Las Tablas is a small town located on the Azuero Peninsula in Panama. It is known for its rich cultural heritage, including traditional music, dance, and clothing such as the pollera, a traditional skirt worn by women. The town is also famous for its annual carnival celebrations, which have crowned over 100 women as queens. Las Tablas is located in a region called the "Arco Seco" (Dry Arc) and has some of the best year-round weather in Panama, with both dry and wet seasons.
The town has a friendly local population, a lively town center, and is surrounded by fertile farmlands. It is an affordable place to retire and is a good choice for those looking to live a stress-free and relaxed lifestyle. The town is also home to a number of notable musicians and has a long history of music and dance, including traditional genres such as the cumbia panameña, tamborito, and saloma, as well as popular instruments like the violin and flute.
In addition, Las Tablas is known for its skilled tamboreros, who make and play percussion instruments using traditional techniques.
- Cultural Richness
- The Friendly Local Population
- The Beautiful Natural Surroundings
- Great Dry Weather
- Affordable Cost of Living
- Laid-Back Lifestyle
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