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Panama Island Real Estate

The most stunning beaches are to be found on the islands of Panama. The Pearl Islands and Bocas del Toro have been in the spotlight recently as the choice location for a number of “Survivor” television programs from twelve countries. Crystal clear waters, coral reefs, rainforests and coconut palms are back drops for sailing, diving, fishing, or merely soaking up the sun in your own piece of paradise.

Pearl Islands

From Panama City, a fifteen minute plane ride (Aeroperlas) or a two hour ferry ride to Contadora takes you into the land of pirates and pearls where over 90 islands and 130 islets make up the Archipiélago de las Perlas, named by Vasco Nunez de Balboa in 1513.

We have properties and ocean front houses for sale in Contadora, Punta Cocos, Viveros, Pedro Gonzalez and others with resorts and beautiful projects. Since BusinessPanama Real Estate is one of the exclusive agents of these projects, please contact our Panama City office.

To view properties, homes, condos and even whole islands for sale, visit our Real Estate Marketplace.

Contadora

Contadora is a resort island, with many homes owned by wealthy Panamanians and foreigners. There is a large hotel and other cabins available.

It’s largest and most visited of the Pearl Islands, named as the counting house for the pearls. There are 13 spectacular beaches on three sides of the island. The five coral fields around the island offer incredible snorkeling where fascinating marine life includes white tipped reef sharks, schools of tropical fish, rays and turtles in profusion. Contadora has the only officially designated nudist beach in Panama. Here are the homes of the rich and famous. The Shah of Iran once owned a home nearby. Excursions by boat or jet-ski can be arranged to visit other islands such as Pacheca Island where magnificent frigate birds roost and bird watching is memorable.


If you visit Contadora, do not miss visiting: Punta Galeón Resort Hotel with its luxury environment, located on a cliff dominating the Pacific Ocean; the Sweden Beach (remember: it is just for nudists) and the beautiful Galeón Beach.

Ocean front properties, lots and private islands are available for sale, with beautiful beach houses. The islands in sale are very private and offer a very quiet environment, for those who’re looking to invest in private locations and spend time with Mother Nature.

To view properties, homes, condos and even whole islands for sale, visit our Real Estate Marketplace.

Bocas del Toro

Bocas del Toro is located in the northwest Caribbean side of Panama, was discovered in Christopher Columbus in 1502. It’s becoming in a very attractive location for the free spirits and one of the hottest destinations around the world.

Real estate development is growing in the archipelago, since it’s filled of hundreds of wonderful places that everyone can enjoy. It is a unique place to find yourself. Its lush tropical vegetation, fauna only found in this part of the world, opportunities for diving and snorkeling the unbeatable Caribbean ocean, the possibilities and opportunities for an amazing experience are unbound.

Islands and islets in the Bocas del Toro Archipelago are accessible only by private boat or water taxi. Many small communities line the string of islands and very few have roads. Many companies provide boat service to various islands and diving spots.

Bocas del Toro offers many attractions such as:

  • The Bastimentos Island National Marine Park is about a twenty minute boat ride away, and is a major destination for ecotourism.
  • Isla Colon has numerous white sand beaches. Swimmers should be aware of dangerous riptides.
  • Scuba Diving: Bocas del Toro is still relatively unknown as a dive destination. However, it offers a great diversity of aquatic life around its islands.
  • Surf spots are offered for different levels of experience, in which can be mentioned Black Rock, Carenero, and Wizard Beach, and Bastimentos Island. From November to April is considered to be peak season, as well as summertime. Bocas del Toro also hosts national and international surf competitions.

Taboga Island

Isla Taboga (also known as Taboga Island in English) is a small Pacific island that can be reached in approximately 1 hour by boat from Panama City. Reservations are required prior to go to the Islands by ferry. Isla Taboga, at 571 hectares, is the largest island, also known as the ´Island of Flowers”. It is a popular weekend destination for residents of Panama City and foreigners who go to enjoy the slower pace of island life, the flowers, the beaches, and the water sports.

Taboga is considered to be the oldest island in the Western Hemisphere. In this oasis of tranquility there is no cars, tropical flowers are the only ones jostling for position, beautiful beaches and a green mountain rising out of the sea. From the shores of the island can be seen humpback whales during August to October during their migration. Swim where Gaugin swam and take time to smell the flowers!.

Available beach houses up in the hills, available lots customized constructions cabanas and bungaloo’s for rental can be find in the island, especially for those looking for own, built or rent beach houses near the Panama city.

Check our real estate listings for an overview of available properties in this area or please click here to contact us.

 

 

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