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Hail summer.

I have a curiosity to see the world including my own backyard. I was really excited to head back to the Dalmatia to explore a new island. We drove with the windows down, fresh air in my lungs and the radio playing songs that made me laugh.

Bol is a harbour town on the southern coast of the island of Brač known to all for its symbol, Golden horn (Zlatni rat). The seductive pebbly beach stretches into the Adriatic and its shape completely depends on the current, wind and tide. The sea is always calm on the one side of the beach and the other side is wavy. This beach gets quite busy but it’s worth checking out (best in the morning) and then finding a more quiet beach.

Upon arrival on the island of Brač the weather was mildly dramatic, rugged, unpredictable and at times, there were moments when I felt like it was autumn, but just as quickly as these thoughts occupied my mind the sun would burst through and for a moment everything was lit up.

Vidova gora (778 m ) is the highest point of the island and the highest peak of all Croatian islands. The road is winding and the view … well, the view is what everyone goes to Vidova gora for, even on a cloudy day.

I hope you like this little photo diary I put together to share my time adventuring around Bol. Let me know if you have visited Croatia and how did you like it. If anyone has any feedback I’d be so appreciative to receive your comments and questions below. 

♥︎ Unta

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