Welcome to Šolta

Šolta, a gentle middle-Dalmatian island lies opposite Split from which it is only 9 nautical miles distant. The island of Šolta is full of isolated , tranquill bays with many possibilities for fishing and water sports , and above all the perfect quiet and silence offers ideal conditions for rest and recreation. It is famous for its medicinal herbs, traditional production of Šolta honey, oil and wine.

Solta has always been an island of fishermen and farmers, vineyards and olive trees, and today is a chest which preserves the memory of the Mediterranean as it once was. Walk the old stone streets and let it take you back in time. You will have an amazing experience touring and tasting traditional dried figs, visiting cellars where people follow the old traditions when it comes to making red wine including Dobričić famous lineage.

Rare are those who cannot resist the smells and tastes of unspoiled nature and healing healthy climate. Roman Emperor Diocletian and the Illyrian queen Teuta knew that. Solta was an inspiration to the greatest Croatian poets Marko Marulić and Peter Hektorovic. We have the same opportunity to look at the Solta today in the same light. There is a fireplace in front of the grill and wine singing Dalmatian songs, and the silence of the night is only occasionally interrupted by mysterious calls from the bird ćuvita which is also a trademark of Solta, and the most commonly sought after souvenir from the island.

Rogac is the oldest seaside resort and a place where most visitors come into the first contact with the island. Throughout history Rogac was a place of fishermen and sailors. Population has existed since Roman times, but because of the risk of pirate attacks and the distance of the field, Rogac never contained a large number of residents. A major archaeological finds are the remains of a Roman farm buildings in the bay of Banje, and on the opposite side there is the discovery of the ancient walls in the sea.