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Isabela or Rincon

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Isabela or Rincon

Long weekend with friends...which has better surf and nightlife combination...we are beginners so we don't need aggressive conditions. I know not tons of nightlife but which place is better?

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1. Re: Isabela or Rincon

Both places are Surfing destinations on the west side of the island and they are about 25-30 minutes apart.

Well, Isabela is on the Atlantic side of the island and the sea conditions tend to be a bit more rougher but there are spots for everyone. Is mostly visited by locals and there are too beach bars. Both towns have almost the same vibe and laid back nightlife, but for me Isabela has more vibrant nightly character.

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2. Re: Isabela or Rincon

RINCON!!! there's so many more options for beginner conditions for the surfing and tons of fantastic restaurants and bars to hang out.

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3. Re: Isabela or Rincon

Definatly Rincon, much more to do and nightlife

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4. Re: Isabela or Rincon

Rincon...so much in this great town!!!!

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5. Re: Isabela or Rincon

You could stay here in Rincon, check out our differant Surfing beaches, and also drive to Isabela, to see there sruf. The waves change so much one day may be perfect for you here in Rincon, then the next day in Isabela. The Night life is bigger in Rincon, not to say we have our quite sections of town as well. Enjoy the Surf to the Fullest!!!

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