Vodice was first mentioned in 1402 although it was founded already in the Roman times as Arausa. Its name derives from the word meaning water sources which supplied the whole area. As part of the Republic of Venice from 1412 to 1797, the defense walls from the times of the Turks with the Coric tower testify the past times. Other similar monuments are St. Cross' church on the former graveyard, built in 1421 and the parish church in the town centre built in 1746.
Several kilometers north of Vodice there are two fields,Rakitnica and Gradelji/Pišća
Rakitnica: Has an old fort named Gradina on the hill and down the hill it has three wells and a pond,recently a Roman terracotta masonry has been excavated too. This field is most known for the small church of Saint John,where you can see damages from the Patriotic 1991-95 war, the grassland near it is known for having 1 May celebrations every year.
It is situated on the left if you are coming from Vodice.
Gradelji/Pišća: It has old walls on the top of the hill, an old Roman Cistern, the small church of Saint Eliah, and a small ruined house from the 17/18th century owned by the Sladoljević thieves still remains, the field is situated on the right if you are coming from Vodice.