Panama is a country with numerous paradisiacal beaches ideal for sunbathing and enjoying the sea. They are areas famous for their crystal clear waters or their perfect waves for surfing, among other things. In this article, we show you some of the best that you can visit ordered from least to most beautiful. What is the most beautiful beach in Panama?
15. Morrillo Beach
In the province of Veraguas we find Morillo beach. It is usually not very crowded. In addition, due to some accidents, bathing is prohibited in it. Only experienced surfers can enter the water.
14. Veracruz Beach
This beach is the closest to Panama capital, as it is about 20 minutes away by car. In it we find several restaurants known for their delicious fried fish.
13. Rio Mar Beach
Another outstanding beach in the Pacific is Río Mar, 96 km from Panama City. A river flows into it, so you can bathe in both salt water and fresh water. In addition, it also has a perfect area for surfing.
12. Playa Blanca
Playa Blanca is located in Coclé. This part of the Atlantic coast is made up of a tourist complex in which we find both luxury and all-inclusive hotels. Near this beach we find Farallón, a traditional fishing village.
11. Tortuguilla Beach
To enter Tortuguilla beach and the fort located near it you have to pay. This small beach in the San Lorenzo National Park is surrounded by selva and to get there you have to cross a rather charming path. It is also known as Batata beach.
10. Gorgona Beach
In Panama Oeste we find Gorgona beach, an area of white sand that is quite popular in summer, as it is located only 80 km from Panama City. You can stay in cabins or rental houses. In this video we can see aerial images of the area:
9. Big Island
Isla Grande is located in the Portobelo National Park, on the north coast of the Caribbean. To get here, you need to go by boat. It is a perfect island for diving, because the water is transparent. In it we find the statue of the Black Christ, placed in the sea.
8. La Angosta Beach
La Angosta Beach, in Colón, has a fee, since it is controlled by a private company. However, it is cleaning and has security. It has a part of white sand and another of black sand. If you go, you should know that it closes at four in the afternoon.
7. Farallón Beach
This Pacific beach is located in Farallón, a fishing village. It is mostly white sand and is located 120 km from Panama City. In addition, it is close to the Scarlett Martinez International Airport.
6. Santa Clara Beach
Another beautiful beach that stands out in Panama is Santa Clara, in Coclé, 13 km from Corona. This part of the Pacific coast is characterized by white sand. In it the sea is usually quite calm.
5. Venao Beach
Venao beach is on the Azuero peninsula, in the Pacific Ocean. It is a perfect beach for lovers of surf and in it several championships of this sport are celebrated. In addition, it is located next to the jungle.
4. Beach of the Stars
On the island of Colón, in Bocas del Toro, the beach of the Stars is located, which receives this name because in it you can see large sea stars orange. Remember that they cannot be touched or taken out of the water, as it is dangerous for your life.
3. Zapatilla Cays
Within the Bastimentos Marine Park we find Cayos Zapatilla, two paradisiacal islands of such beauty that they were the location of the first edition of the Spanish competition Survivors.
2. Saint Blaise
San Blas or Guna Yala is an archipelago of 365 islands in the Caribbean where the Guna indigenous people live. They are small islands perfect for bathing in calm waters.
In them there are traditional cabins to spend the night, although they do not have much infrastructure. All services are managed by the aboriginal.
1. Coiba Island
On Isla Coiba, in the Gulf of Chiriquí, there is one of the Coral reefs largest in the Pacific Ocean. Therefore, its beach is perfect for diving and enjoying the seabed. Although it may not seem like it, until 2004 the island was a prison.
For many people, Coiba Island is the most beautiful beach in Panama. In this video you can observe the beauty of this island and its coast, as well as the marine animals that you can find while diving in its waters:
Would you like to know this island? Or do you prefer another of the beaches that we have shown?
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