Pedasi is a town situated on the south-eastern tip of the Azuero Peninsula on Panamas Pacific coast. It is located in the Pedasi District, in the Los Santos province. It is principally a fishing village with a population of about 2000 people. Pedasis town boasts a public health clinic, two banks, a library, and a handful of restaurants, mini - supermarkets and small shops. The town is equipped with telephone, cable and high-speed Internet service throughout.
Pedasi is known for lively annual carnivals, pristine beaches, and activities such as sport fishing, diving and surfing, as well as its proximity to several of Panamas national parks and preserves. Pedasi town consists mainly of a central road (Avenida Central), a plaza (city center) about two blocks away, and several nicely maintained civic buildings, surrounded by quiet, residential blocks. With its quaint architecture and neatly laid-out streets, Pedasi is one of the main attractions of the Los Santos region.