Attractions

Top Choice Beach in Bol

Zlatni Rat

Croatia's most photographed beach extends like a tongue into the sea for about 400m. Despite the hype and constant crowds, the 'golden cape' is a gorgeous place. Made up of smooth white pebbles, its elegant tip is c…
Cave in Bol

Dragon’s Cave

It takes about an hour to hike to this strange cave from Murvica, 5km west of Bol, where an extremely unusual set of reliefs decorates the walls. Believed to have been sculpted by an imaginative 15th-century friar, …
Gallery in Bol

Branislav Dešković Art Gallery

Housed in a Renaissance-baroque town house right on the seafront, this excellent gallery displays paintings and sculptures by 20th-century Croatian artists. It's a surprisingly prestigious collection for such a smal…
Winery in Bol

Stina

This local winery operates a slick, modern tasting room in the First Dalmatian Wine Co-op warehouse (built in 1903), right on the waterfront. Call in at 5pm for a 30-minute tour and leisurely tasting of its top drop…
Monastery in Bol

Dominican Monastery

Positioned at the end of a pretty pebbly beach, this monastery was founded in 1475, but it's far from the oldest structure on the site; the little chapel by the beach was built in the 9th or 10th century on 6th-cent…
Church in Bol

Our-Lady-of-Carmel Church

Bol's main parish church is a pretty baroque structure built between 1668 and 1788. The sturdy stone exterior is ornamented with a frilly pediment set with a clock, a finely sculpted rose window and a stone angel ho…