In which country can you find this beach that resembles a “golden horn”?
From the Walls of Dubrovnik’s Old Town to the turquoise pools of Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia is filled with magical places. Zlatni Rat Beach, also known as the “Golden Horn,” consists of fine-pebbled sedimentary deposits from the coastal reef, while wind and waves shape the pointy stretch of coastline.
Surfers and kite-surfers flock to Zlatni Rat, which is only a mile away from the town of Bol. The Golden Horn regularly claims the title as one of “Europe’s Best Beaches,” as the white pebbles extend into the crystal-clear water of the Adriatic Sea — a picture-perfect scene on a summer day.
Answer: The correct answer is Croatia