Råbocka is a long, broad beach located along Skälderviken bay. The water is shallow and lined by high grassy sand dunes and further inland pine forest. There is no shade on the beach so bring your own protection. The beach as well as the sea bottom is made up of a mix of sand and shells. There is frequently some seaweed. The water is shallow. A wooden boardwalk runs between the dunes towards the flat part of the beach. There are also stairs that facilitate passage over the high sand dunes. Towards the north is the city of Ängelholm and towards the south the setting is natural. This beach has a cute and handy function for increased child safety. There are a number of meeting points on the beach, each with a sign of a cartoon animal. A small thing that can make all the difference ♥. The beach is adjacent to a campsite with food and drinks. Near Klitterhus in the northern part of the beach is a pier with facilities for disabled. There are several concrete bunkers along the beach and in the inland pine forest. These were part of a 500km defense line running along the Swedish coast to protect the country from potential invasions during world war II.