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Bol

Bol is a charming town located on the island of Brac in Croatia. Known for its beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters, and vibrant nightlife, Bol is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Croatia. Visitors can indulge in a variety of water sports, including windsurfing, kitesurfing, and diving. The town is also famous for its stunning natural beauty, including the famous Zlatni Rat beach. For those seeking a more relaxed vacation, the town’s beautiful parks and gardens offer the perfect escape. Whether you’re a beach lover or a partygoer. Gathered around a compact marina, the old town of Bol is an attractive place made up of small stone houses and winding streets dotted with pink and purple geraniums. While it’s short on actual sights, many of its buildings are marked with interpretative panels explaining their cultural and historical significance.

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 crowds, the “golden cape” is a gorgeous place. Made up of smooth white pebbles, its elegant tip is constantly shuffled by the wind and waves. Pine trees provide shade and rocky cliffs rise sharply behind it, making the setting one of the loveliest in Dalmatia. There’s a small nudist section immediately west of the cape. To avoid the worst of the winds, you’re best to hit the beach in the morning or late in the afternoon.

Things to do in Bol

Zlatni Rat

Zlatni Rat

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 crowds, the "golden cape" is a gorgeous place. Made up of smooth white pebbles, its elegant tip is constantly shuffled by the wind and waves. Pine trees provide shade and rocky cliffs rise sharply behind it, making the setting one of the loveliest in Dalmatia.

Dominican Monastery

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-century foundations. Although it's often closed, the main church has a magnificent altar painting from the workshop of Venetian superstar Tintoretto.

Stina

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 drops, including indigenous Croatian varietals pošip, vugava, tribidrag and plavac mali.

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