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Rogoznica Town Info Brochure

Rogoznica is a town and a port in the Central Dalmatia, situated in a secluded bay. Rogoznica area has an indented coast, perfect for exploring on a charter sailing yacht.

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Location and climate

With special climate characteristics it differs from the Sibenik region, to which it belongs - it has a mixture of the warmer climate from the southeast and more severe climate from the north. The average winter temperature, in January, amounts to 7 °C, whereas in summer, July and August, it amounts to 25 °C.

History and sights

Rogoznica area has been inhabited since the prehistory, through the Middle Ages, even to nowadays. It is also considered that this area used to be the Greek colony called Heraclea. The first inhabitants settled the mainland part of Rogoznica at the end of the 14th century, and the islet, later connected with the mainland by a causeway, was inhabited when they fled from the Turks. Mixture of cultures and civilizations through centuries resulted with numerous monuments in this area, and the Mediterranean spirit can be felt at every step. Numerous monuments witness the island tradition and life. The most significant are: the church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary from the 18th century and the church of St. Nicholas from the Middle Ages. We should also mention the Church of St. John of Trogir, built in the 14th century on the Ploce promontory and the parish church from the 17th century, as well as the fortress above the town from the year 1809 built during the Napoleon wars.


Nowadays, Rogoznica is a typical Mediterranean tourist destination and the inhabitants are engaged in fishing, agriculture and tourism. Due to its image of a quiet Mediterranean town, Rogoznica offers its inhabitants and visitors peace and quite holidays. There are many pebble beaches, and the whole town is covered in pine trees. Rogoznica has quite an indented coast, and is, therefore, convenient for water activities (sailing, wind-surfing, etc.) One can also practice sports on sports grounds along the coast (tennis, basketball, handball, etc.) There is a salt lake Zmajevo oko (Dragon’s eye), close to the modern marina Frapa, and it is associated with many legends. It is assumed that the lake is of meteor origin, due to its very regular shape.

How to arrive?
By plane

If arriving by plane, you can choose the Split airport, that is 28 km away from Rogoznica. From there you can reach Rogoznica either by bus or taxi, but it is also possible to organize transfer to the marina.

By car or bus

If arriving by car, you can travel via Trieste, Rijeka, and then use the Adriatic highway toward Zadar and Sibenik, if you prefer to travel along the coast. Or you can use the highway when you reach Rijeka or the junction Zuta Lokva near the town Senj, about 60 km south of Rijeka, and continue driving toward Split. If you are arriving from the direction of north, you can either use the old route Zagreb - Karlovac - Gracac - Knin - Sibenik - Rogoznica or the highway Zagreb - Split.

By ship

If traveling by ship, you can use some of the ferry services from Rijeka or Dubrovnik toward Split, or international ferry or fast lines from Italy (Ancona, Civitanova, Giulianova, Pescara, Bari). From Split, you can reach Rogoznica either by bus or taxi.

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