Domes Beach


By: Marilyn Moyet | November 3, 2019

Domes Beach is a picturesque and popular destination for surfers located on the western side of Puerto Rico’s island, in the town of Rincon. This beach gets its name from the proximity of the Rincon Lighthouse and an abandoned blue dome-shaped nuclear reactor. Visitors will be able to find nearby seafood snack shops, and refreshing drinks such as cold coconuts.

This beach is well-known among surfers as one of the most popular surfing destinations in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. With its big waves, it attracts surfers from around the globe. However, it’s important to note that the beach can be dangerous and should only be ventured by experienced surfers and swimmers. The beach is also the host of the Corona Pro Surf Circuit festival, which gathers the best surfers in the Caribbean region.

Apart from being a great place for surfing, Domes Beach is also ideal for scuba diving and whale watching. The best chances of spotting humpback whales occur from mid-January to mid-March. The beach also offers visitors beautiful sunsets and a distant view of Desecheo Island. This beach is perfect for activities like surfing, scuba diving, swimming (for experienced swimmers), whale watching, and sunset watching, making it a versatile destination for those who want to enjoy different activities at the same time.

Domes Beach is a combination of natural beauty and history, surrounded by vibrant wildlife and marine life, experienced surfers and divers will find a challenging and thrilling experience while those who prefer less adventurous activities will still find the beach a beautiful place to relax and appreciate the natural beauty of Puerto Rico.

Location: Rincon
Lifeguard: No
Water Sports: Yes
Surfing: Yes
Changing Facilities: No
Food & Drinks near by: No
Parking: Yes

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