ROGOZNICA (43° 31'N; 15° 58'E), village (pop. 825 in 1991) and small harbour in the cove of the same name N of Ploca point; the safest shelter for yachts of all sizes in this part of the Adriatic
Approach: Landmarks: Movar Hill (120 m) and the eight-sided masonry tower; Mulo lighthouse, a stone tower next to the house (white flashes). Other landmarks include the round tower with a column and gallery with black and red bands (white light) surmounted by two spheres on Kalebinjak reef (in the passage between Smokvica vela islet and Konj point; the quadrangular red tower (red light) on Gradina point (in the cove); the green column (green light) ashore.
Mooring: The cove is protected from all winds. Yachts drawing up to 3.5m can moor along the S part of the mole fronting the village or along its N part (four-point moor). An achorage for larger yachts (indifferent holding ground) is in the E part of the cove, NE of Artic point (depth 2531 m). Smaller vessels can anchor in the W part of the cove, WNW of the harbour light (depth 2123 m) or in Stupin cove, NNE of the village (depth 36 m).
Warning: Navigation and fishing are prohibited in the N part of Lozica cove (NW of Rogoznica) in the area delimitated by the line connecting: S point of Jaz islet and Lukvenjak islet, bearing of 30° from Lukvenjak islet to the coast. It is prohibited to anchor in the area bounded by lines joining: from NW point of Smokvica vela islet in bearing 38.5° to the mainland coast; from Gradina point in bearing of 90° to coast of Rogoznica islet; from Varos point (in the S part of the cove) in bearing 0° to the coast of Rogoznica islet; from SW point of Smokvica vela in bearing of 128° to the mainland coast .
Sights: Uznesenje Marijino church (Assumption of the Virgin, 1615, renovated in 1746); in Stara Rogoznica Sv Nikola church (medieval, a graveyard with old tombstones), above the village an old mill and the remnants of a fortress (1809).