Retire in Playa del Carmen.
Retire in Playa del Carmen. This young city and the Riviera Maya in Mexico are great places to retire and have become in recent years more and more attractive for this group not only because of the climate, also because of first class facilities and affordability.
With an international airport only an hour away, it is easy, fast and affordable to stay connected with family in your home country. Playa del Carmen also provides many attractions in addition to the main ones like the white beaches, the turquoise Caribbean ocean or the Mayan ruins & culture.
The Mexican way of life is ideal for retirement. It provides a more laid-back atmosphere, one can relax and enjoy while still lead an active life. The friendly people, the cosmopolitan flair and the welcoming culture is perfect for low stress living.
You will fall in love with the fresh fruits, vegetables, fish and meats you can find at local markets and you will recognize how much money you can save. Even eating out at local restaurants is more affordable than you think.
Playa del Carmen offers housing for all budgets (renting or buying), has excellent and affordable health care (English speaking), world class shopping on 5th Avenue or in shopping malls, cheap public transportation, superb climate year around, a big expat community, diversity, walkability, hundreds of restaurants (also vegetarian and vegan) and many sports activities.
As a young city, Playa del Carmen is constantly changing, is full of energy and life, and is bilingual, which makes it even more attractive for retirees.
Buy a house or a condo in Playa del Carmen & the Riviera Maya including Tulum are great places to retire not only because of the beautiful white sandy beaches & the Caribbean Sea with sunny weather year around, also because of first class facilities, great infrastructure and affordability if you are on a budget…
How to get a Residency for Mexico
Learn about the different types of visas available for foreigners and get to know the best Immigration Specialist in Playa del Carmen
Most foreigners enter Mexico with a tourist visa that is valid for up to 180 days. But what if you want to stay longer or even move permanently to Playa del Carmen or the Riviera Maya?