Causeway or Calzada de Amador

Causeway - Calzada de Amador, Panama Republic

Sailboats anchored on the Amador Causeway.

In order to stop the flow of the Panama Bay and prevent sedimentation in the entrance of the Panama Canal, the “Causeway” was built between 1903 and 1904.
The Causeway is made up of three islands Naos, Perico and Flamenco, which were linked with soil from the excavations of the Gaillard Cut. This road is a favorite of locals and tourists for cycling, walking, rollerblading, fishing, eating and generally having a healthy recreation time.
The Causeway combines spectacular seascape and a beautiful view of the entire city, including the Cerro Ancon, where a Panamanian flag waves in the wind.
Only 15 minutes from the city there is a place not to be missed, and Panama Dream Tours can offer you the complete guide for all recreation places of this beautiful road.