retain some of the old Florida charm as a community with many retirees plus a diverse community of all ages. The friendly city is warm in the winter and has a rich array of choices for retirement living...
What Valdosta is like for active adults
Valdosta is a growing town of about 58,000 in south-central Georgia. A college town, it has everything from Valdosta State University to the revitalized downtown venues for dining, shopping and cultural activities. The 'Dosta Playhouse, to the largest Arts Center in the region, Moody Air Force Base, wonderful healthcare with a regional Medical Center, low cost of living and very affordable housing and taxes. You will like the Spanish Moss that adorns the majestic Live Oak trees in Valdosta...
What Georgetown-TX is like for active adults
Georgetown is a small town in central Texas, just north of Round Rock and about 27 miles from Austin. It is the county seat of Williamson County. The presence of Southwestern University gives the community a college town feel. The town has an impressive collection of well preserved Victorian and pre-WW1 downtown historic districts, with The Beaux-Arts Williamson County Courthouse (1911) as its centerpiece...
Santa cruz(4459 Views)
What Santa Cruz is like for active adults
Santa Cruz is the capital of the Costa Rican canton of the same name in Guanacaste Province. The population of the entire canton is 43,000. This typical Costa Rican rural town consist mostly of farmers, fishermen, workers, or tourist workers.The town is known within Costa Rica for its cultural heritage and many historical traditions. These traditions include the Fiesta de Semana Santa (Easter week celebration) including traditional bullfights...
State: COSTA RICA