Top Retirement Towns
What Mendocino is like for active adults
Situated on the northern California coast above San Francisco, Mendocino is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the Golden State. This tiny town of just over 800 has a sizable artist population and great shopping. But most people come to see the unbelievable cliffs and rocks that tower over the raging Pacific Ocean below...
What Turrialba is like for active adults
Turrialba is in the center of Little Switzerland, an area so named for its resemblance to Switzerland with many beautiful mountain vistas, waters falls and cows used to produce the famous local cheeses. It is the the principal town in the Turrialba Canton, situated in east-central Costa Rica between San Jose and the Caribbean coast town of Puerto Limon. The elevation is about 646 meters above sea level, and lies at the foot of the Turrialba volcano and Turrialba mountain range...
State: COSTA RICA
What Cascais is like for active adults
About thirty minutes from Lisbon, Cascais is a small, bright, cosmopolitan city in Portugal nestled on the Atlantic coast. Swelling with tourists in the summer months, Cascais is populated by expats in addition to the Portugese all year round. Expensive by Portugese standards, expats find Cascais very affordable. Perfect for the active retiree, sailing, biking and golfing are all popular activities.
Photo of Cascais beach courtesy of Osvaldo Gago and Wikipedia...
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What Rio Rancho is like for active adults
Rio Rancho is the third-largest and also one of the fastest growing cities in New Mexico. As of the 2010 census, this new and suburban city had a population of 90,000, a 75% rise from 2000. It lies in the Albuquerque Basin to the west of the Rio Grande, about 12 miles from Albuquerque. Although the community is very popular with young families, we hear reports that some people ofretirement age enjoy living here, some of them saying the community offers good value for the money...
State: New Mexico