Welcome to Hotel Kaštil
Hotel Kaštil is partially located within a baroque fortress, the only preserved fortress in Bol. The fortress was built in the 17th Century and was used for defensive purposes against pirates. It was home to the aristocratic Vusio family - a family of sailors, ship owners, captains and warriors.
Located only five meters from the sea, Hotel Kaštil is the ideal location for rest and relaxation. Apart from the sea, you will also find Bol’s recreational facilities, cultural attractions and other amenities in the hotel’s immediate vicinity.
The hotel consists of 32 rooms with sea view, including 28 double rooms and 4 triple rooms. Additional facilities includethe restaurant Vusio, therestaurant pizzeria Topolino and thecocktail bar Varadero.
Your stay at Hotel Kaštil will provide you with the best that Bol has to offer.
More than a place to sleep
Restaurant VusioOur a la carte restaurant ‘Vusio’ offers top quality food and drink as well as a spectacular view of Bol’s harbor.More information
Pizzeria/restaurant TopolinoOurgastronomic offer based on a 20-year-long tradition guarantees the best quality pizzas and dishes.More information
Cocktail bar VaraderoAn ideal place for a morning coffee, a glass of good wine after dinner and cocktails late into the night.More information
Hotel Name Change
Acquisition of Kaštil Vusio
Establishment of Hotel Zlatni Rat
Vusio, a defense against pirates
Get to know Bol
Zlatni Rat is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Croatian coast and since 2015 it has been listed among the top 10 most beautiful beaches in the world.Nature built it as small pebbles settled and built up around underwater reefs. It extends 500 meters into the sea. Zlatni rat is located 1.2km from the center of Bol and can be reached by car, by tourist road train, taxi boat or on foot.
Bol is the oldest coastal village on the island of Brač. It is situated on the secluded southern slopes, below the ‘Bolske krune’ (the Crown of Bol) and ‘Vidova Gora’ (Mount St. Vid – 778 m), the highest point of all the Dalmatian islands.
Bol was once a settlement of winegrowers, fishermen and sailors but, today, it is primarily a tourist destination. The local people are open and original. This popular Brač settlement has a developed offer of modern hotels and diverse types of accommodation: private houses, apartments, villas and campsites. Read more about Bol…
Vidova Gora (Mount St.Vid) is the highest peak of the Adriatic islands. At the top there is a 12-metre high monumental cross made of white stone and next to it a traditional-style restaurantserving Dalmatian specialties.
Blaca is a monastery on the island of Brač. It is partly a protected area and consists of a church from the 17th Century, residential and commercial buildings, an observatory and a library.