A quiet getaway isn't far off when you make plans to stay in Rio San Juan. Whether you use this location as a gateway to explore area natural sites, or you choose to spend your days with your feet buried firmly in the sand, a vacation here is like none other.
There are a large selection of beaches to consider in and around the area. Click on the beach names for detailed information about that beach.
One beach where snorkeling is a popular is Playa Rio San Juan. Just like most of the island's beaches, Playa Rio San Juan is backed by a wall of trees that block the city from the beach. And while the beach may not be unique, it is still a tropical beach with soft sand, calm water, and a tropical breeze.
A second alternative worth considering is Caleton Beach. To reach Caleton Beach, exit off Highway 5 onto Paso a Caleton, which leads straight to the beach. Drive slowly, the road can be bumpy.
Rogelio Beach: Rogelio Beach features tan colored sand and deep aquamarine waters. The beach is dotted with palm trees, lounge chairs, and umbrellas, and just off shore is a coral reef that protects the coast, keeping strong waves at bay.
Of course, you can find a nice selection of beaches to choose from in and around the area. Go to this page if you'd like to find out additional details.
Travelers can enjoy the local park in Rio San Juan.
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Travelers do not usually come to Rio San Juan for its gambling opportunities, although there is one such venue nearby, Club Bahia Principe. <p>Bahia Principe San Juan knows how to entertain its guests -- with everything from live shows to club nights. But, many guests choose to stay at this resort for the casino. There is something thrilling about playing the slots or sitting down to a table game with a crowd cheering you on. With 30 gaming machines and six table games to choose from, the chances of winning are numerous.</p>
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