Wide pedestrian corridor with sea side to side to go walking at sunset and enjoy the wind and sound of palm trees.
The Amador Causeway is worth visiting. It’s basically a land bridge that connects three islands by the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. It was created with huge rocks extracted during the excavations of the Canal. Amador is a friendly, breezy, tourist hotspot, an open area for a waterfront…
The Causeway Islands (Spanish: Islas Calzada de Amador) are four small islands by the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. They are linked to the mainland via a causeway, made from rock extracted during the excavations from the Panama Canal. In part the causeway was meant to serve as a breakwater…
One of the nicest places in Panama city. A beautiful afternoon walking, skating, cycling or just sit and watch the amazing sunsets over the Panama Canal
Amador causeway has shops, restaurants and fishing facilities.
“You can walk up this hill... however, most people drive... It is one way only so there can sometimes be a bit of a queue to get up and once there parking is limited... but the drive up and the amazing 360 degree views are well worth it!”
“The most luxury mall in the Panama City where you can buy anything you need. ”
“cheap seafood and 1 $ beers! about 15 restaurants in one spot across the ocean”