Apartment for 2 persons

additional beds: 1
45€/35€
(01.07.-01.09./01.09.-01.07.)
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Apartment for 4 persons

additional beds: 1
70€/60€
(01.07.-01.09./01.09.-01.07.)
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Apartment for 4 persons

additional beds: 0
65€/60€
(01.07.-01.09./01.09.-01.07.)
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Rogoznica is a picturesque little fishing village 25 km away from Šibenik. Rogoznica was populated since the attacks of Turks in the 14th century, when the local population moved to the small island of Koper, which was later connected with the mainland by an artificial embankment, and makes the whole danšnje Rogoznica. Rogoznica is known for its fishing and is very easy to get to fresh sea food, which is daily offered by many restaurants, and is most famous fish stew Rogozničko. The best known place in Rogoznica is certainly Frapa marina which with its 400 berths, one of the largest marinas in this region. Besides its beauty, is known as the safest harbors on the Adriatic coast, so it is no wonder that its berths every year full of many yacht, whose owners have at their disposal activities battalions. In Rogoznica there is something to see, because the entire old stone core preserved and most famous monument is the church of Sv. John of Trogir. Apart from the pristine nature and the beach and long promenade along the sea, is very attractive and highly visited Zmajevo around the lake filled with sea water, and is considered to be a natural bioreactor, and it held various chemical processes. Although the small fishing village Rogoznica has everything you need for your vacation including shops, post office, bank and similar facilities. It is considered that Rogoznica has the cleanest sea on the Adriatic Sea, and pebble beaches and bays offer a number of adventures and experiences. For those who prefer staying out of the sea or along the beach, Rogoznica offers numerous sporting facilities, which can be found in various specialized courts. From events in the town, certainly the most important are the Fishermen's Night and Night of Rogoznica, when the streets filled with people and when the goods are guaranteed fun, on the indigenous Dalmatian way.