Why Retire in Napa? How Many Reasons Do You Need?

September 17, 2014

If you’re looking for a rich, robust new hometown to enjoy the next stage of your life, Napa in California has many facets for you to consider.

 

The wine, of course.
Did you think wine tasting was a simple affair? As revealed in this slide show from Food & Wine, the best Napa Valley wineries to visit feature a tasting room in a cave, artisanal cheese pairings, on-site sommeliers and more. Unsure how to start? Begin with these 9 Unforgettable Food & Wine Experiences in Napa Valley.

 

Delectable cuisine.
Speaking of food, some of America’s most celebrated chefs bless us with their culinary genius. Just print out this list of Napa restaurants from Zagat’s 7 Best Foodie Trips Around Northern California and start nibbling.

 

Endless activities.
Need to burn off some calories from the restaurants above? Try swimming in hot springs or hiking through vineyards or floating in a hot air balloon – you’ll wonder how to cram everything in. Check out this diverse list of 50 Things to Do in Napa and Sonoma Before You Die.

 

Good health.
Citizens of Napa and nine other cities around the globe told CNN how their city inspires good health and why they strive to make wellness a priority. While the benefits of red wine may still be debated, the Napa Valley also brims with fresh local produce, great medical services, and a neighborly sense of community.

 

The best things come in small packages.
Don’t take our word for it. Conde Nast Traveler named Napa one of the 10 Best Small Cities in America this year. Come see it for yourself. Call us today at 1-888-327-8111 to schedule your complimentary prospective resident visit.