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Zlatni rat beach

Zlatni rat beach is situated on the island of Brac (close to the town of Bol) and can be a great relaxeded holiday spot or a day tour from Hvar island. In order to get on the Brac island, get a ferryboat from Split that will get you to Supetar or straight to Bol. This is a pebble beach that provides a perfect conditions for water sports including surfing and kite-surfing. A consistent mid-day western wind known as a "Maestral" has made the Zlatni rat beach a well known spot for windsurfers. The beach has a scuba diving and wind-surfing club where you can lease the required equipment. As a result of its lengthy tip that extends in the direction of the sea and transforms its form according to the wind and waves, it was titled one of the most stunning beaches in the Europe. The beach on both side of the spit stretch for around 600 metres totally, but the precise form and size of the landform differs with regard to adjustments in tide, current, and wind.

 
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How to get to Zlatni Rat Beach

From Split you can take the fast boat (passengers only) straight to Bol, the nearest town to the beach. If you have a vehicle you can get the ferryboat from Split or Makarska to Supetar, where you'll find a public bus service, taxis cab or can lease a car. The travel from Supetar to Bol takes approximately 45 mins.

Turquoise transparent sea is chiller than anyplace else as a result of the currents running between the Brac and Hvar islands, but that's really good if you wish to cool down after rolling on the hot beach stones for hours. Beach is bordered by a pine forest, that offers shadow and drinks in one of the tiny beach clubs. Zlatni rat presents an impressive night life for the younger people. In the course of summer season, lifeguards take care of your safety all throughout the day. There is a car parking not far away if you come by car and you can reach the beach by a tourist motorboat or a tourist train that runs from Bol every 30 minutes.

Is Zlatni Rat for families?

Absolutely! The beach has lifeguards on duty to safeguard you throughout summer season, and there is a century-old Mediterranean pine forest only 2 minutes walk from the waters edge, making it possible for you to take shelter from the sun. Kids can enjoy one of many play areas, including one situated in a nearby coffee bar. Make sure to keep an eye on kids carefully as the water gets deep really quickly. Even though the pebbles are rounded, for kids get a water shoes to provide protection to their feet.

Nudism

Zlatni Rat is not a nudest beach, even though on the western part in one of the smaller sized bays is an authorized nudist area.

Save money

If you are taking a trip on a small budget plan, carry with you snacks and beverages as the kiosks are known to have considerably increased rates than other locations on island of Brac.

Accommodation in Zlatni Rat Beach

There are a variety of accommodation choices near to Zlatni Rat beach. Featuring private apartments, little and family run hotels but your pick should be the Bluesun Hotel Elaphusa, where you can enjoy the four star luxury with sights to Zlatni Rat and the Island of Hvar.

 
 
 
 

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