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Surfing School
Rincon is perhaps best known as a surfer's haven, after being discovered by the world following the 1968 World Surfing Championships. Rincon offers a variety of breaks with different waves suited for any learning curve or style. Catch an easy longboard wave at Maria's or rip it on your shortboard at Dome's. Surfing season in Rincon lasts from Dec - April, but you can occasionally catch some small swells in the summer or fall.
Surfing Beaches
Little Malibu Beach break located in the marina – excellent for swimming. Waves break here when everywhere else is huge!! – Perfect for beginners
Steps Beach Located in the Tres Palmas Marine Preserve, one of the best places to see Puerto Rico’s marine flora and fauna. - Amazing snorkeling.
Tres Palmas Reef break far from the shore. A great place for experienced surfers and big riders. Rideable from 12’ to 25’. - Swell NW, Wind E.
Dog Man's- One of the few west coast waves that breaks both ways. Reef break with excellent shape. Beginners to advanced surfers can ride these waves. - Swell NW, Wind E,NE
Maria's- One of the favorite waves in Rincon. A reef break with excellent shape and long rides. Perfect for all levels of surfing.- Swell NW, Wind E,NE.
Indicator- In my opinion the most ripable wave in the area. A point break that rides to a shallow coral reef. A very fast wave with sections for power maneuvers. With the right tide it can be very hollow. Indicator is a beach for the experienced surfer to explore their tube skills. - Swell NW, Wind E,NE.
Domes- Probably the most consistent wave in the Rincon area. It’s a combination of beach breaks and coral reef breaks that provide a mellow ride. All levels of surfers. - Swell NE, Wind SE.
Pools Beach- A small, sandy beach that’s often deserted. Reef break with some sandbars. High tide is rideable for everyone, low tide is more suited to intermediate and advanced surfers. - Swell NE,NW, Wind S.
Sandy Beach- Beach break that breaks both ways. Can be very hollow at low tide. All levels of surfers. - Swell NE,NW, Wind S
Parking Lot- A beach break with some reef formation. Good surf condition for all levels of surfers. - Swell NE,NW, Wind S
Antonio's- A combination of beach break and reef break. Wave breaks away from the shore allowing long and smooth rides at high tide. All levels of surfers. - Swell NE,NW, Wind S.
Aguada- A few surf spots – mainly beach breaks that are excellent for beginners. With perfect conditions these waves can be fun for all levels of surfers. - Swell W,NW, Wind anything but south.
Bridges- A fast wave that barrels under the right conditions. Best for intermediate skill and above. - Swell W,NW, Wind anything but South.
Gas Chambers - Does not break consistently but when it does experienced surfers go wild!! Hollow reef break – only for experts. - Swell W,NW, Wind any.
Wilderness- Powerful reef break that can get crowded on good days! Wave breaks both ways and can be very hollow. Intermediate and above. - Swell NE,NW, Wind E,NE.
Ruins- Excellent option when Wilderness is crowded. Reef break with very good waves. Intermediate and above. - Swell NE,NW, Wind E,NE.
Surfer's Beach- Very consistent and fun break. It’s a mix of reef and beach break and all level of surfers can ride this wave. - Swell NW, Wind SE
Table Top- This wave breaks in front of a rocky formation and peels into Surfer’s Beach. Can be very powerful and hollow. Intermediate and above. - Swell NW, Wind SE.
Jobos- This spot is located in Isabella, where you can surf several other breaks. It’s a perfect wave for all levels of surfers. The reef formation combined with a long sand bank and it’s strategic location make this wave very consistent with an excellent shape. - Swell NE, Wind S.
Middles- Located on a sharp reef, this is a fast wave that can be hollow with the right wind and right tide. Intermediate and above - Swell NE, Wind S.

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