This is where it started, more specifically in Båstad harbor.
Where Sweden's absolutely first paddle court was established in 2009
by Båstad Padelklubb and that's the way it is.
Padel is a sport that takes the world by storm. The Bjäre Peninsula is no exception, more and more players are establishing themselves here and we have also had the opportunity to house the Swedish Padel Open historically. Maybe you can talk about a Kalle Knutsson effect or not, Kalle is one of Sweden's best paddle players and also comes from Båstad. On this page you will find players who offer paddle games.
Centralen Båstad AB is an operating company that operates the new modern paddle property in Båstad at the Railway Station. The plot consists of 3 outdoor courts with lighting and stylish lounge.
Environments. Indoors, there are 3 floors (2300 sqm) which in addition to 5 paddle courts in a sober environment and 12 meters in ceiling also have a bistro with lounge on 2 levels, reception, shop as well as conference and office premises and a gym with passport rooms run by Nordic Wellness. Welcome to Centralen and Båstad Padel.
Best Padel Player!
We built our first course in Båstad harbor in 2009. From here, the paddle spread further in Sweden.
The course in the harbor is owned by Båstad Padelklubb. We would like you to become a member and then get several good offers to be able to book the course at a good price.
Feel free to follow ours facebook group for more information and news
Our fine course is well protected from the dominant wind directions, but during spring and autumn there will be precipitation from the surrounding trees. Be out in good time so you can get the course clean before games. There is an aluminum box inside the track in which there is a leaf blower. Use it to minimize damage to yourself and the track. When playing in minus degrees, the risk of the glass breaking increases and therefore it is forbidden to play then.
Regards, The Board.
Padel is a relatively new but fast-growing sport in Sweden. Padel can most easily be explained as a mixture between tennis and squash. The court is smaller than a tennis court, it is surrounded by playable glass walls and you usually play in pairs. This makes paddling a social sport, the game becomes slightly slower than tennis and squash, which makes it easier to learn the basics in a short time.