THE GOLDEN HORN BEACH
The Golden Horn beach is a worldwide famous symbol of Bol. Zlatni rat (Golden Horn or Golden Cape) is a natural phenomenon solely built by nature itself without any kind of human intervention. Thanks to its particular shape, it is one of the most exceptional beaches in the world. Many renowned business and travel magazines such as National Geographic and New York Times listed it as one of the most spectacular beaches in the world. The Zlatni rat is protected by the government of Croatia as a geo-morphological monument. The amazing thing about this pebble beach is the fact that it changes its shape and position, depending on the wind, tide and current. Another interesting fact is that it is constantly growing, getting longer over the years. On the island of Brač you can have three hours of free time.
Time for breakfast and coffee.
The town of Hvar is a real treat, since it is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world. Enjoy the islandʼs rich cultural heritage in a stroll that will take you through the long centuries of its existence. If you wish, you can buy a souvenir which is the symbol of the island of Hvar - a lavender, an herb of intense scent and beautiful purple color. The locals knit it for decoration and for repelling insects. Also, a lavender oil is well priced as it can serve a variety of purposes. You have one and a half-hour of free time in the town of Hvar, for immersing yourself into the sounds and scents, walking around the colorful streets and exploring the local cuisine in various restaurants and lounge bars.
Pakleni Islands are actually a set of islands located in front of the town of Hvar, famous for its beauty. The islands are not inhabited during the whole year and every single one of them has something different to offer – from bars and restaurants to beaches and scents of pines and local herbs. And yes, we just cannot go over it: the actual correct name of this set of islands is PAKLINSKI islands. It was named after paklina, a black resin characteristic for the type of pines growing on the islands which were used in shipbuilding.