What are the best places to retire in Spain?


So what are the best places to retire in Spain? You may be thinking of retirement and you don’t know where to go? Do you love sunshine, sea, fantastic wines? If yes, you need to just pack your luggage, put your sunglasses and sun lotion into your bag and go to Spain! Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find lots of interesting facts about his topic. This country has a rich history, being a pioneer in maritime exploration. Its healthcare system is pretty good it has the 8th place in Europe. Regarding to the report from the United States Overseas Security Advisory Council about the safety in this country for 2017, life in Spain isn’t dangerous. Of course you need to take care at those places that attract tourists and visitors. However, this is the same situation everywhere in the world. Those places that are visited by large numbers of tourists can be the pickpockets’ favorite places, too.

If you get tired of beaches, you can go to the mountains to have a trip, as there are the Pyrenees or Sierra Nevada Mountains,where you can pursue winter sports. The disadvantage is this country that the governmental corruption is very high.

In order to get the right answer, Insider Monkey has consulted sites like Expat Exchange, Investopedia, Numbeo, Word Weather Online, and Google Maps. The places were ranked by the cost of living index, hospital to population ratio, and temperature, rainy days and sunny days. We have picked three places for now: Bilbao, A Coruna, and Valencia. In Bilbao the IM Score is 12, the cost of living index is 67.98, the hospital to population Ratio is 20,301, the temperature is 55/76°F, rainy days are 7/25, the sunny days are 2/23. It is the most expensive place in the list, but if you have enough spare money, you will like it very much. In A Coruna the IM Score is 19, the cost of living index is 59.48, the hospital to population Ratio is 14,351, the temperature is 52/72°F, rainy days are 6/27, and the sunny days are 3/22. IT is in the region of Galicia, it is the perfect place for those who love beaches. In Valencia the IM Score is 20, the cost of living index is 54.56, the hospital to population Ratio is 41,589, the temperature is 57/85°F, rainy days are 4/11, and the sunny days are 15/27. If you prefer huge mountains, you will love this place. Also you can see beautiful ancient markets, cathedrals, towers, squares and much more.
For any further interesting information, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about the best places to retire in Spain.