The Amador Causeway is a road connecting Panama City's mainland with three islands in the Pacific Ocean, which form a small archipelago. The islands that make up this archipelago are Naos, Perico, and Flamenco. The road begins in an area near the southern entrance of the Panama Canal, in areas of the town of Ancón. These islands were joined with rocks extracted from the excavation work in the snake cut in the Panama Canal.
Currently, it is one of the most exclusive places in the city, it has numerous recreational facilities, such as restaurants, bars, and shops, and a spectacular convention center, it is an area widely used for walking, jogging, or cycling. It enjoys excellent panoramic views of the Panama Canal entrance, the city, and the bay. Continued investment in development, including new residential and tourism projects, increases property values in the long term.