According to the U.S. Census Bureau, all baby boomers will be age 65 or older by 2030.
When you hit that age, you probably want to retire from your active work-life and spend the remaining time in a relaxing way.
Also, you might want to go to a different place that suits your lifestyle.
Well, a retirement blog -Topretirements.com - came up with a list of 10 interesting places to retire.
Interestingly, two places in the Florida state made it to the list - Jensen Beach and Dunedin.
The blog mentioned that Jensen Beach is 'an interesting and occasionally funky downtown with art galleries, shops, and restaurants.'
"There are a tremendous number of old manufactured home and mobile home (including RV) communities here, many of which have great views across the Intracoastal toward the barrier island and the Jupiter Inlet Aquatic Preserve," said the blog.
About Dunedin, the blog said that this place will be loved by those 'who like vital small towns and being close to the beach.'
"While visiting the Visitors Center we found out that people of all ages are moving to Dunedin, not just retirees. There are brewpubs, a distillery, and several good restaurants," the blog said. "Dunedin offers a casual, small-town atmosphere that is close to important cities - it is an ideal combination if you want both. The people who live here are crazy about it."
Want to know which other places made the list?
Watch the video above to find out.
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