Discover one of the most intimate and serene oceanfront resorts in Puerto Rico - Rincon Beach Resort. Nestled on the Bay of Añasco in Puerto Rico’s west coast, Rincon Beach Resort is the perfect escapade for relaxing days under the sun or enjoying an unforgettable dining experience. The west coast of Puerto Rico, known as Porta del Sol, is home to some of the world’s best beaches and surfing areas. The town of Rincon, known for its beautiful sunsets, was highlighted in The Beach Boy’s unofficial surfer’s anthem “Surfing Safari.”
Dining in the west coast of Puerto Rico, you'll find a delicious mix of Caribbean, Spanish and Mediterranean influences. Enjoy some authentic native cuisine and fresh seafood!Brasas Restaurant
If you are looking for the best food in the west coast then search no further than Brasas Restaurant, specializing in Caribbean Fusion Cuisine. At Brasas Restaurant, guests can savor a true representation of rich cultural influence found in Caribbean cuisine made with indigenous ingredients. Preparing mouthwatering grilled meats and seafood is the chef’s specialty. Guests can choose from an extensive wine list that has more than 300 bottles of wines and champagnes from different countries. Brasas Restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner, seven days a week.
If you can’t bear to leave the pool, the Pelican Beachfront Grill is situated poolside and just steps from the beach. Guests can enjoy an array of creative cocktails, appetizers, grilled sandwiches, burgers and pizza.
Porta del Sol is Puerto Rico’s authentic seaside paradise. The town is surrounded by interesting cultural and historical attractions. Visit the Rio Camuy Cave Park, the third largest cave system in the world, or stop by the Arecibo Observatory, the world’s largest radio telescope.
Just 6 miles away is the Mayaguez Zoo and further South is the rare Bioluminicent Bay at La Parguera.
If water sports interest you, there are 20 surfing spots in the area or you can go sailing, kayaking, whale watching (seasonal) and diving to the remote Desecheo Island.