Zlatni rat (Golden Cape or Golden Horn) is probably the most famous beach in the Adriatic, in village Bol, on the south coast of the island Brac. Because of its unique look and beauty it’s one of the most famous symbols of Croatian tourism.
This phenomenon is a pebble cape, long around a thousand meters, which is mourned by the crystal clear sea. The beach changes shape and position, depending on the wind that blows.
It’s situated just in the narrowest part of the Hvar Channel, what act as a sort of booster for all NW, W and SW winds, which Zlatni Rat makes extremely attractive location for windsurfing
Higway Zagreb- Split, and by ferry from Split Harbour to Brac. By car from harbour to village of Bol