Panama - Peninsula de Azuero (PDF Chapter)
This is the Península de Azuero chapter from Lonely Planet’s Panama guidebook.
Cherished as Panama’s cultural heart and soul, Península de Azuero is a farming and ranching hub, and the strongest bastion of Spanish colonial influence extant in the country. The area’s rolling hills are matched by a long and lovely coastline.
- ride the waves and stay in cool lodgings at Playa Venao, which is managing to evade the mainstream
- enjoy Pedasí, which offers the down-home ambience of a small town with lovely boutique lodgings, a few good eateries and long bike rides to the beach
- spot sea turtles as they arrive at Isla Cañas by the thousands during their annual nesting
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Chitré & around Chitré, Interior Azuero, Macaracas, La Villa de Los Santos, Guararé, La Enea, Las Tablas, Pedasí & around, Azuero Coastline.