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Sand & Surf: Volleyball Tourney and Int'l Surf Festival

14 July 2016 Written by   Jeff Shotwell Published in blog
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The annual Charlie Saikley 6-Man Beach Volleyball Tournament is almost here! On August 4th and 5th, 2016, plan to spend the day in the sand! The tournament takes place during the International Surf Festival, which begins August 4th and runs through the 7th. Both the volleyball tournament and the festival itself will be memorable experiences for all who join!

Playing in the Sand

For those who enjoy volleyball, the Charlie Saikley Volleyball Tournament is the place to be. Started by Charlie Saikley in the 1970s, the tournament focuses on the basics of volleyball - with a kick. Participants are encouraged to wear costumes, making this quite the sight to see. A Jr. 6-Man tournament is held to allow kids to participate and learn more about this fast-paced sport.

Don't Forget the Surf Boards

For those who enjoy riding the waves, the International Surf Festival may be for you. During the festival, enjoy many activities including a surfing contest, beach run, and youth events. These events are focused on physical fitness, so be prepared to burn some calories. Registration is open for the many activities offered.

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WHERE TO STAY?

Looking for hotels in Manhattan Beach? When you're planning to join in on the events, you may want to stick as close to the beach as possible. This year, make your vacation dreams come true and stay at the beautiful boutique Sea View Inn at the Beach - the coolest of all Manhattan Beach HotelsContact us to make your reservation at the Manhattan Beach hotel closest to the ocean!  Or simply call us at (310)545-1504.

The Sea View Inn at the Beach is centrally located to all South Bay (and Los Angeles) activities and makes the ideal and picturesque home-base while visiting Southern California!