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Brac Island

There are two things to know about the island of Brać: the first, involves white limestone and the second, regards a rather peculiar beach. The white limestone, known as Brać limestone, is mined in local quarries. It was used to build the Palace of Diocletian in Split as well as to face the White House in Washington D.C..

Zlatni Rat is the name of the most unusual beach on the Croatian seacoast. It is located in the small fishermen’s village of Bol and has a unique feature – its southern end can change shape depending on the waves and wind. The beach stretches out into the sea for 300 meters, welcoming bathers from both sides. If vacation time on the beach is not included in your program, you should at least drop into the town of Supetar and buy a bottle of famous local wine Bolski Plavac.