An interesting geographical position in the heart of the Adriatic coast surrounded by national and nature parks, a long-standing tourist tradition, and a rich tourist, cultural, sports and hospitality offer are just some of the reasons for choosing Biograd as a destination for an interesting and dynamic vacation.

Thanks to its location on the most indented part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, this area offers excellent opportunities for nautical tourism and sailing like few other parts of the Mediterranean.

Apart from its cultural and historical heritage, Biograd is also known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque bays and various accommodation facilities. There are many restaurants in the city offering specialties of local and international cuisine.

Let Biograd na Moru be your starting point

The main city beach is located 350 meters below the Hotel Adria, surrounded by a pine forest.
This pebble-sand bay is popular for families with children due to its long shallows and gradual entry into the sea. The bay is surrounded by catering and entertainment facilities. Next to it, there is also a beach volleyball court, showers and changing cabins.

Next to the Soline beach, along the promenade towards the city, there is a pebble cove Dražica with numerous amenities such as cafes, restaurants and souvenir stands. Services such as outdoor massages, animation for children, pedal boats, scooters and boats are also available here.
There is also an aqua park and a large water slide on the beach. The entrance to the sea is gradual, and there is also an access for the disabled. The Blue flag is proof of the cleanliness and orderliness of this beach.

The pebbly beach is located on the northwestern side of the city, near the Kornati marina, and is a 10-minute easy walk from the town center. On this beach there are smaller catering facilities – cafes, restaurants and fast food. It is popular among families with small children because of its facilities such as a sand playground and aqua park, but also because of the gradual access to the sea.

Nature park Vransko lake

A lake and the sea in the closest neighborhood, so we could descriptively locate Lake Vrana – the largest natural lake in Croatia. Immersed in the Mediterranean climate, but not very deep, because the lake is two to five meters deep, Lake Vrana is a natural phenomenon of a submerged karst field teeming with life.

National park Kornati - Nature park Telašćica

A stone labyrinth of eighty-nine islands, islets and rocks in the sea – that’s Kornati. The most separated island group in the Mediterranean. The view of the Kornati islands from the air, from the sea, or from the island’s lookout points at the sea is equally impressive – and completely different to the eye. Each is worth experiencing and studying. Drywalls on the Kornati islands silently and steadily bear witness to the drudgery of human labor on a meager land in stone surrounded by crystal clear sea.
Telašćica, a place where the white, steepest Adriatic cliffs of 161 meters plunge into the blue sea. Bottlenose dolphins, the last sea mammals of the Adriatic, have chosen Telašćica as their most favorite place, where they come in flocks and provide visitors with a photo record of an already unforgettable moment. Countless bays, capes and cliffs and the safest harbor for those who sail – that’s Telašćica.

National park Krka

Seven magnificent ones: Bilušića waterfall, Brljan, Manojlovac, Rošnjak, Miljacka waterfall, Roški waterfall and Skradinski waterfall. These are the travertine waterfalls of Krka. For many, the most beautiful blue lines of Dalmatian karst. A wonderful cascade and the thick, rich sound of water life. In many parts of the Krk, the flow is calm, and its waterfalls are announced by “silver necklaces”; by increasingly dense ripples of water that take on the color of silver and the appearance of countless necklaces scattered across the river.