Located in Cocuye Abajo, Santa Isabel, close to San Blas, there is the estate known as EL MATON DE LOS UVEROS, with an area of 31 HA + 6300.00 MTS2 (316.300 square meters) and a sea front just over 500 linear meters, whose title of ownership is duly registered in the Public Registry of Panama.
The archipelago of San Blas (also formerly known as archipelago Mulatas) is a collection of 365 small islands and islets located off the northern coast of the Istmo, east of the Panama Canal, of which only about 80 are inhabited. It is home to the Kuna Indians who are part of the Kuna Yala along the Caribbean coast of Panama. The San Blas archipelago has become one of the most lush tourist destinations in Panama, famous for its beautiful white sand beaches, clear waters, stunning Kuna art and culture. It has an airport for domestic flights, as well as hotels pads made reflecting the style of the counties homes.