As you already know, Croatia is the country of the 1000+ islands. The tallest one out of them is definitely Brač, with its highest peak called Vidova Gora at 778 meters above sea level. It provides an amazing view of Croatian landscapes, but there one place which is very special to see from the top. It is the world-famous beach “Zlatni Rat” in Bol.
“Zlatni rat” is one-kilometer long sand and pebble beach. Sea has been shaping and rolling these little stones according to the wind, so the beach constantly ‘relocates itself’ naturally. It is definitely the greatest attraction of Brač. Windsurfers and kite-surfers love it, so you will encounter various surfing schools there.
This island Brač has some of the best olives in the world. In case you wonder what else to do in Brač – there are lots of places to see; from cultural attractions to beaches. It is important to emphasize that there are many events along the coast of Brač.
If you arrive during the days of “Mrduja”, it will be even more fun. People from Brač and Solta island love trying to claim ownership over a tiny islet called Mrduja, which stands geographically between them. Each year those two islands try to pull the rope as strong as possible. The team that pulls the rope stronger claims Mrduja islet for that year. Pick the date and we will prepare our water taxi for you.