Contadora Island, Las Perlas, Panamá
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C2305-241 100 M2 2 Bedrooms 2.5 Bathrooms 1 Parking 1990 Year Built

Beach house in Contadora Island, few meters from the ocean.

Located on the famous Contadora Island, in the Las Perlas archipelago, overlooking Playa Galeón (Isla Contadora’s best beach), there is a group of 27 villas, including all the comforts and conveniences of 21st century living.

This two-storey beach house is situated in a gated community with pool and has direct access to an almost secluded beach, with crystal waters. The location is ideal as it is close to all amenities including shops, restaurants, the airport, and groceries stores.

This beach house is about a 100 square meters, composed as follows:

First floor:

  • Living-dining room,
  • Open kitchen,
  • Terrace,
  • Guest restroom.

Second floor:

  • Two bedrooms,
  • Two bathrooms.

The beach house is in excellent condition and comes fully furnished, making it a turnkey property.

Whether you’re looking for a peaceful getaway or an active vacation, Contadora Island has something for everyone. With miles of pristine white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, you can spend your days swimming, snorkeling, or enjoying one of the many water sports available on the island. The island also offers hiking trails, fishing and sport fishing activities, sailing tour and a range of restaurants serving fresh seafood.

So, if you’re looking for a beautiful beach house on a secluded island with all the amenities you need, look no further than this turnkey property on Contadora Island.


The Pearl Archipelago (Las Perlas in Spanish) is located on the Pacific coast of Panama, in the Gulf of Panama. It is made up of more than two hundred islands and islets, the largest of which is Isla del Rey (“Island of the King”).

The archipelago has superb beaches and beautiful coral seabeds. There are no more pearls there, but the waters are rich in fish. Between July and September, you can see humpback whales there. The archipelago has two seasons: the dry season which extends from December to April, and the rainy season the rest of the year.

It owes its name to the exploitation in the 16th century, by the Spaniards, of the numerous natural pearls, of small size, which the Amerindians fished in the oyster beds and which lined the seabed. The Spaniards discovered them thanks to the ornaments worn by Indian women. For a few years, before 1530, production reached a value of 800,000 piastres. These pearls were the best-known in Europe.

The archipelago is accessible from a domestic flight between Panama and the main island, Isla Contadora, in 20 minutes of flight, or by boat. The crossing by boat takes about 1 hour and a half.