Bol and Milna (Island Brac) private boat tour from Split or Trogir

Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours in Bol

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HIGHLIGHTS- Private boat tour  from Trogir(Kaštela,Split) to ISLAND BRAČ - BOL, MILNA- Enjoy a day on the sea at one of the most beautiful beaches on the world BOL - Zlatni rat on ISLAND BRAČ- Explore unique bay MILNA on Island BRAC, Wine teasting in old fisherman village. Travel by boat and see the sights from the water.- Visit old Yugoslovenian submarine army tunnel on Island Brac.
Tour program :Departure at 09.00h from (Trogir,Kaštela, Split) , 50 minutes thrilling speedboat ride to one of most beatiful beaches on the world Zlatni rat - Bol on Island Brač. Free time in Bol for enjoy in swimming, exploring place and lunch. After Half day day relaxing at Zlatni rat we go to explore old Yugoslavenian submarine tunnel, visit authentic fisherman's village Milna on Island Brač and taste traditional Dalmatian wines. . Return to the harbour in (Split, Kaštela, Trogir) at 19.00h.Info:Brač is famous for two things radiant white stone, used to build Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the White House in Washington, DC, and Zlatni Rat, the long pebbly beach at Bol Bol is most awarded and most popular holiday destination in Croatia. It is a small town on south side of the island BRAC. Bol is most known for its Zlatni rat beach, which is constantly rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by its visitors and magazines alike. It is on top ten lists by Lonely Planet, LA Times, Daily Telegraph and many others. Bol has a long tradition in tourism, with first recorded tourist arrivals in 1923.BEACH ZLATNI RAT - Interesting is that shape of the beach changes with the wind and water current every day.

What’s included

  • Private boat
  • Professional skipper (English language)
  • Bottled water on boat
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Wine teasting
  • Wind jackets
  • Full safety equipment on boat

What’s not included

  • Personal expenses
  • Lunch and drinks on islands