Panama has many beaches for surfing, but undoubtedly the best waves you will find in Veraguas.
Has one of the longest waves in Central America, which can reach up to 15 feet in height. This beach is known for its waves with incredible tubes, its rocky bottom and have water of a warm temperature throughout the year. Nearby you will find El Estero beach, ideal for those who are learning this sport.
It is an incredible almost deserted beach, tubular waves, with the most consistent Beach Break in Panama, with left and right waves of great strength. In the area of Mariato, very close to Morrillo, there are other beaches to practice, such as Playa Riena, Palo Seco and Playa Malena.
Both have been international championships, their waves are the most famous, but Isla Cebaco and Coiba also have good spots.
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