The Zlatni Rat, often referred to as the Golden Cape or Golden Horn is a spit of land located about 2 kilometers west of the harbor town of Bol on the southern coast of the Croatian island of Brač, in the region of Dalmatia.

It extends southward into the Hvar Channel, a body of water in the Adriatic Sea between the islands of Brač and Hvar, which is home to strong currents. The landform itself is mostly composed of a white pebble beach, with a Mediterranean pine grove taking up the remainder.

The beaches on either side of the spit extend for some 634 meters altogether, but the exact shape and length of the landform varies with regard to changes in tide, current, and wind. The spit points directly south. The farthest end, which is usually turned slightly toward the east, will often shift to the west in certain weather conditions, esp. a strong south-easterly wind known in Croatia as the Jugo. Changes in the shape of the beach occur once every two to three years and have been observed in 2010, 2016, and 2018.

The surrounding waters are usually cool and clear, due to the current in the Hvar Channel. The current is mildly hazardous for swimmers who venture far southward from the tip toward the open sea, as it could be difficult to swim back west toward the beach.