Branislav Deskovic Art Gallery -
the gallery is located in the Bol port and housed in impressive Renaissance - Baroque palace.
It preserves and exhibits a valuable collection of Croatian contemporary art.
There are over 300 displays, including works of Branislav Deskovic, Edo Murtic and Emanuel Vidovic.
Blaca Desert - once a hermits' residence, famous for its Glagolitic heritage. Fleeing from the Turks, Glagolitic priests had found a haven there. At first they had lived in a cave, but later they upgraded thier residence and built church and monastery. Today, the site is used as a museum.
Dominican Museum - the museum is housed in Dominican monastery and exhibits various displays related to the town's history.
Bol Cultural Summer -
during the summer months, Bol lives a vibrant cultural life. A number of cultural events take place in tepid summer evenings.
Enjoy various artistic performances, including concerts, plays, folklore dances.
Fisherman's evenings -
are held every Friday during summer. Join a folk celebration with lots of delicious sea food, along with vivid local music.
It might be the best way to meet local customs and to experience a true spirit of the town.
Bol Municipality Day - the town of Bol celebrates its day on August 5, the Day of Our Lady of Snows. Due to a legend, once upon a time, on this day, Bol was covered with snow.
Beleive it or not, if you find yourself in Bol on that very day, don't miss the folk celebration and various manifestations during the day.