Rogoznica - Croatia

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Street in Rogoznica

Rogoznica is a beautiful village in northwestern part of Dalmatia. The settlement has a history that can be traced back to the 14th century. Most of the fishing boats are now replaced by yachts and sailboats in the large marina.

Rogoznica is situated around a deep bay where the southern part of the village is found on an island. The shallow water between the mainland and the island has been filled with stones and a road is now connecting the two parts of the village. The picture below is taken from the island displaying the roatd and the mainland in the background.

Rogoznica - Croatia

Like most Croatian villages Rogoznica attracts tourists from all over Europe in the summer months. In the bay you also find a beach close to the famous marina. Along the shoreline there are shops and restaurants. The post office and the church of St. Nicolas (seen to the right) are found on the island.

The large marina (Marina Frapa) is found in the bay of Soline (see map of Rogoznica), protected from all sides. Marina Frapa is a high-class marina with 300 berths offering all the facilities you can hope for. This is one of the finest marinas in the Adriatic Ocean and it has been awarded for its high standard.

Beach in Rogoznica

You don't have to be a sailor to visit Rogoznica. The village offers long boardwalks and restaurants known for their fresh seafood. On warm summer days you can also take a bath or just relaxe on the beach. 

Taking a walk in the old centre of the village reveales old buildings aparted by narrow streets.

If you want to experience cultural events you are not far from the beautiful town of Trogir (to the east) or Sibenik (to the north).

church in Rogoznica

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