The top 5 beach towns for retirees in the U.S.

Thanks to the Internet, people can find the entire world’s information in a moment at their fingertips. For Baby Boomers and seniors, everything from finding Medicare quotes to retirement destinations can easily be found online.

A recent AARP article listed five of the most affordable beach towns in the United States for retirees, so if you’re looking for a perfect retirement spot, start your Internet research for these places:

1/ Gulf Shores, Alabama: On the southern coast of the United States, this town is close to the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge, where you can occasionally see armadillos and wild boars.

2/ Santa Cruz, California: Enjoy the town’s amusement park and the rest of its 29 miles of beaches.

3/ Kitty Hawk, North Carolina: Kitty Hawk, along with the uniquely-named nearby locations Kill Devil Hills and Nags Head, are in the state’s Outer Banks, and feature a calm atmosphere.

4/ Rehoboth Beach, Delaware: Like Atlantic City, Rehoboth Beach features a beachfront boardwalk stretching one mile, so if you’re looking for a beach ambience with some cooler weather, this might be the pick for you.

5/ Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Visitors come here to see the Grand Strand, a long stretch of public beaches stretching about 60 miles long.
If you’re looking for beach, sun and fun, look online for these communities; maybe one of them is right for you!