Apartments Villa Branka offers private self-catering accommodation in 3 stars certified apartments in Rogoznica. Rogoznica is a idyllic Mediterranean tourist place, located by the seacoast, just at the beginning of Central Dalmatia. Apartments are run by owners, Skelac family, friendly hosts with a great experience in tourism. We have a great number of satisfied guests from all over the world and most of them are returning to Rogoznica and Villa Branka every year. Our modern furnished and fully equipped two bedrooms apartments (4/4+1 child) or type studio apartments (2/2+1 child) are sited only 10 meters from the sea and private beach, all for your guaranteed comfort. All apartments have a separate kitchen, bathroom and a terrace with a great sea view! Contact us with confidence and enjoy unforgettable and relaxed holidays in charming Rogoznica!
CONTACT US FOR BOOKING:
Mr. Krešimir Skelac
mob. +385 99 2331 970
Mr. Željko Skelac
mob. +385 98 357 130
Rogoznica, tel. +385 22 559 479
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Villa Branka has 6 apartments: 4 two bedrooms apartments for 4/4+1 people and 2 type studio apartments for 2 people/2+1 child. Maximum accommodation capacity of house is 20 - 24 people.
TWO BEDROOMS APARTMENT (SKALE, KONI, ZAC, PRESIDENT) each apartment has 2 bedrooms, every with french bed for two (wardrobe for clothing and two night cupboards), bathroom with shower, kitchen (cooker, oven and big fridge) and living room with pull out bed if needed for 1 child. Each has a big terrace, up to 25 m2 with a beautiful sea view.
TYPE STUDIO APARTMENT (MALI I, MALI II) each apartment has a bedroom with french bed for two (wardrobe for clothing and two night cupboards), bathroom with shower, kitchen (cooker, microwave and fridge) and if needed a supplementary bed for 1 child. Also has a terrace with a nice sea view.
Apartments prices include all; tourist tax, air condition and satellite TV, WiFi internet, deposit box, open grills (2), beach shower and pontoon island usage, plus private parking place behind the house. There is also a possibility for berthing motor or sailing boat on our private beach! Villa is situated just under the road (Jadranska magistrala) and the sea is just below.
Historical information about Rogoznica
First inhabitants for its dwelling chose in 1390. a land part of today’s Rogoznica, Kopača. And near island, Kopara, on which inhabitants searched shelter from Turks, is colonized in 1518. When there was no any more danger from Turks, island is connected with a land part. On island is in 1809. during French rule, built fortress. Old church St. John of Tragurion, from 1324. on near horn Ploča, is telling us that this area was visited and before first inhabitants came there. Contribution to this give us also a chapel of St. Nicholas in a cage Loznica where on a graveyard are discovered a few ledgers (stečci).
Rogoznica today is a typical Mediterranean village whose population are around 1000. People mostly work in tourism, on a land or on shipyards. Thanks to preserved atmosphere of typical quiet little place, Rogoznica to its inhabitants and visitors offers peace and rest in front of all, completely different from a modern life. That little place will hug you as a old friend and after just few days you’ll feel as a part of local people, saying hello to fisherman’s watching them leaving and coming back in to a harbor, or toasting to some known face looking for a short rest under palm leafs. Moments of pleasure on some of natural beaches, soon will take you out of tensions, which gave you an idea to search a rest under a hot Mediterranean sun.
If you’re one of the people in loved in a sea and in it’s boat, who explores eternal puzzles of the sea, a good hidden harbor will give you a place to rest and to supply. Visit a cave Milina and enjoy in a beauty of a near lake, Dragon eye, a natural phenomena, which is connected with a sea. If you visit Rogoznica you become in loved with it, and Rogoznica will give you that love back.
Instructions - how to come to Rogoznica
There is a new highway A-1 from Zagreb to Sibenik and the rest you go by the main road Magistrala (next to the sea) in direction of Primosten and than Rogoznica.
Zagreb - Šibenik (get off the highway A1), Šibenik - Rogoznica
If you are coming by yourself than take a plane to AIRPORT SPLIT and then Bus or Taxi to Rogoznica. We can offer you the service of Airport transfer. We will pick you up on the airport and bring you back. For detail info please contact us over mail.
Bus from Zagreb is leaving every hour same as from Split and Rijeka. Please make sure that bus is going over Magistral road from Šibenik to Split (not over Boraja).
You can contact us on mobile so we can come and pick you up on Magistrala road.
We don't recommend it, because it lasts longer than bus and it's much more complicated.
More information about Rogoznica
Rogoznica is a small Mediterranean tourist destination close to Primosten and 35 km south of Sibenik. Rogoznica extends for almost 50 km of coastline, and it’s the perfect place to relax with your family and friends. The climate is one of Rogoznica’s most attractive features, and the area has an average of 2600 sunny hours per year. During the four summer months, there are only 4 - 7 rainy days on average. Rogoznica has a post office, doctor's office, bank, ATM's, market square, big supermarket stores and plenty of beaches. Rogoznica is frequently visited by boaters and yachtsmen because of marina Frapa, considered to be one of the most beautiful and safest marinas in this part of the Adriatic.
Rogoznica's many pebble beaches and several rocky beaches are surrounded by pine trees. Rogoznica is traditionally a fishing settlement and visitors can buy recently caught fish. Check out the 10 kg, 150 cm long Ugor we caught with guests from Germany!
Nightlife: Aurora, one of Croatia’s largest and most famous discotheques, is only 5 km away. Not to mention it's a meeting point for thousands of young people who arrive from all over Croatia, Europe and other parts of the world.
Pubs and Restaurants: In the center of Rogoznica you can also enjoy lots of various bars, restaurants with traditional Dalmatian cuisine and local taverns. There is restaurant, pizza house and a bar on every corner in Rogoznica, but there are few really good ones. We can recommend you where to go and which places offer something special. We recommend you try fish (ugor), shrimps (škampi) or mussel shells (dagnje) on BUZARA. Buzara is a kind of Dalmatian traditional cooking preparation and is really good. Some restaurants offer really good meet and vegetables. Good lunch you can get from 70 kuna (9 Eur) to 150 kuna (20 Eur). Beer and wine is not expensive, especially domestic ones. Beers go from 15 kuna (2 Eur) to 18 kuna (2,4 Eur). Liter of table wine cost from 60 kuna (8 Eur) to 100 kuna (13,3 Eur). Of course bottled wine prices are a bit higher.
Local festivals: There are three main events which are taking place on main Rogoznica square, usually in the end of July and beginning of August - Rogoznicka vecer (Rogoznica's Night) , Ribarska vecer (Fisherman's Night) and TUNA FEVER Rogoznica.
Diving in Rogoznica: Huge underwater cliffs with Gorgonia coral are specialty of Rogoznica and in combination with clearest water of all the shore places on the entire Adriatic, diving is becoming more and more popular. You can dive in underwater botanical & zoological garden which was made by biology students or visit few wreaks in the area. There are 3 diving centers in Rogoznica: DC Pongo, DC Deep Blue Diving and DC Maik's.
We recommend: Visiting Paris church from 1615 / fortification on the hilltop above Rogoznica built by the French in 1809 / medieval churches in the Rogoznica / Zmajevo oko (Dragon's eye lake) salt lake with unique high and low tide phenomenon.
Sea lighthouse Mulo in Rogoznica archipelago: Most of our island lighthouses are today closed as the shipping traffic regulation have been replaced by modern technology. The same destiny befall to Mulo, who has an interesting history. Mulo is one of the oldest Croatian lighthouse, which was built by navy of Austro-Hungarian Monarchy on 1873, just near Rogoznica's sea surface. It was equipped by cranes for lifting wooden fishing boats which sought the rescue during storms. During one thunderstorm in last century, early 70's, cargo ship, chock full of tropical fruits ran aground the lighthouse Mulo. Eye witnesses claim that marketplaces in Rogoznica, Šibenik and Split have been settled with oranges for months! But along with Mulo's garrison the legends about it also vanished.
Belive it or not: Fflying fish (Afrička poletuša - PAREXOCOETUS MENTO) was caught in the net here in the bay.