Beach volleyball is played on the sandy beaches under the bright sunshine, making the experience enjoyable and worthwhile. Beach volleyball is much easier in comparison to indoor volleyball. You do not have to worry about your build or size in beach volleyball, unlike indoor volleyball. Since beach volleyball does not have coaches, you will also get the chance to experiment and play according to whatever strategy you believe is the right one; this gives you a much-needed ego boost. The mesmerizing music and enthusiastic spectators greatly increase the fun of the game.
Beach volleyball tournaments are organized almost every week in Prague, providing a recreational activity like no other. These are also available for children and amateurs. If you are unaware of beach volleyball rules, you can book yourself an instructor and become a pro at this game within no time at all. With so many beaches and courts to choose from, it would be a pity if you did not try your luck at this game while in Prague. Beach volleyball is preferred during the summer season; in winter, you can always play indoor volleyball since many beaches have indoor courts. What is even more exciting is that you can even rent a court with your friends and have the best time of your lives!
Freestyle park Modřany
Vltavanů, Prague 4 – Modřany; www.freestylepark.cz
The right mix of adrenalin, sports and fun right on the Vltava River. Athletes will really appreciate the 4 sandy courts for beach volleyball, beach football or handball. The Freestyle Park is located at the intersection of a popular Prague in-line track and the cycling path leading from Podolí to Komořany.
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Za Mlýnem 10, Prague 4 – Braník; www.beachbranik.cz
During the summer season, the complex offers 4 courts for beach volleyball and 2 indoor courts in winter. You can borrow all the necessary kit or book an instructor at the reception if you wish.
Beachclub Prague Pankrác
Horáčkova St., Prague 4 – Pankrác; www.beachklub.cz
Join in a tournament or rent a court with your friends. Thanks to this complex hosting top-class volleyball, the courts meet the most demanding standards. There are 7 courts open in two heated halls in the winter season, 8 courts in the summer.
Domyno Beach volleyball academy
Novodvorská 14, Prague 4 – Lhotka; www.beach.domyno.cz
The beach volleyball academy is part of the more extensive Domyno sports complex. As well as the 4 beach volleyball courts and the covered winter hall, the complex offers facilities for tennis, signing up to the fitness program or trying out the H.E.A.T. aerobic exercises.
Sportovní areál Strahov 1230, Prague 6 – Břevnov; www.beachpraha.cz
The Strahov heated sandy hall using German REHAU technology was the first project in Central and Eastern Europe. The arena is variable with three mainstay courts/pitches for volleyball, football, handball and badminton, configurable as needed. Outside are 4 more courts for beach volleyball, a football pitch with 3rd generation turf, and an outdoor sauna.
Beach club Ládví
Chabařovická 4, Prague 8 – Kobylisy; www.beachklubladvi.cz
The largest beach volleyball complex in Central Europe has 15 outdoor courts over the summer and 6 courts during the winter in the heated inflatable dome hall. You can participate in beach volleyball training camps for beginners and the more advanced or weekend tournaments.