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Approximately 4¼ Hours
Meals not included
Discover the incredible island of Brac, the most elevated island in central Dalmatia, famed for its historic Depart Hvar by speedboat, passing through the Pakleni Islands and heading for the island of Brac.
Brac is located between the island of Hvar and the city of Split on the mainland, and is famous for its lovely beaches. Bol village, located on the south side of Brac Island, is the oldest town on Brac and, indeed, it is one of the most famous ports in the Adriatic. It is characterized by a magical beauty and several historic monuments. Bol stretches a couple of miles along the coast and boasts the crystal-clear seas for which the Dalmatian coast is renowned. Upon arrival, you will have approximately 30 minutes to explore the village with your guide.
Then, hop into a local shuttle boat and head directly to Golden Horn Beach. Here you will have 1¾ hours for swimming or simply relaxing. Golden Horn (a pebble beach) is among the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic coast; it extends nearly a quarter mile out into the clear blue sea.
Up to six guests per boat. Wear your swimsuit under your clothing; bring a towel, reef-safe/biodegradable sunscreen, a cover-up for further protection from the sun, and a hat. The transfer from Bol to Golden Horn Beach is by local boat. Like most Adriatic beaches, Golden Horn Beach is small pebble stones (not sand). Pregnant women and guests with back or neck conditions are not allowed to participate.