Zlatni Rat Beach is the #1 beach in Croatia according to leading travel experts! America’s first fashion magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, placed Croatia’s most famous beach Zlatni Rat among the most beautiful beaches in the world. It's also on the list of 10 best beaches in Europe made by the famous travel magazine, Condé Nast Traveler. Zlatni Rat beach is situated on the southern coast of the Island of Brac, less than 2 km from the idyllic town of Bol. A breathtaking shaded stoned promenade leading from the town to the beach, along which you can find many small beaches, restaurants, bars, playgrounds for children, and even an outdoor community gym. Zlatni rat’s striking beauty has made it widely known as the symbol of both the island and Croatia. Zalatni Rat beach is commonly called the Jewel of the Adriatic as well, Golden Horn Beach, and symbol of the Adriatic. With 3 commonly used names this can sometimes be confusing to newer tourists so it's important to know all 3 names are interchangeable and are referring to Zalatni Rat beach. The most interesting fact about this beach is that it changes its shape and position, depending on the wind, tide, and current. During our extended stay, we witnessed this overnight and it was quite interesting. Zlatni Rat beach is protected by the government of Croatia as a geomorphological monument to help conserve it for future generations and tourists like us. Escaping The Bubble Travel Vlog video.