Before you came to Croatia you may have never heard about Bol on the island Brac, but you are most certainly familiar with the famous beach near Bol: Zlatni Rat or freely translated as the Golden Cape. You can not pick up one promotional material about Croatia without stumbling upon the photo of Zlatni Rat beach. Zlatni Rat beach is one of the Adriatic’s most distinctive beaches and on many renowned lists ranked as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Just before the famous Zlatni Rat beach there is a small pebble beach with silvery glove and the most refreshing and clear sea you will most likely ever encounter. It is the Murvica beach where we recommend you to stop, jump into the sea and get the ultimate refreshment before visiting the town of Bol.
From our speedboat you will be right in the heart of the town. You will notice a lot of bars and restaurants and we recommend you to sit down for a refreshment before you head down towards the famous Zlatni Rat beach. here is a green market right next to the harbor and it might be vise to stock up with different fruits to bring with you on the beach. You also have a supermarket nearby for any additional needs.Zlatni Rat beach is most famous for its horn which is moving left and right as the wind and sea currents change their course. This phenomenon can be particularly seen during winter months when strong winds and currents curve the horn almost beyond recognition.On the end of this amazing day we will take you to Milna, a small town in the western part of the island famous by its marvelous bay, in which the ships of the emperor Diocletian have found a secure harbor in the time of building of his palace in Split.