AMADOR CAUSEWAY 

Enjoy one of Panamá City’s most fun-filled green spaces. The rock extracted when the Panama Canal was being built between 1904 to 1914 was used to build the causeway. The road extends 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) out into the Pacific Ocean, linking the mainland with the islands of Naos, Perico and Flamenco. 

From 1920 to 1980, fortifications were erected here to protect the southern entrance to the Panama Canal. It was part of a military base first called Fort Grant and later named Fort Amador. 

Amador Causeway

Getting There 

To get there on public transportation, take Metro Line 1, get off at the last stop at Albrook station, walk 100 meters (yards) south towards the Metro-Albrook bus station, and catch a C850 bus. This route begins and ends at the same stop. To see this and other Panamá City routes, go to https://www.mibus.com.pa/red-de-rutas/ 

To rent bicycles, scooters, etc. go to: 

Ferries to Taboga and the Las Perlas Archipelago:

calzada-de-amador

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