Land of 5 hectares with and ocean view for sale in Mariato Veraguas. Price $ 350,000 K.
Veraguas is the only province in the country that has coasts on both coastlines: Atlantic and Pacific. The beaches visited are located in the new district of Mariato, which is divided into the towns of Llano de Catival or Mariato (district head), Arenas, El Cacao, Quebro and Tebario.
The route to the beaches of the Mariato district begins at the intersection of the Pan-American Highway with which it leads to Atalaya, a town that is reached after traveling 4.5 km along a paved road in very good conditions. From there, 20.0 km are traveled, also along an asphalt road in good condition and we reach the town of Ponuga. Another 20.0 km is traveled until reaching the town of Tebario and another 10.0 km until finally reaching the town of Llano de Catival, traditionally called Mariato.
It should be noted that on both sides of almost the entire route of the road you can see crops of various kinds such as vegetables and tubers; In addition to livestock farms that denote the economic strength of the area.
Llano de Catival, or Mariato, has a beautiful church with a very original architectural style where St. Paul is venerated. There are regional offices of MIDA, MINSA and the Judicial Branch; as well as primary school, a center of basic or Pre-school education, sports field, park with mechanical devices for children; shops, supermarket and fondas where you can taste dishes of typical Panamanian cuisine.
Playa Reina is at a distance of 4.0 km from Llano de Catival and Playa Malena at another 10.0 km. Both are distinguished by the characteristic blackish color of their fine sand and by remaining, still, free from the pollution produced by solid wastes that flood other beaches of the national geography. From Playa Reina you can see the islands of Cébaco and Gobernadora. On both beaches, marine sports such as surfing are practiced.
In addition, in Playa Malena The National Environmental Authority (ANAM) and the Aquatic Resources Authority of Panama (ARAP), together with a group of scientific institutions and international organizations develop actions for the management of sea turtles training the inhabitants of the area in various tasks related to the conservation of said species.
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