Rincon Wellness Vacation

Thinking about a Wellness Vacation?  If so, Rincon might be the perfect location and almost any time of year could offer you and your family or friends a most beautiful experience.  Be it a weekend, week or month "vacation" .... Rincon has plenty to offer in the way of wellness!


From the Tourism Association of Rincon .....

"Wellness vacations seem to be very popular right now and why not?  It seems we know more about how to be healthy than ever before.  Rincon, Puerto Rico offers a great destination for a Wellness Vacation.  Of course the town is know for being surrounded by beautiful beaches that offer great surfing, SUP, snorkeling and diving.  But Rincon also has a great mix of yoga studios, classes and workshops, local gyms and fitness centers, a spin studio, a yearly triathlon that draws hundreds of competitors from all over the world, mountain biking, a skate park, kayak tours, Zumba and Aerobics classes and a natural landscape that promotes being outdoors.

There are local caterers who cook using local or organic ingredients and the weekly farmers market in the Rincon downtown plaza offers Organic local foods from farm crops to artisenal products such as locally made honey and chocolate."

Enjoy Your Rincon Vacation (Wellness or Not)!

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  • #1

    Charlie (Wednesday, 24 June 2015 07:45)

    This is a very nice place for relaxation and connect with nature. But you know what ? This same place on the photo, certain kind of people, wants to change, this natural exotic wonder into a marina. Yes, you heard me right ! All this beauty, will be destroyed, and only the rich, with their yachts, can enter in their exclusive club, excluding the rest, for their only purpose to have a piece of paradise for themselves. These selfish entities expects that if Ricardo Rosello candidate for governor of Puerto Rico wins the ballot can start business developing and constructing the marina destroying forever this magnificent and exclusive exotic wonder of Rincón, Puerto Rico. A sacred place for the Tainos Indians of Boriken and where Christopher Columbus set foot in his second voyage. What a shame all for greed.