"Flat sandy party vibe beach & pier over very shallow waters "
Köpingbaden is the main stretch (ca. 350m) of the beach at the 1.5km long Köpinge bay. The stretches to the north are named after the adjacent campsites and are called Grönhag, Gröndal and Klinta in increasingly northwards direction. This part of the bay has a youthful party vibe to it - it is very popular and often crowded in peak summer time. There is a robust wooden pier with a bar in the end. In this end of the bay there are some low sand dunes still preserved. The beach is flat and of light sand. The water is very shallow and calm over a sandy rippled bottom. At some places sandbank formations rise above the water level. There may be some non-toxic jellyfish and algae. The beach is lined by a narrow section of grass and some deciduous trees. There is very limited shadow on the beach so its best you bring protection.