Bluesun hotel Borak

Address: Put Zlatnog rata 42, Bol, 21420, Croatia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Put Zlatnog rata 42, Bol, is near Marshall Tito's home.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Bluesun hotel Borak Bol

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    Travel Blogs from Bol

    Hm, malo informacija može biti lijepo!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Nov 30, 2014

    10 comments, 141 photos

    ... to take all day to explore Istria’s abandoned villages and were hoping we would not be marooned among the cobblestones in towns inhabited solely by ghosts. We got a hot tip on a local woman’s house with a “Konoba,” or tavern serving homemade/domestic traditional cuisine. It was about ten kilometers up a tiny gravel road and it was fantastic, despite the downpour. The kind woman made us a platter of local grilled meats, fresh salads, local cheeses, goulash, ...

    Another historic Croatian city.....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... area as the front was packed with oriental tour groups. I had a nice Penne Bolognese along with a glass of wine and of course coffee. We had a nice visit over dinner and I got to know the others a bit better.

    After dinner when we left to return to the hotel, it wasn’t apparent right away but as it turned out we were only a few doors from the restaurant we dined at last night, so it was easy to find the landmarks.

    I went to bed a bit early as I had to be up ...

    Bol Friday 30th May An easy day.

    A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 30, 2014

    13 photos

    Our last day on board, we left Hvar at 8am and sailed for Bol. We moored just outside Bol for a swim ( plus the harbour was full). The water was just like Sumner Beach - cold. The coldest the sea has been so far. I swam my 2 laps off the boat in amongst the rolling chop.
    We had a walk along the pathway next to the sea and came to the 'sandy' beach. The Croatian definition of a sandy beach is plenty of small stones which can give your feet ...

    Let's Split

    A travel blog entry by mike_erin on Oct 10, 2013

    8 photos

    ... over the place. Waste not, want not I suppose. I don't do well with underground areas in the first place so maybe I was more unsettled than most people might have been! Anyhow... Aside from the boardwalk, palace and old town we didn't see a whole lot more in Split. It's a lovely place though and kind of reassuring to actually be somewhere that was open and welcoming to the tourist throngs. Tomorrow we head to Gospic. From there we ...

    I'm Sailing!

    A travel blog entry by millervilles on Jul 14, 2013

    6 photos

    ... find them and to see what Milna had to offer.

    We were surprised to discover that the grocery was still open and took advantage buying food, wine, and lots of pivo. There was a bit of a celebration in Milna that night that and as we wondered by the Main Street that faces the harbor we made our way through a large crowd that had gathered to listen to live musics and play games like bobbing for apples. This eventually evolved into pivo chugging competitions ...