Zlatni Rat Beach, Brac Island

Zlatni Rat (or Golden Cape) is a beach on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in Dalmatia region of Croatia.

It lays on the Brac Island about 3 km west of the Bol town.

This is one of the well-known beaches in Croatia, famous for its unusual shape, crystal clear waters, and surrounding pine forest.

There are a variety of facilities for the tourists on the beach and in the surrounding area: accommodations for any budget, cafes, restaurants, kiosks with food and drinks.

Getting there

Zlatni Rat beach can be approached using the following ways:

  • Using a boat: there is speed boat transfer service to Bol from Split
  • By bus: a 40 min ride from Supetar to Bol
  • Using a car: there is a car ferry from Split (the ride takes 1 hour, services hourly in season)
  • By foot: 2 km and 25 min walk to the Zlatni Rat beach from the center of Bol using a beautiful promenade through pine trees forest

The best way to get to the Brac island is using a ferry from Split, Makarska and other Croatian ports.

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Hotels near the beach

  • Zlatni Rat Beach Hotel, 3 stars
  • Hotel Bol
  • Bretanide Sport & Wellness Resort
  • Centar Marijan
  • Bluesun Hotel Elaphusa
  • Bluesun Resort Bonaca


  • Lifeguard
  • Toilets
  • Car Parking
  • Watersports
  • Changing Rooms
  • Showers
  • Sunbeds
  • Umbrellas

Beach on the map

Zlatni rat, 21420, Bol, Croatia