August in Manhattan Beach is a time for great weather, tons of fun, and events all along the beach. Visitors at the Sea View Inn have a lot to look forward to in Manhattan Beach during this beautiful summer month. Check out some of these events to really enhance your beach vacation.
Staying active when you're on vacation can be a challenge. But there's no better place for healthy living than Manhattan Beach. Around here, it's easy to find ways to get your body moving.
The Los Angeles South Bay is perhaps one of the best kept secrets in Southern California. Situated close to the airport and roughly halfway between Orange County and the metropolitan Los Angeles area, it provides easy access to everything that the area has to offer including a stay at the beautiful Seaview Inn in Manhattan Beach.
But the beauty of the South Bay "bubble," as locals call it, is that many activities are mere steps away. Want to sample some of the best that each of the South Bay's three beach cities have to offer? It's easy (and FUN!) to do in a day.
As the weather cools down it's tempting to stay inside with a good book and a comfy blanket. Don't let the winter blues steal your sunshine. Here are 4 Ways to Get Outside at Manhattan Beach.
August 1-5, we will be celebrating the 56th Annual International Surf Festival! The 2018 host city is Redondo Beach, but each of the 4 South Bay beach cities will have events on their shores. And to have easy access to all of the activities, plan to stay at the premier Manhattan Beach hotel - The Sea View Inn!
#ManhattanBeach is known for its sandy shores and clear blue waters. This is an ideal destination for water activities. With Manhattan Beach stretching over miles of ocean, there are water-filled activities to fit everyone's desires.
If you've never been able to check out a bodysurfing contest now is your chance! Gillis Beach Bodysurfing Association is sponsoring the International Bodysurfing Championship on August 5th. The contest is part of this year's 56th International Surf Festival being held at Manhattan Beach. Look for the first heat of bodysurfing to start at 6:45 am on the north side of the Manhattan Beach Pier.
Join us August 3-6, 2017 at Manhattan Beach, CA for the International Surf Festival, soak up the sun while you watch participants, ranging in age from 8-80, compete in a variety of events including a surfing contest, bodysurfing contest, beach run, dory race, and youth events and one of the fastest growing sports, paddleboard racing!
Guest enjoying a Sunny Day at the Beach, then returning to the Sea View Inn for a swim in our outside Heated Pool...
Manhattan Beach and Pier in LA County is an exposed beach break that has consistent surf. Summer offers the favoured conditions for surfing. The best wind direction is from the east. Most of the surf here comes from groundswells and the ideal swell direction is from the southwest. Waves at the beach are both lefts and rights.
Whether you’re getting on a board for the first time or you’re a seasoned rider searching for L.A.’s best breaks, there’s something for everyone. Beginners can learn how to surf with mellow, consistent waves, while experts can head toward the big stuff. No matter what level you’re at, you’ll want to check out these legendary L.A. surfing spots and dive into surf culture USA.
One of the best beaches for winter riding, Manhattan Beach takes the cake for large surfs (and waves with fast closeouts). Expect big waves and ideal opportunities to practice your aerials.
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.