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Zlatni Rat Beach - The Beach That Is Constantly Moving- Croatia's Famous Gem And Destination

Zlatni Rat, commonly referred to as the Golden Horn or the Golden Cape, is one of Croatia's most well-known and breathtaking beaches. This lovely stretch of sand stretches over 300 meters into the magnificent Adriatic waves and is situated on the southern shore of the small island of Brac, about a mile from the town of Bol. Its uniqueness is its shape, which is constantly shifting according to winds and ocean currents.

Best time to visit: May-To-Oct
Things to do: Attend A Cruise, Go Kitesurfing, Sea Kayaking, Enjoy Jet Skiing

HOW TO REACH ZLATNI RAT BEACH

  • Ferry - Regular ferry service is available from numerous locations, including Split. You can ride the catamaran (passengers only) directly from Split to Bol, the town that is closest to the beach. If you own a vehicle, you can take the ferry from Split or Makarska to Supetar, where you can find public transportation options like buses and taxis as well as rent a vehicle. Approximately 40 minutes are needed to go from Supetar to Bol.
  • Flight - Brac (BWK) Airport, which is located 5 kilometers from Zlatni Rat Beach, is the closest airport. Split (SPU) (41.2 km), Zadar (ZAD) (139 km), Sarajevo (SJJ) (151.1 km), and Dubrovnik (DBV) (153.6 km) are more airports that are close by.

HOW TO GET AROUND

  • Local Bus - The bus network in Croatia is operated by a variety of different companies, but the services are well-integrated and the bus terminals are usually well-kept, with departure times that are prominently displayed and effective booking options. Inter-city buses (autobusi) are typically contemporary, air-conditioned coaches, making long distance travel rarely uncomfortable. Stops of ten minutes or longer are made every two hours or so.
  • Ferry - The Croatian mainland is connected to the Adriatic islands by a large number of ferry routes. Although private operators (like the Krilo catamaran fleet) are starting to offer competition, the majority of them are operated by Jadrolinija, the primary state ferry company.
  • Rental - If you hire a car for a reasonable amount of time in Croatia, it will work out to be inexpensive. Depending on the season, a small hatchback with unlimited rides will cost anywhere from 820 Kn per day to 1600 Kn per week.

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