The small town of Bol on the southern side of the island of Brac is home to probably the most famous Croatian beach, Zlatni rat, translated as Golden Horn or Golden Cape. This pebbled beach can be found on many tourist prospects, making it one of Croatia's most recognizable summer symbols. Although it is 1000 meters long, it often changes its shape. As the wind blows, it rearranges the pebbles, giving the very top a different and slightly curved look. A nicely landscaped promenade takes you from the center of Bol to the beach in just 15 minutes.