Retirement may mean going to a place to do more quiet/boring things. There is nothing wrong with that, except in the Caribbean one of the most relaxing places on earth. However, some people want a little more than that for their retirement, so if you are one of them, the first step we’d recommend to follow is to read some blog posts about the Caribbean because you’ll find a lot of great information and advice on the best places to retire in the Caribbean. Here’s some of them.
A haven for artists, creatives, beach lovers and sailors, St John is a place with beautiful beaches, many national parks, and a funky, artsy vibe. It’s not cheap, but you are paying to be part of a very special community.
One of the surfing capitals of the Caribbean, it is the far west of Puerto Rico. There are good air connections and properties are well priced compared to other Caribbean regions.
The most modern point on the Caribbean coast of Panama, this is an adventure destination for people who want to retire and continue in activity. While it’s getting more expensive, there are still good prices on waterfront property. Also, the cost of living is much lower than much of the Caribbean.
Sports such as windsurfing, kitesurfing and other adventure sports make this place an active destination in the Caribbean, with a good supply of real estate and a large number of beachfront properties.
Tucked away in the heart of the Grenadines chain, it is an island with a remarkably diverse character. This is a place for artists, adventurers and those who seek silence.
The coolest place in the Dutch Caribbean has long been a paradise for divers and this has created a mix of friendly and nautical-loving people. The gastronomic offer is one of the best in the Caribbean.
It’s expensive, elusive and precious! That’s the main reason people come here: to ensure privacy, luxury and a sense of exclusivity.
Roatán has long been a well-kept secret, both for tourists and people who want to spend their retirement years in the Caribbean. It has a fascinating cultural mix between foreigners and locals, who seek the tranquility of the Caribbean.
This small fishing village is at short distance from Cancun and Playa del Carmen, is a beautiful city with a charm that causes more and more people to move there. It is a place to be on the beach, enjoy its culture and its rich gastronomy.
At the tip of a long, narrow peninsula on Belize’s Caribbean coast, Placencia is lined with beaches and offers access to Belize’s incredible reefs. It is a quiet place, but designed for active people.