The Golden Horn, also called Zlatni Rat, is the most spectacular of Croatia's beaches. This vast, golden pebble beach, almost 580 yards long, juts out into the water like a white tongue stretched into the sea. The tip of the beach changes shape and position, depending on the wind. Surrounded by pine wood and crystal clear sea, this beach stands out with its fascinating beauty.
Situated at the south eastern edge of the Croatian island Brac, near Bol, this beach became, throughout the years, the favorite spot for tourists both Croatian and foreign. The beach attracts tourists from all over the world, who enjoy the sun, the sea and water sports.
The Golden Horn offers a wide range of water sports, including jet-ski, SSI scuba-diving, banana boats, as well as parachute rides, beach volley and many other fun things. For those who just want to relax, away from the scorching sun rays, the nearby pine forest represents a perfect retreat.
The world-famous beach "Golden Horn" (Zlatni Rat), on the Adriatic coast of Croatia, is unique not only for its smallest pebble, but also the form, which is the letter "V", depending on the direction of the wind and sea currents beach changes its shape !
The beach is on the skeleton of Brac (Brac) - the third largest island in the Adriatic.