That is Frescobol

Beach sports par excellence in Brazil (Frescobol), Israel (Matkot), Spain (Raquetas), South Africa and Italy. In Germany, a variant is known under the term beach ball. Incidentally, “Frescobol” comes from Portuguese and is made up of “fresco” (fresh) and “bol” (ball).


The play forms for Frescobol, Beachball, Matkot and Raquetas..

Balls for Frescobol


The blue ball is made of soft foam and is intended for the beginning. It can also be used indoors because it is light and does not fly that far.


The orange ball is identical to the yellow one and consists of a rubber mixture that was specially developed for Frescobol. The air-filled ball has a medium-fast rebound and can be hit up to 40 meters away.


The yellow ball is identical to the orange one and therefore consists of a rubber mixture. It weighs around 40 grams with a diameter of 5.5 centimeters.

Salt on Wood stands

for the perfect beach vacation

The sound of the waves, the sand between your toes and the warmth of the sun on your skin. For many it is the best time of the year: spend an hour with a good book, talk to your best friends without time stress or enjoy a cold beer.
The Frescobol bats from Salt on Wood are sporting goods, but none that you have to take too seriously. Unlike surfing, the beach kick or beach volleyball, where you quickly cut a bad figure without the necessary talent and years of practice, with the Frescobol rackets from Salt on Wood you are immediately there even without previous knowledge. Beach tennis is easy, the ball flies farther than you think and the goat does it all.