A bit of a follow up to yesterday's post.
The Surfers Village is actually called FAST, or Free Architecture Surf Terrain and it's a (seemingly random) concoction of buildings, containers, caravans, a theatre arena and in general, bits a pieces looking as if they have been washed ashore by the sea.
It's actually part of an architectural project, but the outlook contributes to giving a very pleasant feeling of anarchy and hippiness that you don't get too often in NL.
In summer especially, they have a programme packed with open air events: cinema, theatre, weekly parties, plus unplanned performances from passing and resident artists and DJs.
Bonfire and cold beer included. And yeah, if you cannot make it home on your legs, there's an hostel on the premises.