NP Kornati

National Park Kornati consists of 89 uninhabited islands, islets and rocks in an area of only seventy square kilometres. Due to the dangers of navigating through this maze of rocks, the Kornati feature many old lighthouses and islands such as Blitvenica and Sestrice, which are nowadays a destination for adventure-seeking travellers. Kornati National Park is […]

Church of the Assumption

The parish church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven, also known as the Church of the Assumption, is likewise protected by the Law on the Protection of the Monuments of Croatia. It was built in the early seventeenth century in honor of St. Nicholas. In 1615, Bishop V. Ariggoni consecrated the […]

Outdoor Marine Aquarium

Enjoy in the unique marine outdoor aquarium. “Entrance” is free. Operating: 31. 4. – 30.10., 0-24 h

NP Krka

Krka National Park With its seven travertine waterfalls at a total height of 242 metres and the Skradinski Buk, the largest travertine barrier in Europe, the Krka National Park is a natural and karstic phenomenon. The island of Visovac with its Franciscan church and monastery is also worth visiting. National Park Krka is located at […]

Miraculous and Mystical Cape Planka

Two kilometres south-east from Rogoznica there is a Cape Planka which is the most outstretched part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, and it is a geographical and climate divider of the north and south Adriatic. It is a place of strong north and south collision of wind, cyclones and anticyclones, and sea […]

Votive Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Chapel

According to legend, in 1722 a fisherman named John Bogavčić-Tuburko, working in the area of the Cape Gradina, saw a strange light. When he approached the rock from which the light was emanating, he found a picture of Our Lady resting on it, a depiction of Mary visiting her cousin Elizabeth. He took the picture […]

Dragon’s Eye

Lake Dragon’s Eye (Dragon Lake, Rogoznica’s Lake, Galešnica) is a unique geohydromorphological phenomenon on the eastern Adriatic coast that has developed distinctive flora and fauna because of its special physical and chemical properties. It is situated on the peninsula of Gradina, a narrow stretch of land that separates the Bays of Soline and Koprišće. The […]

Church of St. Nicholas

The St. Nicolaus Church is located in the bay Lozica, northwest of the peninsula Rogoznica, in the part called Staro selo or Vecchia Rogoznica. This extraordinary protected monument of sacral heritage dates from the beginning of the 14th century, although archaeologists and historians consider it to be older. The church is oriented in the direction […]

Museum in the Sea

In the first century BC, it was impossible to sail around Cape Planka or Cape Diomedes during a huge storm. This is the region of the jugo and bura, local winds that are linked to the myth of the Argonauts, and that conspire to produce one of the most deadly navigable points on the eastern […]

Marina Frapa

Marina Frapa is royalty among the Adriatic marinas, and certainly one of the most beautiful marinas in all of the Mediterranean. Situated in Rogoznica on the central part of the Croatian coast, between Šibenik and Split in the heart of Dalmatia, Marina Frapa is nestled in the lovely bay of Soline, and sheltered from all […]

Museum of Life in the Heart of Dalmatia

Obala kneza Domagoja bb + 385 95 505 44 08 Udruga OKEA OPEN: 1.6 – 30.9 from 9:00–12:00 h and from 19.00-22.00 h Tickets: Adults 15 kn Children (6 – 18 years) 10 kn

Church of St. John of Trogir

One of the miracles attributed to the Christian saint John, the bishop of Trogir from the 11th century is related to Cape Planka. According to the legend, after the shipwreck by Cape Planka he walked on the waves and saved the lives of King Coleman and all the sailors. In memory of him and his […]