Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn/Cape) is probably the most famous beach in the Adriatic and one of the most recognized symbols of Croatian tourism, being regularly voted as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
It’s a pebble beach that stretches for a few hundred meters on a promontory near Bol, on the southern coast of the island of Brac. The closest big city is Split, where you can take ferries to get to the island.
The uniqueness of this beach is that it changes its form to changing tides, currents and wind. An almost constant maestral wind and crystal clear water, although a little cold, make it a must for lovers of windsurfing.
To the west of the main beach you can find many bays reserved for naturism. The beach is surrounded by a pine forest, where you can find the remains of a Roman villa, including a former swimming pool.