Secluded and peaceful, Razanj is a small village in North Dalmatia where, from its coastline, you have beautiful views of the old town island of Rogoznica. Razanj is situated about 10 km southeast of Rogoznica and is accessible by going 20 min along a narrow paved road. Rogoznica can be reached much more efficiently by boat. At the same time, a trip to the town's big marina or the Dragon's Eye Lake is definitely worthwhile. In Razanj, vacationers enjoy the beautiful surroundings amidst the Mediterranean pine forests, quiet coves and turquoise sea, which all entice you to come and swim. The boats of the locals, who mostly work in fishing and tourism, rock gently at the docks of the small fishing harbor.

A small supermarket and several restaurants and cafés provide sustenance. There are other shops in Rogoznica. Wonderful hiking and biking can be done in the hilly countryside of Razanj. Its location in the south of North Dalmatia is perfect for  excursions to the culturally and historically interesting towns of Trogir, Sibenik and Split. Also worthwhile is a boat trip to the Kornati National Park, which has an impressive landscape and a great underwater world and to Krka National Park with its thundering waterfalls.

The rugged coastline of Razanj stretches itself out along numerous small coves where you can discover many natural beaches. Towards the outskirts, you will find some beach areas on which dogs are tolerated. They are mostly natural, pebbled and stony beaches without any special infrastructure.


Beach Cape Varoš

North Dalmatia, Riviera Rogoznica, Ražanj

type of beach gravel, fine gravel, stones
Beach Ražanj

North Dalmatia, Riviera Rogoznica, Ražanj

type of beach stones, rocks


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