Zlatni rat beach got its own website

first_imgPlaža Zlatni Rat je simbol i zaštitni znak Hrvatske, a ponajviše otoka Brača tj. Bola. A sada je ovaj simbol dobio i svoju vlastitu, dvojezičnu web stranicu kao prva plaža u Hrvatskoj, a možda i u Europi sa svojom web stranicom – www.zlatniratbol.com Most visitors come from Germany, followed by Slovenes, Czechs, Croats and Austrians. “Given the situation, we can be satisfied with the visit. Ne bude li većih poteškoća vezanih uz korona virus nadamo se koncem srpnja postići oko 70% prošlogodišnjeg posjeta, a od 24.7, uz već jednu postojeću, očekujemo i uvođenje druge katamaranske linije direktno za Bol. Važno je istaknuti da se pridržavamo svih epidemioloških mjera kako bi se naši gosti osjećali sigurno i ugodno” said the director of the Tourist Board of Bol, Mr. Markito Marinkovic. The special story of Zlatni rat is its natural phenomenon where the beach itself changes its shape and position depending on the wind that blows, waves and sea currents, which form the very top of the beach, which is constantly changing. Interestingly, measurements have shown that the Golden War is getting longer every year.  The aim of the website is to inform guests about the offer on the beach, provide various service information, beach etiquette, as well as real-time weather forecasts, but also the related offer of the destination Bol. center_img Tourist workers in Bol currently achieve about 50% of last year’s tourist traffic, and they hope to be at about 70% of last year’s visit by the end of July. Do Brača trenutno prometuje dvanaest dnevnih trajektnih linija Split – Supetar i jedna katamaranska linija Split – Bol, a dva puta tjedno (utorkom i subotom) Zagreb je povezan s Bračem avionskom linijom. Početkom kolovoza planira se uvođenje i avionske linije iz  Frankfurta do Brača, koja bi bila aktivna do 23.10. Cover photo: Oliver Sjöström, Pexels.com / Illustration: HrTurizam.hrlast_img