Beach, Sun & Sea

Biograd na Moru

Great beach destination between Zadar and Sibenik!

Biograd is located close to many beautiful natural sites like the Kornati-islands (go and explore the archipelago by boat), Vrana lake (7 km away, great for walking, cycling, bird watching and fishing) the Pašman-canal with its numerous small green islands is ideal for sailing and other sea recreation, NP Krka (beautiful waterfalls great for a day trip), NP Paklenica for mountain hiking.

Beaches in and around Biograd
A series of beaches lie south-east from town with natural shade from pine trees. There are some private beaches belonging to Hotels, followed by pebble and sandy beaches up to Soline bay.

Soline Beach and Drazica Beach provides are many beach facilities and along the promenade are café’s restaurants shops and much more. There is a water-slide and a diving centre, pedal boat, canoe rental, and of course you can rent deck chairs and parasols. This is a great beach for families with children and disabled people, with shallow entry into the seawater.

Crvena Luka Beach is located about three km from Biograd centre, it is a beautiful beach in a sandy bay surrounded by pine forests. The beach can be reached by foot or bicycle on the paved cycle road from the village Kumenat (not suitable for families with small children), by boat (rent a boat at Soline and Drazica Beach) or by car (direction Pakostane, paid parking). On the beach there are facilities to rent and there is a store and bar.

Bošana beach is located north-west of the town, about 10 min walk along the shore promenade from town centre. It is a large pebble beach with shallow access into the clear blue sea, there is no natural shade so bring a parasol, there are sport facilities, a children’s playground, beach cafe and restaurant.

Tourist Office Biograd na Moru