Azuero’s Sunset Coast

Panama’s Azuero Sunset Coast is located in the province of Veraguas, on the western side of the Azuero Peninsula. This region is remarkable for many reasons, including its long, long stretches of spectacular and dramatically beautiful coastline. In addition, this western side of Azuero is unique because, thanks to the way the peninsula is situated, it is the only accessible part of this country that allows for sunset views over the water. Most of the investment to date on Panama’s Azuero Peninsula has been focused on the eastern coast, in the province of Los Santos, where several developments are under way. The western-facing coast, where Los Islotes lies, is less developed and more dramatic.

Nearby are Cerro Hoya National Park, Coiba Natinal Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where jaguars and ocelots roam free and the scarlet macaw is common), deep-sea fishing (some of the best in the world), surfing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Around Coiba lies the largest coral reef on the Pacific side of the Americas.

Centuries ago, early explorers to these shores brought with them their Spanish culture and heritage. Panama today is the region’s melting pot, attracting investors, entrepreneurs, adventurers, and retirees from around the world. Panama is also one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, a land of promise and opportunity where both the Old World and the New are valued.

Los Islotes, perched on one of this country’s most beautiful stretches of Pacific coast, is your chance to position yourself to benefit from all that Panama has to offer while enjoying a world-class coastal lifestyle, either full- or part-time, in retirement or as soon as you’re ready.