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What a beautiful ride on great roads, loads of switchbacks, amazing viewpoints, stunning vistas and the absolute cherry on top is the view to Zlatni Rat beach, Bol and over to Hvar from the summit.
An absolute must.
A MUST VISIT ON BRAC!
Staying in Bol, we wondered whether this would be worth the 30min drive up... it certainly was! We were lucky enough to time it perfectly for sunset and it’s one of the BEST we’ve EVER seen.
You can drive all...More
Definately worth the drive through pretty forest to the top - the road is well signposted and sealed all the way and there is ample parking at the top. The views are pretty hazy but you do see Zlatni Rat and and the island laid...More
We were part of a walking holiday group and walked from an insignificant ghost village called Gažul up to Vidova Gora. This was good because it was shady woodland on the way up, and only a 200m ascent. The walk down to Bol is a...More
We hiked to Vidova Gora. It took us 5 hours and 30 minutes. The hike is moderate with a very interesting trail. The panoramic view from the top takes away all exhaustions of the hike. Most people drive to this place but we found lot...More
This is the highest point of all the croatian islands. You can reach it by car of by foot. When you reach the top, you get a magnificent view of Zlatni rat beach, the town of Bol and all the neighboring islands.
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It took my son (17 years old) and I 1.5 hours to get to the top. We started from just behind the grocery store just off the highway. We were walking pretty fast and didn’t really take many breaks. I would say 2 hours... More
It took my son (17 years old) and I 1.5 hours to get to the top. We started from just behind the grocery store just off the highway. We were walking pretty fast and didn’t really take many breaks. I would say 2 hours would be a more leisurely pace and expectation.