Herrera Province is a small and pristine province located on the Azuero Peninsula. It’s bordered by Coclé, Los Santos and Veraguas, and touches the Pacific Ocean. This province is mainly agricultural and the interior is primarily farmland, cattle pasture, and small towns. Panama’s most famous alcoholic drink, “seco,” is made from sugarcane and is produced in Herrera. The province is famous for its festivals during Carnival, especially in Chitre, Parita and Ocu.