Excursions from Bol

Bol excursions and daily trips

What can You visit while in Bol?

While in Bol there are a lot of places offering one-day excursion. You can visit neighboring islands or a few of the many Croatian National Parks. It is hard to recommend, but we will list the most interesting so You can see for Yourself.
Use navigation on the right to find out about interesting destinations You can visit during Your stay in Bol.

Brac Island Tour

This is the opportunity to visit island Brac, the Adriatic’s third-largest island, with its towns and picturesque scenery. In the central part of the island, we shall visit Skrip, the island’s oldest settlement, and its museum. We shall also pay a visit to Pucisca to see how famous Brac stone is quarried with a visit to stone masonry school and take the opportunity to go up to the summit of Vidova Gora (St. Vid Mountain, 780m 2560 ft) to enjoy the beautiful view of the town Bol and the surrounding islands of Vis, Korcula, and Hvar.

Half day tour by bus.
Guide and entrance fees are included.

Island Hvar

The town of Hvar has a lot of historical monuments interesting for visitors. A visit to 17th-century Theater, the 13th and 14th century Arsenal, or squares surrounded by numerous churches and palaces in different architectural styles complete the town image. The Franciscan monastery in the town is well known for its collection of paintings of old masters, including the most famous one – “The Last Supper” by Ingoli. The fort above the town offers a magnificent view of one part of the surrounding islands and the nearby archipelago.

Full day tour by boat.
Guide and entrance fees are included.

River Krka Waterfalls and Sibenik

Visit one of Dalmatia’s most valuable religious monuments, the 15th century St. Jacob’s Cathedral in Sibenik. Departure to Krka Waterfalls just 12 kilometers away from Sibenik.

in a wonderful natural setting, the water forms beautiful waterfalls cascading over 17 natural barriers and passing an altitude of 45 meters. This is the place where the national Park reveals all its beauty through the permanent play of sun and water. Free time for strolling, followed by swimming in its clear waters, or taking photographs of the scenic landscape around.

Full day tour.
Guide and entrance fees are included.

Fish Picnic

This is an outing for all those who like and want to change their surroundings from time to time and to enjoy the beauties and pleasantness offered by the sea and the sunshine. We sail to one of the numerous coves to enjoy swimming in the crystal clear sea and to spend several unforgettable hours bathing and resting on the beach and enjoying abundant grilled fish and wine.

Full day tour by boat.
Guide and lunch are included.

Town of Korcula and Island Mljet

A pleasant sailing along the islands of the Central Dalmatia and the Peljesac peninsula brings us to the Korcula island with the town of Korcula. Korcula is considered to be the birthplace of the famous traveler and explorer Marco Polo. The legend says that the town of Korcula was founded by the Trojan hero Anteon.

The cruise continues up to Mljet island, one of the loveliest and most densely wooded islands in the Adriatic Sea. The part of the island has been declared a National Park, whose main attractions are two saltwater lakes, ‘Veliko jezero’ and ‘Malo jezero’ (Great lake and Small lake). Join a boat trip to the islet in the Great lake for a visit to the 12th-century Benedictine monastery. For the rest of your free time, you can enjoy strolling through its dense pine woods, swim in the lovely lakes, or in the picturesque Pomena cove. return in the late afternoon.

Full day tour by hydrofoil.
Guide and entrance fees are included.

Jeep Safari Island Brac

This excursion takes us to visit the island of Brac in a great explorer’s style and up to the most interesting and the most beautiful places on the island, hardly reachable by classical vehicles.

Our itinerary passes through several attractive viewpoints and takes us up to the mount Vidova Gora, through abandoned villages and the shepherd’s settlement of Gazul, across fields, grazing lands, vineyards, and quarries. The white stone of Brac has been used for the building of towns and places as well as for numerous works of art throughout Croatia and the world. We shall also visit the Blaca Hermitage (Pustinja Blaca), a marvelous monastery built in solid rock.

The pace will be relaxed and adapted to the landscape you are getting to know. After the lunch of traditional Dalmatian dishes, we have a possibility to visit the Kopacina Cave as well.

Transport in 4WD vehicles, insurance, entrance to the Blaca Hermitage, guide, and lunch included.
Attention: the excursion is not recommended to persons with backbone problems/injuries.
We recommend taking along drinks and hiking shoes.


This old town, surrounded by thick walls and towers, looks like a precious jewel bathed by the sea. Its old town is at the same time a treasure trove of beautiful architecture and works of art, which have been jealously kept and preserved over the centuries.

Its beautiful palaces, old monasteries, and churches, old libraries, treasuries, as well as stone-paved streets and squares are just a part of what you can see and experience from the rich past of the town Dubrovnik.

Full day tour by hydrofoil.
Guide and entrance fees are included.

Rafting River Cetina

Rafting is one of the most exciting ways of exploring river courses and their picturesque surroundings. Our river adventure starts on the banks of the Cetina River in the Biokovo mountain hinterland region. Short instructions followed by a white water rafting up to Radmanove Mlinice (Radman’s Mills), where our adventure comes to an end, enjoy a stroll through the centennial wood or swimming in the clear mountain river. There is the possibility for lunch here.

Full day tour.
Guide, instructor raft and equipment are included.

Cetina River ~ Old Pirates’ Nest

A drive along the picturesque coast and then by the mountain road up to Omis, a small town on the estuary of the Cetina River. This swift mountain river meanders through canyons up to 300 meters high before reaching the sea, and we shall have the opportunity of seeing them. We shall continue our tour sailing in small boats upstream through a 6-kilometer long canyon of Cetina River to Radmanove Mlinice (Radman’s Mills), surrounded by centuries-old oak trees where we can have lunch. Local homemade specialties and local wine will add to a truly warm atmosphere—leisure time for exploring, strolling around, or swimming in the swift and clear mountain river.

Full day tour.
Guide included. Do not forget your camera!!!

Split and Trogir

Split lies on a peninsula surrounded by ancient towns and localities. We shall tour the oldest part of Split, the 4th century Diocletian Palace. We shall visit the ancient cellars, the peristyle, former Roman temples – today Christian ones, the Cathedral (Mausoleum of Emperor Diocletian) and the baptistery, and then up to the famous Golden Gate. After the visit to the old part of the city and leisure time, we continue our tour by bus up to Trogir, a little town under the protection of UNESCO. It was built on the site of a former Greek settlement of Tragurion, and it abounds in historical monuments, evidence of its rich past. There stands the Cathedral with its famous portal, a masterpiece made by local master Radovan, the City Loggia from the 15th century, the Benedictine Monastery from 1064, housing the Greek relief of Kairos (the God of the auspicious moment).

Full-day tour by speedboat.
Guide, local guide, and entrance fees are included. See also Split walking tour.