Getting there & away
Rincón doesn’t have an airport, but there are two in the area. If you are coming from San Juan, fly into Mayagüez. Aguadilla’s Aeropuerto Rafael Hernández generally has a couple of flights a day from the New York area or Miami.
The público stand is just off Plaza de Recreo on Calle Nueva. Expect to pay about $4 if you are headed north to Aguadilla or $2 to go south to Mayagüez (you can access San Juan from either of these cities). Both trips take about 40 minutes.
In spite of what your map might suggest, the easiest way to approach the town is via the valley roads of Hwy 402 and Hwy 115, both of which intersect Hwy 2 south of the Rincón peninsula.