Panama proudly showcases the many customs and traditions that make up its rich culture, from diverse dances to colorful clothing.
Today we will focus on the national costume called pollera and pay homage to the seamstresses and artisans who play a fundamental role in creating such important articles that have gained world renown for their beauty and singularity.
The essence of the people in each region of the country is reflected and highlighted through the history behind their individual pollera ensemble.
The 5.6% growth in tourism activity in Panama during 2013 is considered "very satisfactory" to the Deputy Administrator of the Panama Tourism Authority, Ernesto Orillac, according to official reports.
Known as one of the beaches with the most tourism development and infrastructure in the country, excellent hotels, supermarkets, restaurants, banks, private homes and housing projects, and all sorts of commercial services have been attracted to Coronado.
Following the Pan-American Highway and after passing the well-known hill called Cerro Campana, you will be en route to this beautiful beach with large waves. The national decree passed in 2014 makes it now part of Panama's tenth province named West Panama.