Three Ways You Can Find & Research Places To Live In Mexico
Use our interactive map to explore some special & safe places in paradise. Click on the orange buttons on our interactive map for information on “living” in that place.
All of our “best places” are in the safe areas for living in Mexico. We keep lifestyle ratings for each place.
Search through one of our many regions of Mexico, from the adventurous Baja to the majestic Riviera Maya!
As you explore the many beautiful places in Mexico, we really encourage you to download our guide. You’ll it read again and again.
Click A City On Our Interactive Map To Explore It More
Click on the orange buttons on our interactive map for information on “living” in that place. The blue buttons are simply for reference – to give you an idea of where our “places” are relative to known Mexican cities. So, now sit back and start shopping for your new “place.” Below the map you can gain access to our Places To Live guide. Which consolidates the information for you to read at your leisure.
All of our “best places” are in the safe areas for living in Mexico (as designated by the U.S. State Department) and most have established ex-pat communities with whom you can connect for help and advice on how to muddle through the miasma that is often inherent in living outside the United States and Canada.
For detailed information by state on safety, click here to view our Safety review and stats.
In our “At a Glance” charts on each city page you visit, you will find ratings for Lifestyle and Safety. For the Lifestyle codes, a “-” will mean the low end of the range and a “+” will be the high end. For the safety ratings, the Mexican states are coded by number of Americans murdered in 2010 and 2011.
These place articles will give you some general information on what to expect in the areas we have highlighted. Each place article starts with a “Lifestyle” rating from our “Lifestyle Rating” chart which will give you an idea of what kind of net income it requires to live comfortably in the area.
If you haven’t rated your lifestyle yet, you can do so by using our Lifestyle chart and the related forms found on the Lifestyle menu. You will read about attractions in the area, shopping, international air travel, hospitals and medical care and the cultural distinctions that are unique to that part of Mexico.