Zlatni rat is probably the most famous beach on the Adriatic Sea, located to the west of Bol, on the south coast of the island. Due to its strangeness and beauty and one of the most famous symbols of Croatian tourism.
This phenomenon is a pebble cape is about a thousand feet long, which mourns the crystal clear sea. The beach is special in that it changes shape and position, depending on the wind.
Golden horn sticking just to the narrowest part of the Hvar channel acting as a kind of booster for all NW, W and SW winds, which Zlatni rat makes it extremely attractive location for windsurfing.