Bluesun Hotel Bonaca

Part of the Croatian-wide Bluesun Hotels and Resorts Group, the Bluesun Hotel Bonaca is an all-inclusive hotel minutes from the beach. Bright and modern inside and typically Croatian on the outside, the hotel offers more sports activities than a day at the Olympics. There’s a pool surrounded by a sun terrace, a separate one for the kids and a poolside bar to keep you hydrated. When hunger hits, head for the buffet restaurant, or dine al fresco at the Borak Beach restaurant if you’ve been splashing in the sea. There’s a full entertainment programme to enjoy in the evenings, too.

Overview of Bol, Brac Island

In the south of Brac Island sits a small town with sand and gravel beaches, crystal clear waters and a backdrop of luscious forest. Bol is the oldest town on Brac. The best beach on the Adriatic Sea is just 10 minutes away and, with historical hot spots aplenty and nature’s finest knocking on its door, it’s the perfect place for your holiday to Croatia. Adventurers can hike up mountains and explore hidden caves. History buffs can immerse themselves in monasteries. Families can frolic on Zlatni Rat Beach. Whatever your holiday dreams, they’re bound to come true in Bol.

Things to do in Bol, Brac Island

The Bluesun Hotel Bonaca is around 30 minutes away from Vidova Gora, the highest point on the island. It’s worth the hike up the rugged trail for the panoramic views; you can see as far as the Croatian mainland! Cool off in the beautiful, blue waters of Zlatni Rat Beach, or how about heading to Stina Winery for a wine-tasting session in the First Dalmatian Wine Co-operative warehouse? Go back in time with a visit to the Dominican Monastery and its collection of artefacts, or the 15th-century, fortified Gothic Summer Palace. Then spend the evening dining at a beach-side restaurant before hitting one of Bol’s excellent cocktail bars. Rich in historic heritage, with beautiful beaches and hospitable locals, Bol promises you a holiday you’ll never forget. The Bluesun Hotel Bonaca has everything you need, whether you return in the evening after a day of sightseeing and exploring, or take advantage of its day-time sports activities and evening entertainment.

Resort Summary

Brac Island is home to Zlatni Rat- one of the most famous beaches in the Adriatic. Located to the west of harbour town Bol, you’ll find its pebbles stretching out from the crystal-clear coastline, forming a spectacular golden horn shape- a symbol you can expect to see throughout the whole of Croatia.

As one of the top things to do in Croatia – holidaymakers flock here each year to snap a photograph of mother nature’s magnificent landmark and lounge on its smooth white pebbles. Or for those that prefer something a little more active there’s tonnes of water sports to have a go at. We’re talking jet skiing and paddle boarding to wind-surfing and kayaking.