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The ribersborgs beach is unfortunately a local joke for some people as the definition of a bad beach. Although it is a bit over exaggerated you can expect bad smell and unclear water.
Great place to jog
Nice activities during the summer
"Ribbans" as it's called locally is a great place to do parkrun on a Saturday morning. Everyone meets near the Kallbadhuset (bath house) pier and they're really friendly. It's a great way to enjoy the views of the Turning Torso and the Oresund Bridge while...More
It is a man made beach, really spacious and nice sea front close to the city. You can see part of the city area with its famous Turning Torso building, and in the distance the magnificent Oresund Bridge connect Denmark and Sweden through 8km bridge...More
We got to this place by coincidence, but I don’t regret it. We arrived few minutes before sunset. You can get a nice of of Oresund brigde or Turning Torso. The best way to get here is by bus, it’s a short ride.
This was a beautiful stretch to walk through with playgrounds and scenic views. The boardwalk to the Badhaus can be done but there are no prams allowed into their cafe. If food is needed the Ribersborg cafe is nearby and there is an ice cream...More
you can walk along past the science museum, and wander along grassy paths, or move on to the sandy shore. there are quay, and the first one has a fabulous cafe. you can walk up towards western harbour where the water gets deeper, and there...More
This 3 km stretch offers a lot of opportunities besides sunbathing and swimming.sport fields training areas archery school areas where dogs run free bike lane restaurants bathing house with Sauna RIBBAN.Cops Cabana for the city's people
This is a nice beach to visit in good weather. When I was there, the weather wasn’t great and as a result the beach was empty. There was loads of green space around it. Great views of the turning torso tower, and also the bridge.
Every morning an army of workers enter the beach to clean it up and level the sand, so that everything is perfect already for the morning swimmers at the nine bridges – where the last one is for nudists. Before the first bridge, also dogs...More