Pensacola is Florida’s most affordable beach city — and it’s a beautiful place to retire, with idyllic white-sand beaches, rivers, bayous, and bays.
4 in the Cheapest US Beach Cities For Retirement In 2021
In the downtown area, you’ll find several historic sites, tasty eateries, and live art performances, and you can go fishing, paddling, surfing, and sailing on the blue-green waters that sweep the beach.
Don’t miss the National Naval Aviation Museum, the world’s biggest naval aviation museum, which houses over 150 restored aircraft.
The median home value in the city is $182,800 and you’ll pay around $1,291 in property taxes each year and $940 in housing costs every month.