The beach of Ris is a wide shell-shaped beach. This enables people to enjoy more than 40,000 square metres of beautiful fine sand at low tide. When there are spring tides, the Island of San Pedruco can be accessed by foot. Here you can find a small medieval chapel, wild fig trees and thousands of seagulls.
The promenade that goes along the coastline from this beach to the beach of Trengandín begins here. There are many coves along the route, which passes through a stunning pine forest and leads to idyllic places such as Punta de la Mesa or Pombera beach.
The Northern orientation of Ris beach means there are waves and therefore, surfing and other sports can be practiced. There is also a surf and Stand Up Paddle school, which provides lessons and hires out equipment.