It doesn’t get more nautical than Biograd, a seaside town with a royal past that overlooks the island of  Pasman on the road from Zadar and Sukosan towards Vodice and Sibenik.  It sits on a peninsula that’s surrounded by an amazing marina fanning out like umbrella spokes from its compact core. Like many towns with Slavic names, the word Biograd literally means “the white town on the sea”. Despite its tiny size, Biograd was the capital of Croatian kings in the 11th century. Later various dukes and even the Knights Templar ran the city. The town is the gateway to the Pasman Canal and its many islands as well as where many people take excursions to the wonderful Kornati Islands National Park. For beach lovers, there’s Soline Cove with a real sand beach backed by a cool pine forest. Another key attraction is Telascica Nature Park where you can bathe in the medicinal waters of Mir Lake, an island salt-water lake. Telascica has some interesting Roman remains (in Mala Proversa) and in Stivanje polje, a fine example of a Pre-Romanesque church, St.John’s. A lot to see and do in the Biograd area!  In the summer there’s even a huge gathering of Harley Davidson motorcycle enthusiasts!

Tourist office

Address: Trg hrvatskih velikana 2
23210 Biograd na moru
Phone: +385 (0)23 383 123
Fax: +385 (0)23 383 123
-unfortunately only Croatian and German, so use an online translator!






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