Zlatni Rat beach on Bol Brac Island, Croatia

The famous Zlatni Rat beach on Bol Brac Island, Croatia

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Zlatini Rat, or Golden Cape, is one of Croatia’s most unique and popular beach destinations. It’s not hard to see why.

The magnificent horn-shaped beach resides on the southern coast of the Croatian island of Brac, outside the resort town of Bol.

The 1700-foot white-pebble beach formed by the collision of two currents also runs perpendicularly out like a tongue stretching into the Adriatic sea.

Strong winds and waves constantly modify the beach’s tip, but the overall spit of land stays intact. The soft sand and blue seas of the famous Zlatni rat beach make it one of the best windsurfing and diving spots in the Mediterranean. And no, there are no rats!

Zlatni Rat beach
Zlatni Rat beach
Zlatni Rat beach
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