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Contemplating Retirement? Where to Spend Your Golden Years

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If retirement is within your reach, there's no better time than the present to make plans for your Golden Years. Many are choosing to flock south, where warm weather and sunshine are available in abundance. There is a large retired population in Florida particularly. Whether you're interested in vacation condos to escape to for the winter or a permanent home, Florida is a great option. If you find yourself contemplating a move to this peninsula, you're sure to find something you love.


One thousand people move to Florida each day. Part of the popularity might have to do with Florida's lack of harsh weather, with average temperatures hovering between 68 and 82 degrees. Florida also has living situations to fit any lifestyle. It boasts the two ingredients for a perfect retirement: sun and surf.

If you're looking for advice on a specific location, look no further. One well-hidden destination spot is Sanibel Island. It has a tropical atmosphere with a small-town feel. There are only 6,000 permanent residents on the island and not one traffic light. It boasts 15 miles of white sand beaches and only two buildings higher than three stories tall. It is lined with vacation condos and homes, making it a great place to relax and unwind.

Geographically speaking, Sanibel is a barrier island off Florida's southern Gulf Coast. It is 33 square miles. The island maintains its small-town feel through a strict building code, put in place during the development boom in the 1960's. Residents don't have to worry about Sanibel becoming a hub for industry and commercial businesses. Instead, they are free to enjoy their vacations and retirements in peace.

On Sanibel Island, you can find a home that suit your retirement. Whether you're interested in island condos, oceanfront rentals, weekly vacation rentals, or other vacation accommodations, there is something for everyone on Sanibel Island.

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