Rinco'n is a famous surfing and beach town on the northwestern corner of Puerto Rico. The town rode to fame on the basis of the 1968 world surfing championships which were held here. Now many people come here for the beach, diving, and other water sports. Dubbed the "Caribbean's Hawaii," winter waves here can approach 25–30 feet in height, near the surf on Oahu's north shore. The most famous surfing beaches are Little Malibu, Tres Palmas, Maria's, Indicators, Domes, Pools, Sandy Beach and Antonio's. Prime surfing season is from November through March. Nearby towns with American expatriate communites include the Aguadilla, Isabela areas. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia and jmundo.