Playa Damas is a great beach for all ages and for numerous activities. Calm, crystalline waters, coral reefs, and white sand make this Caribbean beach one of the most prominent in Panama and an ideal place to spend a sunny day.

With water as blue as the color of the sky and spectacular scenery, Miramar is a town on the Upper Coast of Colón and a port of great commercial importance to this part of Panama.

On his fourth and final voyage to America in 1502, Christopher Columbus sailed into this bay and christened it Portobelo, which is Italian for "beautiful port". Columbus was so moved by its beauty that he told his son Fernando to describe the place where they had just docked as "the loveliest thing you could ever see."

Isla Grande is the northernmost point of the isthmus of Panama and the largest island in the Bocas archipelago in the Caribbean Sea. Visitors to this picturesque island will enjoy the sun, tropical vibes, and exquisite Caribbean dishes prepared with coconut milk. The sea is crystal clear to appreciate the coral reefs and also has good waves for surfing.

Even before the Spanish conquest, the Las Mendozas swimming hole was an important place for residents who lived in what is now the area of Penonomé. Its strategic location on the Zaratí River and position between the mountains and the coast made it an important zone for commerce.