Today's center of Rogoznica consists of the once mainland part called Kopača and the islet of Kopara, connected by an artificial embankment into one whole. It is also the main road, Obala Kneza Domagoja Street, which connects the center of Rogoznica with an artificial island in the marina Frapa. Be sure to take a walk along this road that literally cuts through the sea and waves. In the center of Rogoznica, old stone houses have mostly been preserved, which gives the Rogoznica waterfront an authentic Mediterranean atmosphere.
Near the sea there is a tourist favorite promenade with cafes, restaurants and beaches. While walking you can enjoy the view of the town of Rogoznica. You will also have the opportunity to see the most luxurious yachts and boats.
The view extends to the marina Frapa. Marina Frapa is the most beautiful marina on the Adriatic, and is certainly one of the most beautiful and safest in the Mediterranean. The complex has 10 piers and a transit pier with a total of 460 fully equipped berths as well as guarded space for 150 dry berths. Apart from boats, Frapa is known for the most interesting attraction of the whole Rogoznica: the lake called Zmajevo oko. Lake Zmajevo oko is a unique hydrogeomorphological phenomenon of the eastern Adriatic coast, in which, due to its special physical and chemical properties, a distinctive flora and fauna has developed.
Numerous beaches in Rogoznica offer a choice, so even the most demanding can find their corner. We can say that Rogoznica is a combination of urban and intimate.