If you are looking for a safe and relaxing vacation spot, why not choose America’s safest place to live? Who knows, after visiting the area you may decide it’s where you want to live.
So, what city is No. 1 on the U.S. News and World Report list of Safest Places to Live in the U.S. 2022-23?
It’s Naples, FL.
The city earned the top spot thanks to its low crime rate. The rankings are primarily based on the number of violent crimes and property crimes per 100,000 people.
But that’s not the only list where Naples ranks at the top. It ranks No. 2 on the list of Best Places to Retire in the U.S. Actually, Florida cities take up eight out of the top 10 spots.
Naples ranks so high because of the warm temperatures, beautiful beaches, high quality of life, and low crime rate. Nestled along the Gulf of Mexico, the area has upscale dining and shopping and is close to larger cities such as Tampa and Miami. The area’s shores, backwaters and bays are also popular among boaters and anglers.
It’s in a great location that’s easy to access for car or airline travel. The area has a large international airport with regular flights from just about anywhere in the U.S. as well as other countries. Interstate 75 and U.S. 41 run through the county, making it easy to visit other areas of the state.
U.S. News describes Naples as “Long known as a preferred retirement spot for the rich, powerful and cold-averse, the greater Naples and Marco Island area supplies pristine beaches, sprawling golf courses, and fine dining and shopping.”
Naples also makes the top 15 in the Best Places to Live (#12) and Fastest-Growing Places (#9).
If you are trying to decide where to take your next vacation or looking for a new place to call home, why not choose the safest place to live? Book your stay at the Inn at Pelican Bay and ask your concierge for the best places to visit while you’re here. You can make the Inn your second home away from home.
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