Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape)

Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape)

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The Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) is unique in the world. Like a tongue it stretches almost half a kilometre perpendicularly out into the sea. The tip of this famous beach is constantly changing under the influence of the waves and the sea’s currents. Measurements have shown that the beach is getting longer every year. The total surface area of the beach is 19,900 m2, whilst the forested part is 8,600 m2. The beach is 2 kilometres away from the centre of the village. The path the beach is paved and you can also reach Zlatni Rat by small boat or the little tourist train.

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Dalmatia - Split
Bol
Natural
Yes
No
No
Yes
4000
163
366
Yes (1000 lots)
19
Beach for families with children
Sports and recreational facilities
Entertainment content for young people
Adrenaline beach
Beach for dogs
Beach for surfers
Beaches of a tourist complex
City/town beach
Diving beach
Eco beach
Local beach
Remote beach
Romantic beach
Rural beach
Concrete
Stone
Swamp
Sand
Small pebbles
Gravel
Rocks
Asphalt
Gravel
Coastal path
Walking trail
Sea access only
Enough
Little
A lot
NA
Natural shade
Forest
ATM
City/town beach
Playground for children
Public phone
Bench
Trash can
Deck chairs
Marina
None of the above
Dance floor
Dock
Sports playground
Beach umbrella
Shower
Water slide
WC
Wi-Fi
Bar
Fast food
Café bar
Bakery
Pizzeria
Restaurant
Pastry shop
Stands for selling products
Animation
Badminton
Bowling
Bungee jumping
Windsurfing
Jet-ski
Kayak and canoe
Rent-a-bike
Rent-a-boat
Beach volleyball
Open swimming pool
Parasailing
Picigin
Swimming
Snorkelling
Beach canoes
Towable tubes and bananas
Water skiing
Water scooters
Water polo
Water sports
Windsurfing
Indoor swimming pool