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GPS: Lat. 18.32636463896269 Long. -67.24962383508682

 

 

Directions

 

The most efficient way to travel to the Rincon area is to fly into Aguadilla International Airport (BQN). You’ll find that using this airport makes traveling to Rincon a breeze. A former U.S. air base, this airport has the longest runway in the Caribbean and is used by Continental, Jet Blue and Spirit Air for direct flights to and from many airports in the U.S. Check their schedules.

 

From Aguadilla Airport to Rincón (30 minutes):

 

Exit left out of the airport and continue to Road #107.

Turn left onto #107. This will intersect with Road #2.

Bear to the right.

There is a sign that says “Mayaguez”, which is the large city beyond Rincón on Road #2.

Follow Route #2 past Aguada and you will soon see a sign that says “#115 – Rincon”; do not take this exit.  It will put you on winding back roads which can be quite confusing.

Stay on the Rt. #2 for about 10 miles until Road #402 (there is a McDonalds on the right) which connects with Road #115 into Rincon, or you can stay on #2 and exit directly onto Road #115.

 

Turn right at Rt. #115, going West,  As you get close to Rincon, you will pass the Deportivo (Sports Stadium) on your left. Continue about 1/2 mile and watch for a large sign on the right that includes a sign for “Edwards Food Mart”. Just past the entrance to the Food Mart is a street to the left, Calle 14. Turn left onto Calle 14. Continue through the residential area about three blocks to the end (mind the speed bumps). At the end, make a right and “8th and Ocean” is immediately on your left (two-story white building with pink trim, gated) at 2724 Calle 8.

 

Directions from San Juan Airport to Rincón (Two and a half hours, except during rush hours):

 

After the airport exit, stay right to Route #26 Oeste (West) San Juan. Continue on Route #26 until Route #22: “Bayamon-Caguas-Autopista (expressway) via Tunel Minillas”. Go through the tunnel, staying in the second lane from the right. Remember to stay on Route #22 (an expressway) all the way to the end. There are several tolls, but you can get change if necessary (except after midnight). Go to the lane marked with a “C” for “cambio” or “change”. (Note that many rental cars are provided with an “auto pass” that lets you use the Auto Pass lanes – usually the most left lanes at each toll. Check with your rental car agency to see if your car has the “auto pass.”)

 

When the expressway, Route #22, ends, you will exit (bear left) onto Route #2. The driving on Highway #2 will be through many commercial areas and many stop lights. You may see a sign that says “#115 – Rincon”; DO NOT take this exit. It will put you on winding back roads which can be quite confusing. Stay on Rt. #2 for about 16 km, and watch for the intersection with Rt. #402 (there is a McDonalds on the far right corner). Turn right onto Rt. #402 toward Rincon (about 15 km total). Rt. #402 eventually intersects with Rt. #115; bear right onto Rt. #115 and continue into Rincon.

 

As you get close to Rincon, you will pass the Deportivo (Sports Stadium) on your left. Continue about 1/2 mile and watch for a large sign on the right that includes a sign for “Edwards Food Mart”. Just past the entrance to the Food Mart is a street to the left, Calle 14. Turn left onto Calle 14. Continue through the residential area about three blocks to the end (mind the speed bumps). At the end, make a right and “8th and Ocean” is immediately on your left (two-story white building with pink trim, gated) at 2724 Calle 8. Park on the left side of the street and enter through the gate.