Klinta bodar is the northernmost stretch of Köpinge bay. Concrete slabs separate the beach in two; on one side is sand for sunbathing and on the other side a kiosk and a playground. The beach is flat and of light sand while the water is very shallow and calm over a sandy bottom with sandbank formations. There may be some non-toxic jellyfish and algae in the water. The beach is in part lined by a narrow section of grass and some deciduous trees, shadow is very limited. In the bay is a floating jetty. The northern part of the beach is lined by boulders and residential houses while towards the south it continues for nearly a kilometer - changing names corresponding to the different camp sites that are located adjacent to the bay (check out Gröndal, Grönhag & Köpingbaden). More amenties than listed for this beach are available at the Klinta campsite, such as sauna, footboll and boule.