The quiet, Mediterranean town Rogoznica has a naturally protected harbor, deep draft, which has always provided a safe anchorage for every boater. Dense pine forest, long promenade by the sea, beautiful beaches, islets and bays attract today besides boaters and many other tourists.
Tourism in Rogoznica has a very long tradition of existence since 1870. In the same year, foreign guests discovered Rogoznica as a desirable tourist destination and opened the first hotel of the Lušic-Rankovi family, called Rogoznica. The most numerous guests at that time were from Austria, the Czech Republic and Italy.
Rogoznica is known as a prestigious nautical center of the Mediterranean and one of the most beautiful and safest ports, and rightly took the title of one of the best Dalmatian holiday destinations.
Today's center of Rogoznica consists of the once mainland part called Kopaca and the islet of Kopara, connected by an artificial embankment into one whole. Legend said that the Reverend asked the locals that every Sunday when they go by boat to the island where the church was, everyone puts a big stone in the boat and throws it into the sea. So after a couple of years, that road was created. It is also the main road, Obala Kneza Domagoja Street, which connects the center of Rogoznica with an artificial island in the marina Frapa. Be sure to take a walk along this road that literally cuts through the sea and waves.
Apart from the marina Frapa, one of the most beautiful and safest in Meditarna, where the most interesting attraction of the whole Rogoznica, the salt lake Dragon's Eye, Rogoznica offers a handful of interesting things and many legends are connected to it.