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Marina Frapa Rogoznica

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marina frapa rogoznica photoRogoznica is small coastal town situated in the middle part of Croatian coast between Sibenik and Split. Old part of town was built on the little island which was connected with mainland by bridge. Once only fishermen village, Rogoznica today is popular tourist destination especially for nautical tourist, and mainly because of marina Frapa which is one of biggest marinas on Adriatic. The place is also very well know for clear sea and beautiful scenery. One of the natural attraction is salt lake called ″Dragon eye″ which is located on the western part of town just above the marina. Rogoznica is only 30 kilometers from National Park Krka and there are organized excursions from the town offered by tourist agencies. Other places worth visiting in vicinity are town Trogir (25 km), and National park Kornati.

For those who wish to try local fish specialties Rogoznica is ideal place as it serves as fish purchase center for trawlers in this part of Adriatic, so the fish is always fresh and the choice is big.

Marina Frapa regularly organize many entertainment events like concerts, fashion events, beauty pageants etc.

Contact info Marina Frapa:

marina frapa nautical map rogoznicaAddress: Uvala Soline bbHR 22203 Rogoznica
Tel: +385 22 55 99 00; 55 99 31
Tel/Fax: +385 22 55 99 32
email: marina-frapa@si.t-com.hrVHF channel: 17


(43°31.00′ N – 15°58.00′ E)

Marina Frapa is located in western part of Rogoznica bay. Rogoznica is small fishing town 34 kilometers from city of Sibenik and 25 kilometers from city of Trogir. It is very well protected from all winds.

Facilities and services Marina Frapa:

Marina Frapa is open all around the year. It has ten peers (jetties) with capacity of docking approximately 450 vessels. There is also a transit peer for boats who stays for short period of time. All berths have water and power supply and whole marina has 24 hours video surveillance. There is also possibility to use Wi-Fi Internet connection for a fee. Except that there are also 150 places for boats on land. On transit peer there is possibility to dock mega yachts.

Services and facilities includes: reception, hotel and apartments, congress center, few bars, night club, exchange office, swimming pool, grocery shop, supermarket, pizzeria, ice cream shop, toilets and showers with hot water, gas station, laundry service, 50 t boat-trailer, repair shop (full servicing of vessels), tennis court, monitored parking lot.

Marina Frapa was winner of many awards for best marina in Croatia and it is proud winner of ″European Blue Flag″ award for exceptional environmental standards. Sea in marina is very clear in suitable for swimming, as in whole Rogoznica bay.

Marina Frapa during the year organize fashion and music events which makes it one of most popular places for sailors during the summer.

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