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Hi. I am currently living in the US but would like to move to Italy in the near future. I have visited several time and enjoyed the European lifestyle. I was wondering if anyone had any advice on the best places to live on the Adriatic side in central Italy. I am 50 years old and looking for a simple life where I can enjoy the land, sea, fresh food and genuine people. Thanks you for any input!
I live about 15 miles from the Adriatic coast and find it a wonderful place to live and quite reasonable too, The people are friendly costs are moderate. However, he answer to your question really depends on what you mean by a simpe life? It could mean a small rented house with two bedrooms, a small car, eating out a couple of times a month, and a small household budget OR it could mean cutting back on the size of your pool and the number of domestic staff looking after you in your simple mansion. I can speak for the former, you will need to cover expenses of around 2000 per month for two people, a small car, mobile phone, internet etc eating well BUT everyone's lifestyle is different. How about a small seaside town which is full of charm ( and tourists sometimes) Look at Caorle on the net. In most of the Adriatic expect to speak Italian and have some amount of poor weather from November to early March
I came 2 years ago and will have to be taken home in an urn
Good luck

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