Brac is the largest island at Croatian coast and the highest island among Adriatic islands with 778 meters. After We Pick You up at the place of Your accommodation, we begin a full day boat tour, surrounded by the blue Adriatic crystal clean water. Our first stop is Milna town, a seaside village at the island of Brac. Time to walk around and experience this charming authentic Croatian town. Back on board, we’ll make our cruise to the town of Bol. Bol is a town in the south of the island of Brac, renowned for its most popular beach, the Zlatni Rat beach. Here you will have free time to explore and swim. You’ll follow the magical shaded, waterfront trail from Bol to Zlatni Rat. Zlatni Rat is a beach with fine pebbles that glow in a golden hue. A thick pine forest creates its backdrop, where you’ll find a selection of beach bars, restaurants and plenty of room to build your safe haven away from the sun. Zlatni Rat is most famous for its horn (or cape), which shifts left and right as the wind and sea currents change their course. This phenomenon is seen primarily during the winter months when strong winds and currents curve the horn almost beyond recognition. Zlatni Rat is an oasis for those who wish to relax, bask in the sun, or float for hours in the serene sea. Besides the beautiful nature and unique beaches, Brac is widely known for its unique white stone that was used to build many famous buildings such as Diocletian’s palace, Šibenik Cathedral, and the most famous one – The Whitehouse in Washington. Also, Brac and Solta Islands are the perfect destination for swimming, snorkeling and relaxing in the sun. All it takes to reach this Adriatic oasis is a 40-minute speedboat ride!