El Valle Panama
On this site, we show you what to do in El Valle Panama, where to stay, and where to eat. We also share El Valle Panama’s history and legends, and we offer a complete business directory. If you are interested to buy, sell or rent a property in El Valle Panama, do not hesitate to contact us.
In El Valle Panama, you can feel the energy – in the air, in the water, and from the tree-covered mountains that surround The Valley.
Welcome to the Valley of Enchantment
Top 8 reasons to visit El Valle Panama
El Valle Panama is the world’s only inhabited volcanic crater!
Anton Valley is truly a place like no place else on Earth. If you are curious to see and feel what it’s like to live in a Volcano, this is the only place on the planet where you can. You will feel the dormant energy come alive within you.
The rich volcanic soil and year-round spring-like climate make almost every species of plant and animal (and we humans too) thrive in this environment. As evidence of this, there are countless species of flowers and trees, and hundreds of species of mammals and reptiles, and an incredible 500 species of birds that live in Anton’s Valley.
El Valle Panama has many fabulous restaurants serving both local and international delicacies. In total there are more than 30 restaurants, cafes and pubs. Some of the most famous are Restaurante Bruschetta and La Casa de Lourdes.
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Top reasons to move to El Valle Panama
Coming soon: the top reasons for moving your home and/or business to El Valle Panama. You’ll have to wait for the entire article, but for now let us say that Safety, Climate, Healthy Living and Entertainment are some of the best reasons to move here.
Wind and Water
El Valle Panama is known for two things above all else: wind and water!. That’s the literal translation for Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese art of achieving harmony with the environment. Volcanic Hot Springs with Healing Clay While the volcano has been dormant for around five million years, mineralized volcanic hot springs remain a sure sign of continuing volcanic activity below the surface.