A vibrant, stimulating atmosphere, friendly folks, a rich football tradition, safe neighborhoods and an OLLI are Auburn highlights. It is a great retirement spot!
Overlooking Mobile Bay, picturesque Fairhope started out as a utopian settlement with a unique tax structure, one that continues today. The community also boasts friendly folks, waterfront charm and a gentle spirit. It is a great retirement spot!
People come to Gulf Shores, tucked along the central shore of Alabama, for its relaxing atmosphere, beautiful beaches, nine outstanding golf courses and deep sea fishing.
A touristy beach town, Orange Beach has sugar white beaches and emerald green waters. Is it a great place to retire?
This inviting Baldwin County town sits on Mobile Bay's eastern shore, and although it was not incorporated until 1993, Spanish Fort has a history that dates back to 1712. It has also doubled in size during the last decade or two.
The Heart of Dixie was admitted to the Union on December 14, 1819. The Cotton State was a major player in both the American Civil War and the American Civil Rights Movement. Montgomery was once the capital of the Confederacy and also the heart of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Its current economy is fed by agriculture, auto production, and aerospace. Only Arkansas and Georgia produce more broiler chickens. Alabamians built the Apollo 11 rocket and helped land the first human on the moon.
Bordered by Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, and the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama covers 52,423 square miles of land and water. Topography ranges from mountains and plateaus to river valleys, lowlands, and coastal plains. Average rainfall is 56 inches per year. Growing seasons can be long and summers hot. Winters are normally mild.
Mobile, Alabama has the oldest Mardi Gras celebration in the United States. Nicholas Langlois introduced Carnival to the city in 1703, 15 years before New Orleans was founded.
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