10 courts – 2 serves – one HimmerLand
Play padel at HimmerLand, where you can choose between 10 padelcourts. There are 8 padel courts inside (2 singles and 6 doubles) and 2 outdoor double courts. Bat and balls are included in the price and avaliable by the court. There are changing rooms by the padel facility.
Padel at HimmerLand
If you want to play padel in North Jutland, HimmerLand is an obvious destination. With padelcourt both inside and outside, you can play all year round at HimmerLand
Choose between indoor or outdoor courts – At HimmerLand, you can play padel tennis all year round. There are 8 padel courts inside (2 singles and 6 doubles) and 2 outdoor double courts. Bat and balls are available at the court and the restaurant, the reception and the supermarket is open if you want to buy food, snacks or beverages to enjoy before or after your game.
The light will turn on automatically 5 minutes before the time of your booking.
If you are interested in purchasing your own bat and balls, you can take a look at the selection at HimmerLand Golfshop
- You can book padel between 7:00 am – 11:00 pm all year round
- There are two changing rooms in the padel facility
Padel has taken the world by storm
In short time padel has taken Denmark and the rest of the world by storm – now also HimmerLand. Even though padel has existed since the 1970s, where it truly became popular in Spain, it is only in the last couple of years that Denmark and many other countries became familiar with padel.
And when you try the popular game, you also understand why the sport has become popular that quickly. With its interesting mix of both squash and tennis, the sport is very accessible and easy learn.
In HimmerLand, padel is played on professional courts certified by Adidas with 15 meters to the celling.
How to play padel
- The game starts with one player making a serve. To do this, they must bounce the ball on the ground and hit the ball below the waist. The serve has to be with underhand, ulike normal tennis.
- Each player serves one set at a time.
- The ball is only allowed to hit the ground once in each player’s half of the court. The ball can hit the walls as many times as you want, as long as the ball only hits the ground one time on each half.
- The ball has to hit the ground before hitting the walls.
- Points are counted the same way as in normal tennis.
- Padel is played in indoor shoes.
- Unlike tennis, a smash is not always an advangtage. In padel it is more about cunning punches and the lob that can be tricky for the opponent.
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