|Biograd na moru is a littoral town in northern Dalmatia. It is located approximately 28 km south of Zadar. The town itself is well known for its beautiful sand beaches, picturesque bays, and many camping places. The town is a local commercial and traffic center, with good connections with its hinterland, surrounding coastal villages, small towns and the island of Pasman. Biograd was first mentioned in the tenth century, and since then the town attracts the attention of many travelers.
The thing that tourists will appreciate the most is the fact that Biograd has many camping places by which the town is known. Auto camp Ljutić and Soline, just to name a couple. Visitors from all over the globe come to these camps and enjoy beautiful camping area intertwined with pine forest and other natural elements which make the camp one of the best camps in this part of Adriatic coast.
Parents will mostly appreciate a big sandy beach, which has many accompanying contents to offer. The beach offers water bikes, inflatable balloons in the water used for climbing and jumping, pastry shops, ice cream shops, and many small restaurants along the beach. Therefore, people can enjoy the whole day without lacking food, drink nor fun things to do.
Biograd has a few hotels, and hotel Ilirija is one of the largest and the best in town. The hotel is known for its culinary specialties. Visitor can enjoy local Dalmatian cuisine and a view towards the Adriatic see.
When visiting the town core, people will be able to enjoy eating in many little restaurants placed along the coast with a view of the ships and small boats. The nightlife does not offer wild parties, but there are a few night clubs and cafés open till early morning hours.
Biograd is a town mostly suitable for quiet leisure time. If you are looking for licentious night life, you will not be able to find it. However you will be able to go out and have fun, but the town is an ideal place to relax with family and children.
Highway Zagreb-Split exit Zadar and by road to Biograd na Moru