Great Retirement Spots

"It's not down on any map; true places never are." ~Herman Melville

Laguna Beach, Florida

Low key Laguna Beach sits on the central Florida Panhandle coast and is a residential community with a long, wide stretch of undeveloped soft white sand tucked against the dazzling, warm turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

Cloudcroft, New Mexico

Tucked high in the majestic Rocky Mountains and surrounded by national forest, little Cloudcroft is remote, rustic and a bit touristy, thanks to the elegant, possibly haunted Lodge at Cloudcroft.

Swansboro, North Carolina

Sitting between the Intracoastal Waterway and the White Oak River on the North Carolina mid-coast, homey Swansboro boasts clean beaches, unspoiled boating areas, cute downtown and more.

 

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