Rogac, first developed to be the main town of Grohote's port, lies on the northern coast of the Solta Island and is only a few nautical miles away from the central Dalmatian city of Split in the Adriatic. Rogac is one of the oldest settlements on the isle as it had already been populated during the Roman times. As a trading port, Rogac was considered an important supplier of timber, fish, oil, wine, carob and figs. Fishing, in the past, was an important source of income for the local people, whereas tourism today plays the more important role.

Today, this town has a ferry operating to the mainland and can claim a total of about 100 inhabitants. The tourist attractions of this town include some very good restaurants and inns serving typical Dalmatian dishes and historical remains from Roman times: such as a Roman farm, a fish pond with ruined walls and a rustic villa that had a bathroom.

Due to its rugged coast there are numerous beaches around Rogac that enthuse boaters and sailors. The interesting underwater world here can be explored while snorkeling and diving. Even though there is only one beach in Rogac, the rugged, rocky coastline entices you to take romantic walks, where you can enjoy the wonderfully fragrant shrubs, herbs and trees of the Mediterranean island landscapes.


Beach Banje

Central Dalmatia, Šolta Island, Rogač

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Beach Rogač

Central Dalmatia, Šolta Island, Rogač

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