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Vidova Gora is the highest mountain of all Adriatic islands (778 m above the sea level).
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island's highest peak – Vidova gora, 778 m high. This is the highest peak of all Adriatic islands, with beautiful view over the islands of Hvar and Vis, and, in fine weather, even Italy. You have the chance to relax on a really special point on the island
Vidova Gora on the island of Brač is the highest mountain and one of the most beautiful viewpoints of the Adriatic.
the highest mountain and one of the most beautiful viewpoints of the Adriatic. The view from the top reveals the southern coast of the island with its green belt surrounding Bol. The sight of beach Zlatni Rat is particularly alluring; a narrow sand cape penetrating sharply some 600 meters into the…
The highest mountain on the island. I recommend to be visited in spring or autumn, not in summer. Too hot.
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“This pretty terrace right above the Riva is where locals go for a good traditional meal. If you’re feeling adventurous, try the vitalac (spit-roasted lamb offal) or call ahead to order the delicious lamb or octopus under peka (domed baking lid).”
- 9 locals recommend
“As the evening arrives, after your dinner, visit Varadero in the soul spot of Bol. Varadero is a night cocktail bar with a long tradition for a reason. Easy-listening house music, friendly, but yet, professional staff and relaxed atmosphere is the simple Varadero formula. When the evening gets young, until 2:00 am, this is the place to seek for your night-out warmup!”
- 13 locals recommend
“It is settled under the big tree that makes great shed in the summer. Hip people, many domestics are coming there.”
- 6 locals recommend
“This large operation offers beginner's windsurfing courses (990KN) and rents windsurfing boards (per hour/half-day 120/270KN), stand-up paddleboards (per hour/day 100/370KN) and kayaks (per hour/day from 52/187KN). It also rents mountain bikes (per hour/day from 30/900KN) from a stand a little further down the promenade.”
- 2 locals recommend
“A special importance for the spiritual and cultural life of Bol was the founding of the Dominican community in 1462, and the construction of the monastery in 1475 which keeps today collections of pre historical and ancient maritime archeology, Roman and early Croatian architecture and sculpture, a numismatic collection, and collections of incunabula's and sacral objects. The museum has also a painting Madonna with child and Saints from the Venetian painter Tintoretto from 1563.”
- 2 locals recommend