|City and corregimiento|
|• Land||50.4 km2 (19.5 sq mi)|
|• Density||172.5/km2 (447/sq mi)|
|Population density calculated based on land area.|
|Time zone||EST (UTC−5)|
Aguadulce is an agricultural city and corregimiento in the Coclé province in Panama. It is the capital of Aguadulce District and it is located on the Pan-American Highway, near but not on the coast on the Bahia de Parita. The name means "freshwater".
It has a land area of 50.4 square kilometres (19.5 sq mi) and had a population of 8,703 as of 2010, giving it a population density of 172.5 inhabitants per square kilometre (447/sq mi). Its population as of 1990 was 13,741; its population as of 2000 was 7,707.
Most of the land near Aguadulce is dedicated to agricultural use, much of it to the cultivation of sugar cane. An important industry is the production of salt through evaporation of sea water. The water is allowed to enter fields at high tide; its exit is then blocked, and evaporation caused by the sun leaves sea salt, which is then gathered and packaged. The town has a "Museum of Salt and Sugar" ("Museo de la sal y el azúcar").
Aguadulce is served by Aguadulce Airport.
- "Cuadro 11 (Superficie, población y densidad de población en la República...)" [Table 11 (Area, population, and population density in the Republic...)] (.xls). In "Resultados Finales Básicos" [Basic Final Results] (in Spanish). National Institute of Statistics and Census of Panama. Retrieved May 26, 2015.
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