Bol used to be known as a town of winegrowers, sailors and fishermen, and has become one of the most famous tourist destinations in Croatia. Bol is a favourite destination for yachtsmen and excursion boats, marked by natural beauty and a culture that dates back to ancient times. Zlatni rat Beach Zlatni rat Beach is the most famous and largest beach on the island of Brač that extends 500 metres vertically into the sea in the shape of a swan’s neck. Famous Zlatni rat Beach is as supple as liquid gold, constantly changing its shape and bending under winds and sea currents to one or the other side. Due to its extreme beauty and elegance, it has become the landmark of Bol and the island of Brač, but also a symbol of Croatia. Dragon’s Cave and Blaca Hermitage Apart from Zlatni rat Beach, sites such as the Dragon’s Cave and Blaca Hermitage are also located in Bol. Dragon’s Cave is a fascinating site with its carved reliefs and religious figures, resembling a small church. Recommended for day trips. The Blaca Hermitage near Bol offers an unforgettable sight of interconnected houses, cliffs, a hill and a cave. The Blaca Hermitage is a true ethnological monument dating from the 16th century, erected on the cliffs by priests. Recommended for day trips.