Puerto Rico Highway 115, or PR-115, is a highway which follows the west coastline of Puerto Rico from south Añasco at PR-2 to near downtown Aguadilla, where it becomes Puerto Rico Highway 111 after intersecting PR-2 again. and is the primary route to the town of Rincón, Puerto Rico, a tourist and frequent destination of surfers in Puerto Rico and the United States. As it enters Rincón, PR-115 becomes a divided highway with one lane per direction, with the median filled of trees (similar to some of the medians found in freeways in the United States. But PR-115 is not a freeway; it is a rural highway mostly one lane per direction. It enters toward Downtown Rincón. The highway is subject to severe flooding when rain takes place.