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Featuring an outdoor swimming pool and located in the small village of Rogač on the island of Šolta, Villa Šolta offers accommodations with free WiFi and free parking. Clean apartment with all amenities. Nice pool area. Very good breakfast. Lovely property and very nice owners. We took a car from split and rode the ferry and had a spot to park at the end.
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, Apartments Kaić offers pet-friendly accommodations in Rogač, on Šolta Island. Split is 11 mi away. Everything was excellent, we could even rent a scooter for very good price from Alex. Very big apartments, nice terrace with seaview...
Located in Rogač in the Split-Dalmatia County region, Apartment Ela - close to beach has a terrace and garden views. Very kind owners. Fantastic panorama from the balcony. Lovely beach within 20 meters, good for swimming and sunbathing. Completely equipped kitchen. Recommended for families enjoying calmness and beautiful environment.
Brilliant. I didn’t realise the town at the ferry port would be so beautiful! There are great wild swimming spots - down past the ferry port, and more beach swimming near the beautiful restaurant Parasela - a must! There is another restaurant and then a cafe/bar. Just enough. I would definitely return and be keen to stay here again. A car would be good to visit Masilinica & Stormoska. There is a bus but I wasn’t sure how frequent.
Rogač is rather small village without attractions, but it's gate to Solta Island because of ferry port. There are more beautiful village on this Island, which I can recommend lukę Stomorska and Maslinica
Solta is a very quiet island with few tourists and lovely bays to discover for snorkling. The nature is less spectacular than Mljet but is much appreciable for relaxing and enjoying the mediteranean way of life. Roads are very nice and it is very easy to traffic.
It's a beautiful island and a perfect place for those who want to get away from the world. It's not crowded, you can find places where only you can be, even beaches. On the downside, if you are not with a quad or a boat, you have to walk and it's a pretty rocky mountain.
Rogac is centrally situated on Solta, with walking distance (less than a kilometer) to the centre of the island, Grohote with grocery and a tiny fruitmarket, a restaurant and a couple of places to sit for a coffee or a beer. Rogac itself is not big, not even a real village, but has a lovely restaurant just beneath the sea, a little pebbled beach with some blown-up plastic -climbing equipment, with a bar/restaurant attached to it. There are also wild beaches and coves nearby. This is not a crowded, touristic place, but a good start for jumping on buses to slightly more developed and village-like Maslinica and Stomorska in each end (almost) of the island.