It is difficult to find a settlement with so many unique features as Rogoznica. Even for Mediterranean standards, where every little corner has a tale to tell, this settlement is quite original in geological and historical context.
Located in the south of Sibenik-Knin County, Rogoznica is a town which lies partly on the mainland and partly on a small inlet. The neighborhoods are connected with a bridge. Such terrain is responsible for Rogoznica’s large coastline, being over 50 kilometers in length, and having dozens of pebble and stone beaches. Local promenades lead through forests of pine tree, and traditional stone houses of Dalmatia provide a beautiful sight and scenery for lovely photographs. People interested in history can visit several Churches dating from 17th century, or submerge in scuba diving exploration of shipwreck Ninucin, Italian warship destroyed by British Navy in World War II. Rogoznica also has a lake called Zmajevo Oko (Dragon’s Eye), which sometimes boils due to certain chemical reactions, fueling the local tales of mystical reptile dwelling on its bottom.