Since these five places offer a quality life, they are in high demand. These places have a large number of restaurants, affordable places to shop, entertainment places, lower poverty rates, median home prices, and household incomes than other places in Florida. In no particular order, let’s explore these five best places.

1. Parkland

More than 30,000 people are currently residing in the Parkland City of South Florida. It has best schooling system in the entire Florida state, so if you’re concerned about your child education, you’ll be happy to move here. The city is one of the safest places to live and has low crime rates. This small town borders the Everglades National Park and beautiful beaches are just a short drive away.

2. Destin

Destin is a small city of fewer than 13,000 people is more “southern” and far from Florida places like Miami and Orlando. The Choctawhatchee Bay borders one side of the city, and the other hand has gorgeous beaches. The crime rate is far lower than the national average, unemployment is quite low, and job options are much better than other places in Florida.

3. Satellite Beach

Only 10,000 residents call Satellite Beach their townhome. Both property and crime rates are low as compared to national average. There are far more entertainment places, shops, and restaurants than you will find in Florida other places of the same size. Student test scores are better than other cities. Unemployment is low, and people here can enjoy a peaceful life.

4. Niceville

Only about 12,000 residents call Niceville their townhome. The city has a lower cost of living, lower crime rates than other excellent places in Florida. Student scores are highly appreciated. Shops and restaurants offer reasonable prices with a strong sense of community.  If you’re fond of fishing, beaches, and boating, then Niceville is the best place to reside in the Florida state.

5. Palm Beach

The town only has 14,000 people and is considered best for rich and famous people. Crime rates are low when compared to any other place in the U.S. The schools offer quality education. The dining, shopping, and recreational activities are world class. In short, all quality factors are excellent except the factor ‘affordability.’ The cost of housing and living is quite high, but if you can afford to live in the Palm Beach County, you don’t want to move to any other place in Florida.