Cocl� province has six districts, with Penonom� as its capital. This province has a flourishing agricultural industry, with sugar and tomatoes the main crops.�
Cocl� is the centre of sugar production in Panama. The region also has many salt flats, so there's a Museum of Salt and Sugar, and there are tours of sugar refineries.
The exotic El Valle de Ant�n attracts many visitors to see its square trees, and its famous golden frogs. This valley is also good for outdoor sports, such as rappelling, cycling, and horseback riding, and offers magnificent bird watching.
Cocl� also has popular beaches, including Farallon, Rio Hato, and Santa Clara. �Farallon is home to the largest resort in Panama - the Royal Decameron Beach Resort - and is a town that Panamanians associate with the good life.
There are two significant archaeological sites in Cocl�: the El Cano Site, and Sitio Conte, with a number of artefacts, burial sites, and ancient pottery created by inhabitants of Cocl� of long ago.