10 Best Places to Retire in Israel

Keep reading about best places to retire in Israel. You may be thinking of retirement and you don’t know where to go? Do you love sunshine, sea, fantastic wines? If yes, you need to just pack your luggage, put your sunglasses and sun lotion into your bag and go to Israel! Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find lots of interesting facts about his topic. The country has the highest standard of living in the region and is placed third in the whole of Asia. The disadvantage of living here is high costs of living in the country and high possibility of terrorist attacks.

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Its healthcare system is pretty good it has the 7th place in the world. According to Israeli Medical Association, the country has 3.43 physicians per 1,000 people or 25,850 in total. The number of hospital beds is low and stands at 1.87 beds per 1,000. The great thing is that healthcare is free for all citizens and residents.

We have picked three countries from Insider Monkey’s list for now: Rehovot, Hod Hasharon, and Bat Yam. In Rehovot the IM Score is  9, cost of living index is 91.52 and the hospital to population ratio is 66,335. The weather is very nice with the temperature is 62/88°F, rainy days: 0/20, while sunny days: 11/31. The thing that makes Rehovot attractive is the fact that the city isn’t crowded so you will be able to lead a calmer life if that is what you wish for. Still, you will be just 20 miles away from the city’s administrative center Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean Sea. . In Hod Hasharon  the IM Score is  10, cost of living index is 103.65 and the hospital to population ratio is 18 886. The weather is very nice with the temperature is 61/90°F, rainy days: 0/19, while sunny days: 11/31. The things said for Rehovot are also applicable to Hod Hasharon with the exception that the later one is pricier. Living here will be even more expensive than in New York. Residents are well educated and Hod Hasharon is a home to a large number of English speakers. The city also has a local country club and numerous sport and recreational facilities. . In Bat Yam the IM Score is  13, cost of living index is 90.99 and the hospital to population ratio is 12,889. The weather is very nice with the temperature is 62/88°F, rainy days: 0/20, while sunny days: 11/31. If you want more coastline cities, don’t worry, our list of best places to retire in Israel has plenty. Bat Yam is also in proximity of Tel Aviv and has amazing beaches. In the recent years, the city has seen increased investments in building new and upgrading old facilities, trying to attract more residents and tourists. Maybe it would be smart to get there before the word spreads out and everything becomes more expensive.

For any further interesting information, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 best places to retire in Israel.

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