One of the last beach-front lots in Las Lajas. The beach is safe, 10 km long and very private. The neighbours are building very nice houses which upgrades the area.
The lot has electricity and water comes to the end of the paved road. The municipality has promised to bring it along the road to the lots in the east.
A mixture of ex-pats who can afford the area and well-off locals makes the neighbourhood up-market and guarantees stability.
A must-see, if you are looking to build an exquisite and very special beach-front home!
Las Lajas Beach in Panama is a ten miles long, unspoiled, sandy beach that sit between the estuary of two major river of Chiriqui; Rio San Felix and Rio San Juan. Probably the most stunning and wild beach in Panama. Wild scenery, barren mountains, azure waters and fine sand, as far as the eye can see. But the warm sand and salty sea breezes are just the beginning. The area is home to a wide selection of attractions for every age and every taste, including, lagoon hiking and exploration, birdwatching, surfing, horseback riding, fishing.
The best thing about Las Lajas Beach is that you don’t have to do anything to enjoy it. Sure, you can swim or surf or fish, depending on your liking. But you can also just sit. And watch. And listen… the waterfront provides a soothing backdrop for a relaxing vacation.
The intriguing mangrove lagoon and creeks to the north of the beach beckon to be explored to enjoy the plethora of bird and marine life. Panama is one of the most interesting destinations in the world for bird watchers. Birders will be enthused about the variety of feathered creatures one encounters in Las Lajas Beach and surroundings.
Las Lajas: This laid-back Town packs serious flavor and provides a great opportunity for visitors to escape the hustle and bustle of more crowded destinations. If you are looking for place to get away for a few days and to just unwind and not put up with a lot of crowds, this is the place to come.
It is an excellent place to enjoy the incredible natural surroundings in relative peace, where families feel safe and feel at home being welcomed by the friendly people.
Many European, American and local restaurants, a pizzeria, an Italian ice-cream shop and other mouth-watering experiences await you in this town between the beach and the main road.
San Félix is half na hour from the beach on the Interamerican Highway and offers everything you need for everyday life. David, the second-largest city in Panama is a 90-minutes drive and there you will find absolutely everything.