Biograd

Biograd

Things to do - general

Biograd na moru, a city and port, is located in the northern part of Dalmatia, located 25 km south of Zadar. The city is located on a small peninsula and the mainland, and is known for its beautiful beaches and a variety of small islands. This section is one of the most indented parts of the coast, so Biograd na Moru and its environment are a very attractive destination for boaters. In the immediate vicinity there are three national parks: Paklenica, Kornati and Krka, as well as Nature Parks Telascica and Lake Vrana.

Biograd is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters.

Drazica Beach is a pebble beach 300 meters long. Inside the camp Soline there is a pebble beach Kumenta. Pebble beach Bosana is located near Marina Kornati. Crvena Luka Beach is located in the bay, which is located 5 km from Biograd towards Pakostane.

Opposite Biograd is the island of St. Katarina which is a favourite destination for nudists. There are no regular shipping lines to the island, but you can rent a boat or jet ski to reach the island.

Biograd is a popular tourist destination with a long tradition.

The geographic location of Biograd offers various opportunities for an active and memorable vacation. In the town we recommend you visit the town museum and the remains of a Roman villa.

Vrana Lake nature park is 7 km from Biograd, NP Krka, 35 km from Biograd.

Country Croatia
Languages spokenCroatian
Currency usedKN

Sports & nature

Opposite Biograd is the island of St. Katarina which is a favourite destination for nudists. There are no regular shipping lines to the island, but you can rent a boat or jet ski to reach the island. Vrana Lake nature park is 7 km from Biograd, NP Krka, 35 km from Biograd.Sports and nature image

Nightlife info

There are restaurants, bars, in the summer in Biograd organize local feasts, concerts, and summer in Biograd is amazing.Nightlife image

Culture and history info

Biograd na Moru, which means “a white city on the sea” was first mentioned in the 10th century as a city founded by Croatian kings and as their consequent residence. In 1102 the Hungarian King Koloman I was crowned, which united the Croatian and the Hungarian crowns. In 1125, the city was almost completely destroyed after a Venetian raid.Culture and history image
Felicita

Felicita

Biograd
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This beautiful stone house is located in the centre of Biograd. It is hundred years old, refurbished ...

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