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Loreto attracts retirees and snowbirds beach sun


By Ocean Golf and Villa Rentals

In Canada every day is more significant the number of retirees or retirees who choose a Mexican town, to spend their years of rest roasting in the sun and only thinking about the snow in their country. To this number of retirees, the so-called ‘snowbirds’ join the club, who for years have traveled to the southern US state of Florida but since September 11, 2001, they began opting for Mexico to simply spend the winter.

Canadians who make that decision will voluntarily expand as they no longer return to their home country for their retirement, or in the case of the so-called ‘snowbirds’ spend only the winter months.

The ‘snowbirds’ and expatriates seem to prefer the center and the Pacific coast where Loreto is beginning to be popular along with San Miguel Allende, Ajijic, Guadalajara, Colima, Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, Mazatlan, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, and colonial cities such as Guanajuato, Mérida and Puebla are others loved by these Canadians.

The truth is that nobody knows, in Canada, how many ‘snowbirds’ and expatriates are in Mexico, although some media handle the figure of 100 thousand and others only 60 thousand, but according to McTavish, it is clear that the number is increasing. In Acapulco, the governor of the state of Guerrero, for years thous