Best places to retire
Retiring at "the Golf Capital of the World"
Want to retire to Florida, but in the mood to find an exclusive spot that's both affordable and luxurious? You may not have to look farther than Ave Maria, an area which is rapidly becoming a college town and retirement community all in one. Homeowners in the area have access to the erudite facilities of Ave Maria University, and the town itself boasts many state-of-the-art amenities, from tennis courts to dog parks.
Not only that, Ave Maria is a stone's throw from Naples, Florida, the "Golf Capital of the World." To take full advantage of the lifestyle offered by the area, you may want to consider Del Webb Naples, a retirement community that has all the latest in amenities and activities.
Whether you want to practice your swing at the 18-hole championship Gordon Lewis golf course at Panther Run Golf Club - or with on-site PGA professionals - or just relax on one of the nearby beaches, there's something to do every day of the week at Del Webb Naples.
Feel like learning something new? Homeowners are entitled to classes at Ave Maria University as audit students, which means they get all the joy of learning, but none of the stress of homework or final exams.
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