Create unforgettable team memories!

Boules balls and target ball on sand court.
  • 30
  • 1 to 2 hours
  • Outdoors

Pétanque

Pétanque - more than just throwing balls

Throw the ball as close as you can to the target.

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Hold the globes

Everyone knows the basic rules. Two teams play against each other. The aim is to throw the metal globes (boules) as close as possible to the small, wooden target ball (cochonnet). The team whose globe comes closest to the target ball receives one or more points. The first team to reach 13 points wins the round (mène).

The small subtle difference to boccia

Pétanque can basically be played on any surface. Gravel pitches are particularly suitable. The surface should not be too hard, but also not too soft. Uneven surfaces make the game interesting, but of course also challenging.

Boccia, on the other hand, is played on a track with a perfectly leveled floor and with plastic balls.

The most important rule

There are many different rules. The best rule in Pétanque is that the winner buys the loser an aperitif. The current world champion is actually Swiss!

ALL THE IMPORTANT INFORMATION AT A GLANCE

Outdoors
All material, instruction and support by qualified guides from eventerlebnis
The group travels to and from the location, meals
Pétanque can be a good way to finish off a seminar. Of course, a competition can be organized. Pétanque is played in daylight and when it is dry.
Zurich, Basel, Lake Zurich region, Lucerne, Zug, Schwyz, Engelberg, Aargau, Winterthur, Frauenfeld, Appenzell, Glarus, St. Gallen, Rhine Valley, Sargans, Bad Ragaz, Thurgau, Solothurn, Graubünden (Chur), All of Switzerland

Leisure wear

6 to 50 people (larger groups on request)

Nothing special, at most a portion of playfulness and desire to achieve goals

Spring, summer, autumn