Surfers Village in Scheveningen (F.A.S.T.)
Published: 04 April 2011 Modified: 23 April 2013
F.A.S.T. (Free Architecture Surf Terrain) is a unique surfers village on the Scheveningen Boulevard. It is located at the best surfing spot in the Netherlands, near the main harbour, and is built out of shipping containers.
Surfers from all over the world can set up camp with beds for the night, showers, changing rooms, a café, internet and a surf shop.
In addition to being a beach hostel, F.A.S.T. offers camping and camper spots, a bar, restaurant, art projects, surfing lessons, surfboard storage, meeting rooms, a bunker museum and fabulous parties.
Spending the night
The container hostels cost € 25 per person per night and the campsite can be booked for € 15 per person per night.
During the evenings, surfers can enjoy music by the campfire or performed by professional musicians on the FAST stage.
Surfing lessons (2x one hour), food and drinks. Without overnight accommodation € 65 per person and with overnight accommodation € 95 per person.
This offer is valid for Friday/Saturday, Saturday/Sunday and Sunday/Monday and includes surfing lessons, an evening meal, overnight accommodation, breakfast, surfing lessons and lunch for € 195 per person.
F.A.S.T. has space for up to 200 people. You can rent this space for company outings, parties, meetings or receptions. They will also be happy to help you organise a big event for your company like a surfing contest or beach event.
F.A.S.T. food and drinks
You can stop by F.A.S.T. for a hot cup of coffee and cake after a walk on the beach or come by and enjoy a barbecue by the campfire. The new lunch menu includes delicious toasted sandwiches, pancakes, hamburgers and split pea soup. Dinner is also available at F.A.S.T.
F.A.S.T. Sunday Jam
Every Sunday there is a 'Sunday Jam' at F.A.S.T. from 13.00 to 18.00 hrs. especially for the kids. The kids will be treated to a story in a real German commando bunker and then can go to town jumping on bouncy castles and playing surfing games. Mom and Dag can enjoy a nice brunch while listening to jazz and blues music.