Tourism in Biograd:
As already mentioned, what makes Biograd na moru so special are the natural beauties combined with a truly amazing location between crystal blue sea, magnificent mountain Velebit and 5 national parks nearby. It is one of the most important Dalmatian tourist destinations as it is easily reachable with a highway that connects the capitol (Zagreb) with Split. Beautiful dalmatian towns Zadar and Sibenik are also nearby as well as the natural reserve ‘’Vrana Lake’’. On Biograd seafront you won’t be able to miss three hotels; hotel Ilirija****, hotel Adriatic*** and hotel Kornati****. Their central location close to the beach makes them the most popular hotels of Biograd. Lat but not least is hotel Adria***, a splendid hotel located on the outskirts of Biograd only 300m from the beautiful cove with a pebbly beach. If you decide to stay in Biograd we suggest you make a one day trip to the island Pasman as well as nearby towns Pakostane and Sv. Filip i Jakov, both with many more hotels, resort, camps and private apartments.
History and culture of Biograd:
As the 9th century coronation place of the first Croatian Kings, Biograd holds claim to one of the most significant towns in Croatian history. You can visit the Town museum and look at the numerous artefacts and evidence of Biograd´s stormy past.Here, there is an interesting archaeological collection with prehistoric, antique and early Croatian findings, boat cargo from the 16th century, and a number of other exhibits.