Most visitors fly into
San Juan and rent a car and drive over. The roads are good and the drive
to the west coast
is easy, and takes about 3 hours. You may also want to spend a day or night exploring Old San Juan and all it has to
offer. If you prefer to
fly, there is easy access to
the west coast by flying into Raphael Hernandez Airport in Aguadilla (airport
code BQN). If you are traveling via any of the following cities/airports, you
can fly directly to our corner of Puerto Rico and spend more time on the beach!
Luis Muñoz Marín
International Airport, San Juan
It is located 10 miles (16 km) east of Old San Juan, near the Isla Verde resort
zone. It is about a 3 hour drive by car. Phone 787-791-3840 or 787-791-1010
Eugenio María de Hostos Airport, Mayagüez (MAZ):
Located on the north side of Mayaguez, and south of Rincon. It is more of
a private airport and not served by any larger airlines. It has limited
connecting flights and is about 10 minutes away.
Rafael Hernández Airport, Aguadilla (BQN):
Located at the north side of Aguadilla at the former Ramey Air Base and hosts the
Caribbean's longest runway. It is about 15 minutes north of Rincon. Phone 787-891-2286
You can also check the
best connecting flights from other cities by using Travelocity or other travel
site to see if there
is convenient connecting service from your city to Aguadilla (airport code BQN)
- or to
Mayaguez (MAZ) airport.
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