Greenwich is the best place to retire in Connecticut, according to a recent study, thanks in part to the city\u2019s high concentration of doctors' offices and recreation centers. It\u2019s closely followed by Ridgefield, New Milford, and Westport. For those planning to retire in the sun at an affordable price, Florida may still be the place to go and for good reasons, according to SmartAsset, a financial tech company that recently released its annual ranking of the top retirement destinations in each state and nationwide. Several Florida towns ranked high in the survey, mostly for their quality of life and low tax rate. Naples, Florida, ranked as the best retirement destination in the United States, SmartAsset said. Half of the Gulf Coast town\u2019s population are seniors,\u00a0which is more than double the nationwide average. Naples also boasts 28 doctors' offices per 1,000 residents. By contrast, Connecticut towns on average have 1 doctor's office per 1,000 people. Cummings, Georgia, and Beverly Hills, California, took the second and third spots as best retirement destinations, respectively. To determine the best places to retire, SmartAsset looked at factors including state and local tax rates, the number of doctors' offices and available recreation and social centers for retirees. Greenwich, Ridgefield and New Milford have at least 6 doctors\u2019 offices per 1,000 people, at least twice more than any other towns in the top 10 in Connecticut. They also had the most opportunities for social activities with other retirees of any cities in the state. Shelton has the highest share of seniors among all the top cities in Fairfield County, at 20 percent, but just 1 doctor\u2019s office per 1,000 people.