The small harbour of Rogac is situated roughly half way along the NE-facing coast of the island of Solta in Croatia, facing the mainland town of Split 10 miles NE. The harbour consists of a small, V-shaped inlet on the W side of a larger bay, quayed around its head. Visiting yachts moor stern or bows-to on the quays on the N and S sides of the harbour.
The inlet is protected in winds from most directions but is exposed in winds from N and NE. During busy periods, there is often little room for visiting yachts arriving late in the day.
There is a big difference between day and night in this place. During the day Rogac very lively and there are many passengers go through it, and on the other hand, it is very quiet during the night. This village offers the ideal conditions for those who are looking for a quiet holiday.