Fuerte Amador Resort & Marina

Panama City

At the end of Isla Flamenco, this complex contains a two-story shopping center, a marina, a cruise-ship terminal and a number of restaurants and bars. At night, these open-air spots are a big draw, providing a fine setting for cocktails or a decent meal. Daily boats depart the marina for the nearby resort island of Isla Taboga.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Panama City attractions

1. Centro Natural Punta Culebra

0.71 MILES

Ideal for families, CEM is operated by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI). This informative marine museum features two small aquariums and…

2. BioMuseo

2.24 MILES

Celebrating Panama as the land bridge that has permitted astonishing biodiversity in the region, this world-class museum is a visual feast. Exhibits tell…

3. Plaza de Francia

2.79 MILES

At the tip of the southern point of Casco Viejo, this beautiful plaza pays homage to the French role in the construction of the canal. Its large stone…

4. Instituto Nacional de Cultura

2.82 MILES

INAC is responsible for maintaining the country’s museums and other cultural institutions. There is a small gallery on the 1st floor that displays works…

5. Paseo las Bóvedas

2.86 MILES

This esplanade runs along the top of the sea wall built by the Spanish to protect the city. From here, you can see the Puente de las Américas arching over…

6. Iglesia y Convento de Santo Domingo

2.94 MILES

Built in 1678, these gorgeous ruins in Casco Viejo are what remain after two major fires brought down the church's tower and interior areas. Left are the…

7. Museo de Arte Religioso Colonial

2.95 MILES

Housed beside the ruins of the Iglesia y Convento de Santo Domingo, the Museo de Arte Religioso Colonial has a collection of colonial-era religious…

8. Iglesia de San José


This Casco Viejo church protects the famous Altar de Oro (Golden Altar), the sole relic salvaged after privateer Henry Morgan sacked Panamá Viejo.