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Rincón Nuclear Plant

Quite a unique technological sight – the decommissioned nuclear facility now serves as one of a kind museum.

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  • Rincón

    ‚A sleepy surfing town‘ is kind of a precise description. A laid-back spot lined with amazing surfing beaches of varied difficulty.

  • Aguadilla

    Often claimed to be the surf capital of the Caribbean. The variety of beaches caters to the needs of surfers of all levels. A must do!

  • Crashboat Beach

    The turquoise waters and perfect surfing condition make this one of the most popular beaches. Stop by even if you don't surf.

  • Punta Borinquen Lighthouse

    This lighthouse has somewhat moved history, being rebuild several times. Surrounded by interesting ruins.

  • Blue Hole Beach

    This beach is very popular with snorkelers and scuba divers. Rich underwater life and lots of dive companies in the vicinity.

  • Rincon Pottery

    Working pottery studio makes amazing pieces based on the local designs. Come witness the production process or join a workshop. Call ahead.

  • Christopher Columbus Monument

    The marble cross commemorates Christopher Columbus' entrance to Puerto Rico through this bay. Situated in a nice park.

  • Almirante Beach

    This surfing beach gains an increasing attention and the new resorts grow up alongside. Surfers will love it here.

  • Tres Palmas Marine Reserve

    The off-shore reserve is simply amazing for snorkeling and undemanding dives. Very rich underwater life.

  • Bay View Tower

    This lookout tower may have only three storeys but the lookout is well worth the visit!

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