Rogoznica is a picturesque town village which lies in a deep sheltered bay on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. It is located to the North of Sibenik and to the South of Split.
The town is surrounded by many pine forests and there is also a long coastal path. You will also have the opportunity to visit the famous Dragon’s Eye salt lake dotted with many limestone rocks and surrounded by lush vegetation.
Rogoznica is also a renowned yacht charter destination in the area and its local marina was built since 1966 with a sheltered harbor.The beautiful yacht harbor Frapa Marina is located to the West of the village and offers more than 450 berths for berths having a maximum length of 80m. The marina is also close to Solaris YC Marina in Sibenik, Kremik marina in Primosten and to Agana Marina.
During your visit in Rogoznica, you will have the opportunity to witness the famous fishing festival which is held every year in the town. It is also an occasion to taste Rogoznica’s fresh fish, especially its fish soup prepared a la Rogoznica. The Feast of Our Lady of Kapalice is also interesting to see, the ceremony is organized with a big procession of boats on the sea.
From Frapa Marina, you can also sail towards the National Parks of Krka waterfalls, explore the Kornati islands, the Plitvice lakes and also the many historic towns nearby like Split, Sibenik, Trogir or Dubrovnik.
f you are fond of diving, you can head for the huge underwater cliffs with the Gorgonian corals which lie a few meters away from the yacht harbor.
The popular resort of Rogoznica also boasts many different kinds of beaches from pebble, stone and concrete beaches.
You can sail along the coast and visit some of the most famous beaches in the area like Art, Crljina, Kopora, Lozica, Miline, Sepurine, Stupin-Celine and Zecevarska.
The beach near the Marina Frapa is also worth seeing, it has been awarded with the Blue Flag.
You will also have the opportunity to visit the oldest monuments like the beautiful Church of St John which dates back since 1324. The Church of St Nicholas is also worth-seeing; it lies beside Loznice Bay and was built in the 1615 and restored in the 19th century. You will also find many medieval architecture and several white stoned houses scattered in the town.