Where Mediterranean way of life is still very much alive
Where is it?
Located in a deep bay sheltered from the wind, a small town of
Rogoznica and its 50 km long unspoiled coast is a nautical
heaven rich with ideal climate, stunning beaches, shadowy pine
forests and natural phenomenon salt water lake Dragon's Eye with
a distinctive flora and fauna.
A quiet and warm town centre where mediterranean way of life is
still very alive, is brimming with the old stone houses placed
above a palm-filled promenade. There is plenty of history rooted in its streets and sacred
buildings as well as myths and legends yearning to be explored.
How to get there?
Due to proximity of the airports (25 km from Split airport, 110
km from Zadar airport) and the A1 highway, Rogoznica is easily
reachable regardless what type of transport you prefer.
With award winning Marina Frapa, considered one the most
beautiful on the Adriatic, and vicinity of ferry lines and bus
routes connecting all main Dalmatian destinations, Rogoznica is
also a perfect jumping-off point for various excursions and day
trips into the region, up north from Plitvice National Park,
down south all the way to Dubrovnik.
To sum it all, Dalmatia’s beating heart Rogoznica is an
unmistakeable inauguration point and an epicentre of your custom