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- 98%Family Travelers
- 75%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 74%Budget Travelers
Member Reviews (14)
- Paseo PiñonesJan 25, 2014
At less than 7 miles from our condo, right on Route 187, you can find the beautiful public beaches of the Pinones area, a bike trail with breath taking views, a couple of surf point (during the surfing season) and the infamous many small places where you can try very typical Puertorrican food. Thier specialty are crab dishes. From all the establishments in the area the best are Dos Palmas right on the bicycle cross and El Boricua across from surf point Aviones.
- Paseo PiñonesFirst to ReviewOct 18, 2013
This is a great route along the north coast. If you rent a car make sure you drive through Pinones. There are many street vendors selling all kinds of goodies and treats. There are also many beaches along the way. Basically you park and go for a swim. One of my favorites is Playa Vacia Talega. The best bacalaitos and alcapurrias can be bought at a place called El Boricua. If you have time, make sure to book a tour of Las Cabezas de San Juan in Fajardo. This is one of several protected areas, which are run by a local natural heritage agency. This is an excellent day trip if you are in the north part of the island. Have fun!!!
- Paseo PiñonesJul 14, 2013
I like Pinones very much but I must say, it's a place were locals go, so if you are looking for a "tourist place" this is not the place for you. Lots of locals go to Pinones to eat and have a day with the family. Only 20 minutes away from the apartment. Also very close to Isla Verde beach, so if you find this is not for you, just drive back to Isla Verde beach were all the tourist are.Recommended for:Family Travelers