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Where to Retire: Georgia

Is Georgia on your mind? More people are finding Georgia is the place to retire thanks to the pleasant temperatures and proximity to major cities. The economy is strong yet the real estate market is very reasonable.

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Read about Augusta, GeorgiaAUGUSTA, GEORGIA
Augusta is more than just the home of the world's most important golf tournament. It is a thriving city with a rich history and a bright future. Located in the east central section of Georgia, tucked up against the South Carolina state line, Augusta's first settlers, led by Gen. James Oglethorpe...

Read about Brunswick, GeorgiaBRUNSWICK, GEORGIA
Brunswick is laid out in squares, making the town easy to navigate. One of Georgia's "Main Street" cities, community leaders are actively working to revitalize the town through Blueprint Brunswick. The distinctive Clock Tower has been restored at a cost of approximately $2 million, and, at the other...

Read about Jekyll Island, GeorgiaJEKYLL ISLAND, GEORGIA
Jekyll Island offers much to the nature lover. The beach, of course, is ideal for walking, sunning and shell collecting, and you might even catch a glimpse of island wildlife such as deer bounding through the wooded dunes. Bird-watchers also are in for a treat; in addition to the local population...

Read about Peachtree City, GeorgiaPEACHTREE CITY, GEORGIA
Once within the Peachtree City's limits, residents need not use their automobiles until it's time to leave. A 90-mile-long network of paved pathways links retail centers, residential communities and public spaces. Pedestrians, cyclists and golf cart drivers meander through shady...

Read about Savannah, GeorgiaSAVANNAH, GEORGIA
Savannah was established in 1733, west of where the river of the same name meets the Atlantic Ocean, by Gen. James Oglethorpe. The colony of Georgia, the last of the original 13, was a haven for England's working poor, who flocked to the New World looking for a new start. Under the...

Read about St Marys, GeorgiaST. MARYS, GEORGIA
The St. Marys River forms part of the boundary between Florida and Georgia, and Jacksonville, the Sunshine State's largest city, is just a short drive to the south. Steeped in history, the small town offers tram tours that provide details of its development. Orange Hall, which is...

Read about St. Simons Island, GeorgiaST. SIMONS ISLAND, GEORGIA
Spanish explorers seeking gold visited St. Simons Island more than 400 years ago, finding instead on today's Golden Isles breathtaking beauty and a temperate climate. But the peace of the Mocama mission was not to last. In 1702, James Moore of South Carolina led a sea and land attack that....

Read about Tybee Island, GeorgiaTYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA
The Tybee Island Light Station, located near the mouth of the Savannah River, has been guiding ships since 1736 and, at 90 feet tall, at one time was the highest structure in America. The original lighthouse has been replaced several times. Tybee Island blossomed as a resort in the late...

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