Bol is a town located on the island of Brac. Situated on the southern tip of the island, this town is in the Split-Dalmatia County and boasts a population of 1,661. Brac is situated between islands Solta and Hvar and it's biggest middle Dalmatian island with 395 km2 of space. Bol is the oldest town of Brac, one of the most famous seaside resorts of the Adriatic, and from the town of fishermens and wine growers it became a famous tourist centre. Apart from cultural monuments, Bol also features a number of natural beauties. Above Bol is the mountain range of Bolska Kruna (Bol Crown), the Illyrian hill-fort Kostilo and Vidova Gora (778 m), the highest peak of the Adriatic islands. Numerous restaurants in the town offer specialities of local and international cuisine and exquisite wines of Brac (the famous "Bolski Plavac").

The town of Bol is mostly famous for its beautiful beach, which has become a very popular destination for people in the area. The beach is called Zlatni rat, which means "golden cape."

The beach is comprised mostly of pebble rock that continuously moves with the tides. You can actually see the rocks moving with your own eyes. This is one of the main reasons people come to the beach. Bol is just about a hour away by boat from city of Split, which is second biggest Croatian city, well connected with the rest of Europe.
Brac also has it's own airport, enabling you to get to Bol really fast and convinient and spend beautiful holidays.