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 drops, including indigenous Croatian varietals pošip, vugava, tribidrag and plavac mali. Otherwise, just drop by for a glass of wine in elegant surrounds.

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Nearby Bol attractions

1. Our-Lady-of-Carmel Church

0.14 MILES

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…

2. 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…

3. Dominican Monastery

0.62 MILES

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…

4. Zlatni Rat

1.07 MILES

Zlatni Rat, Croatia's most photographed beach, extends like a tongue into the sea for about a quarter of a mile (400m). Despite the hype and constant…

5. Vidova Gora

2.15 MILES

At 778m, Vidova Gora is the highest point on the Adriatic Islands and the view from the top is astounding. From here the entire island of Hvar is spread…

6. Dragon’s Cave

2.81 MILES

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…

7. Vina Carić

5.48 MILES

Offers tastings and snacks from its cellar in Vrboska, 5km northwest of Jelsa.

8. St Lawrence's Church

5.56 MILES

Fifteenth-century St Lawrence's is crammed with valuable art, including what is believed to be a Veronese triptych above the high altar.