Panama Surf School

 Panama Surf School

Our team
Panama Surf School is deeply connected to the local surf culture, reflecting the authentic vibe of the Panamanian coastal community. As our school has grown, so has our team of instructors, a diverse group with a true passion for surfing.
Over time, we have expanded our language capabilities to include English, Spanish and French. Our instructors are there to make everyone feel comfortable and welcome, ensuring that language is never a barrier to enjoying the waves and the beauty of the Panamanian coastline. Join us for a down-to-earth surfing experience that embraces the true spirit of our local surfing community.
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(507) 6673 0820

Cafe Med

The place is a fantastic day or night, intimate, decorated, luxurious attention with the details of its owner Franco, the spectacular food. This restaurent is the best in Coronado it is a must . 

 On Roberto Eisenmann Street in Coronado Just seven minutes from accommodations EL Litoral bed and breakfast

Monday 5–10 PM Tuesday 5–10 PM Wednesday Closed Thursday 5–10 PM Friday 5–10 PM Saturday 12–11 PM Sunday 12–9 PM

Playa Serena Coronado

Playa Serena in Coronado
This stunning beach called Playa Serena is
a fascinating mix of black and sparkling white sand, this beautiful beach is inside the community so quiet and very safe. You can get there through one of the many public entrances, every day this beach changes its design and appearance. The best entrances are near the Blue Bay Coronado Golf and Beach Resort, with street parking available nearby. The calm water and gentle breeze are perfect for a long walk or a relaxing swim. Between the Coronado Bay Condominiums area and the expansive waterfront, tranquility is at its best and ready to be explored. This is a beautiful beach to simply spend the day relaxing with family and friends and taking photos of the sunrise and sunset.


Ciao Ragazzi, only by trying it will you understand the difference!!!
CIAO RAGAZZI is the number 1 Italian restaurant and pizzeria franchise in Panama, offers original and healthy Mediterranean cuisine, healthy and gluten-free pizza, pasta and dessert options, uses original and traditional recipes from each region of Italy, is one of the formats most imitated by pseudo-Italian restaurants and pizzerias in Panama. Beware of imitations!!!
Monday to Sunday from 11:45 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Friday and Saturday open until 10 p.m.

Coronado Thursday Market

Take home a special souvenir from your trip to Panama by visiting the Thursday Market in Coronado. Our diverse mix of international farmers, artisans, artisans and bakers with exclusive products is sure to put a smile on your face. This busy weekly outdoor market, open every Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., often has more than 50 vendors to serve you. The market is covered, bright and airy, and the friendly and cheerful atmosphere is omnipresent. Discover unique, authentic, Panama-made, handcrafted indigenous clothing, crafts and gifts, purses and handbags, Turkish towels, kimonos, beachwear, t-shirts shirts, clothing for women, men and children, hats and shoes, jewelry, natural creams and cosmetics, CBD products, pots and plants and various items for the home and garden are some of the delights crafts found on the market. You will definitely be tempted to buy a gift for someone you love or for yourself! See for yourself why our suppliers are so popular.

Altos de Campana National Park

Altos de Campana is the oldest national park in Panama. Established in 1966, this 4,817-acre (1,950 ha) park is a good place to view orange-bellied trogons and other avian species. It's a short drive from Panama City and is an easy stopping point along the Inter-American Highway.

Bird watchers are fond of Altos de Campana because the park is home to species threatened in other parts of Central America, including the purple-bellied hummingbird, white-tipped sicklebird, and bronze-tailed plumelet. Other bird species include orange-bellied trogons, rufous motmots, collared aracaris and the chestnut-headed finch. In total, some 267 bird species live or migrate through Altos de Campana.

is a good place to spot orange-bellied trogons and other avian species. Highway. Opening time = 8:30 a.m.

Closing time = 4:30 p.m.

Panama Canal

Panama Canal
Do you want to see how ships pass through the Panama Canal locks? The building has a terrace on the ground floor and stands on the 1st level to observe the operation of the canal, the passage of ships through the locks and their movement. It's the perfect place to take photos and keep memories of this engineering marvel. Vessel transits may vary depending on schedules.

Our new Miraflores observation deck offers visitors an exceptional view of the workings of our canal. With a strategic location and modern design, the lookout offers a unique experience to closely observe the fascinating transit of ships through the iconic century-old locks.

Casco Viejo the hold city

 Casco Viejo (the old town)

A few blocks east of Iglesia de La Merced is La Catedral Metropolitana. It is located on the west side of Plaza Mayor, also known as Independence Square. The Panama Canal Museum and the Municipal Palace are also located in this square, making the surrounding area always lively. There is almost always an event taking place just steps from the giant church doors, so it's worth visiting for no other reason than to soak up the surrounding scene.

The construction of La Catedral Metropolitana lasted 108 years, between 1688 and 1796, after which it was practically abandoned. It bears witness to two very important elements of Panamanian history. The readings of the Declaration of the Emancipation of Panama from Spain in 1821 and the separation of Panama from Colombia in 1903 were read from the steps of the cathedral.
Renovated in 2003, the cathedral, with its black and white checkered marble floors and huge organ, is the largest church in Casco Viejo as well as one of the largest in Central America. In fact, small flat-screen monitors are mounted on its columns to give parishioners a better view of Mass, although I suspect they were installed when the pope celebrated Mass in January 2019. Despite its grandeur, the well-air-conditioned and bright interior has an inviting feel