Good for shopping, eating, or strolling. Pretty little islands. Good views of the city. A little on the small side and slightly touristy.
You will enjoy this when you want to get away and relax. Sit and enjoy the views and the solitude on a weekday.
Beautiful sea views and lovely walk and bike-friendly area. Very safe. Many bars and restaurants along the way. It is lovely both in the evening and during the day. Highly recommend.
Amador Causeway it's an excellent place to visit. Either with ur couple, family or friends there are such nice activities to develop, for example, biking, swimming, running, in-line-skating, skateboarding, fishing and a lot more. There are a few hotels and many restaurants to eat all three meals and even delicious desserts like ice cream or the popular "raspao" (shaved ice).... More
Its a beautiful place by day to have a walk, rent a bike, fish from a dock or grab a nice lunch ( lot of cafes and restaurants). At night time is full of night clubs, bars, and always check for activities and concerts. Avoid the place on Sundays afternoon unless you like big crowds.
This área is huge, you can start near Balboa and the yacht club, walk along the Canal, (the mango trees are public property, eat all you can pick), enjoy the cool Pacific sea breeze, out on the 3 islands at the end is a Smithsonian Reserve open to the public, and restaurantes for every taste and budget. Look for signs... More
You can drive all the way to the end of the causeway, a duty free shop awaits you. There are small trinket shops but mostly bars in this area that on two visits here are sparsely populated. The grown of Panama City has driven most traffic to the more developed areas. The causeway does have nice views of downtown good... More
We wanted to go there, but had difficulties finding a taxi who wanted to get us there for a reazonable fee. When we finally arrived, the driver let us out at the site where the Museo de la Biodiversidad is being constructed since quite a number of years (it was supposed to have opened already), and we walked the complete... More
The Amador Causeway is a relatively new area catering to tourists. It was developed from stone dug for the Canal. There is a lovely walk along it entirety, maybe 2 miles. It is clean and you will see people biking, walking and taking pictures. There is a Duty Free Shop, but I think it was priced high compared to what... More
You'll get spectacular views of Panama City from the Amador Causeway. That, and you can cool off with an ice cream cone from one of the shops.
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