In Rogoznica there are several private restaurants serving fish specialities made in Rogoznica style. In the summer season the Tourist Association of Rogoznica organizes a series of events, with the traditional Rogoznica Fishermen Evening being the central event.
The Gradina peninsula is also the site of the lake of Zmajevo oko, with sea water. The lake is of irregular oval shape ( 150 by 70 meters ), with an area of 5.300 sq meters, and maximum depth of 15 meters. The lake is considered to be a natural bioreactor with intesive biochemical processes taking place there. Close by this geohydromorphological phenomen, in the cove of Soline, there is Marina Frapa, a high-class marina with 400 berths and numerous facilities.
The parish church and the spire dominate the settlement. The orginal parish church was consecrated by the bishop Arrigoni on May 11. 1615. but the church was extended in 1683, and was dedictated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Man has lived in the area since prehistoric times. Many archeologists think that the Greek colony of Heraclea was located in the area.