The following day we left the car and called an Uber to Split port (by the way, you can use Uber all around Croatia, which is much cheaper than regular taxis). We got the Jadrolina ferry from Split to Supetar on the island of Brac.
In Supetar we rented a 4×4 quad, this was an exciting experience, we were nearly running out of fuel on the way but made it to Bol.
Tip: when you hire the quad bike, always ask how much fuel is in the tank – they told us it was enough to get to Bol, but we cut it very very fine!
If you’re in Bol, definitely have lunch at Belvedere – we have a massive lunch of fresh fish, so yummy!
When we were finally re-charged and ready for our quad adventure, the next step was driving up towards the highest part and viewpoint of Bol, called Vidova Gora.
After our day of driving around on the quad, we decided to walk along the boardwalk in the evening to Zlatni Rat point (the strip of beach you can see sticking out in the picture). Plus, at night, the beach was dark and empty but still warm! A unique experience and an excellent place for ice cream and an evening stroll.