The town of Biograd na Moru is a town and port in northern Dalmatia in Croatia, 28 km south of Zadar. It is located on a small peninsula and mainland. Biograd is a local and commercial traffic center with excellent traffic location. The main state road passes through the town, and only 15 km away is the Benkovac junction, a connection to the Zagreb - Split highway. Zadar airport is 30 km away from the city. In the immediate vicinity of the city are three national parks (Paklenica, Kornati, Krka) and two nature parks (Lake Vrana and Telašćica). The proximity of the Kornati archipelago, the attractiveness of the indented coast makes Biograd one of the centers of nautical tourism on the Adriatic Sea.
Biograd marinas have 1000 berths, dry berths on land, are open all year round and nautical activities such as regattas and sailing schools are organized throughout the year. Biograd has a wide range of accommodation, consisting of hotels, villas, cottages, apartments, camps and caravans. The town is suitable for a family vacation, with quiet stretches of beach, sandy beaches for children with rich gastronomic offer, numerous fish and meat restaurants, pizzerias, pastry shops and fast food restaurants. At the same time, the city is also suitable for the rest of the youth, with a wide offer of cafes, cocktail bars, night clubs, summer concerts and events, and an offer of adrenaline sports on land and on water.
Biograd is an ideal city for a perfect vacation.