Bol is a municipality situated on the south side of the island and also the most famous touristic destination of the island. It consists of two villages – Bol and Murvica. According to the legend, Trojan Antenor, after being banished from Troy, came to Brač with his sailor Elaf who founded a city Elafuza.If your way ever leads to this place, here are some interesting things you should know about Bol.
Only here you can find a house in a house. Going toward Murvica you will come upon abandoned monastery overflowing with bats, so watch out.
It is best known for its famous beach Zlatni rat – symbol of the Adriatic, made of pebbles that have been rolling down from Vidova Gora. However, be aware because its peak shifts sides depending on the sea currents and wind change.
We suggest you get yourself a copy of Brač Pass for more amazing facts about this place and some coupons to help you enjoy it to the maximum!
For other inquiries, visit TOURIST BOARD of this southern beautiful town.
Murvica is a picturesque little village surrounded by vineyards and some of the most beautiful beaches on the island. It is situated about 4 km...