If your future plans involve buying a new holiday home in Croatia, Bol could be your dream destination. The town is perfect for your everyday life, but also abundant in typical Dalmatian and Mediterranean features. As one of the most popular destinations on Dalmatian coast, buying a holiday home in Bol will make your vacations unforgettable. Bol has a wide offer of both apartments in recently constructed buildings as well as family houses suitable for gatherings and relaxation. Depending on your preferences, you could always choose between a finished house or a renovation project that will invoke your creativity.
About Bol and Brac Island
Bol is the oldest coastal settlement on Brac. It exists in the surrounding of the southern landscape, at the foot of the Bol crown and Vidova Mountain the highest island peak and at the same time the highest point of all Adriatic islands (778 m).
Island of Brac is characterized by very favorable climate, mild, mostly moist winters and dry, hot and sunny summers. Local and seasonal winds also help maintain favorable climate. Local wind from the west makes life easier in hot summer days, and makes Bol a paradise for surfers.
Archaeological finds confirm that the area was inhabited in Roman times. Evidence suggests that Bol was destroyed by Arabs in 872. In the port is a 15th-century palace with decorated Gothic windows in its southern facade, and there are also two Renaissance citadels.
What to Do in Bol?
Bol offers possibilities for active vacation (scuba diving, windsurfing, biking, tennis), relaxing (welness centers), interesting landscapes and sightseeing (Blaca, Dragon Cave, excursions).
Bol has many beautiful beaches. To the west from Bol lies the beach Zlatni rat (Golden Horn) one of the largest and most beautiful attractions of the Adriatic. Like a small tongue it extends nearly half a kilometre into the clear blue sea.
Zlatni rat is a pebble beach which offers ideal conditions for water sports such as surfing and kiting. The beach has a diving and surfing school where you can rent the necessary equipment.
Behind the beach, there is a pine tree forest in which there are many restaurants where you can freshen up from the heat and where your kids can have fun on the playground. Zlatni rat offers an outstanding night life for the younger population.
How to Get to Bol?
You need to get to Croatia first, and given the many airlines that connect all major cities, it’s pretty simple. If you land in Zagreb, Croatia Airlines has flights from Zagreb to Brac Airport (BWK) from where the shuttle bus takes you to Bol.
If you land in Split, there are many ferry lines from Split to Supetar from where you can take a local bus to Bol. The ride takes 1 hour. If you are coming by car, a ferry is a perfect option because you will be in Bol in the blink of an eye. Taxis will take you much faster. During the summer months there is direct catamaran line from Split to Bol.
Wherever you come from the mainland, there are numerous possibilities for air and water taxi transport.