Biograd na Moru (Biograd n / M) is a city, port and tourist center that administratively belongs to the Zadar County. It is located 30 km south of Zadar.

It lies on a peninsula surrounded by marinas and a waterfront with an unforgettable view of one of the most picturesque sea straits; The Pašman Channel and the islets scattered there. It is therefore no wonder the rich tourist history. On its northern side is the bay Bošana, and on the southern Soline.

In front of the town are the islands of Planac and Sv. Katarina (with lighthouse). The average air temperature in January is 7 ° C, and in July 24.5 ° C, with an average annual rainfall of 840mm. In the bay Soline there is a large, public sandy beach surrounded by pine forests.

The proximity of the National Parks Kornati, Paklenica, Krka and Plitvice Lakes, and the proximity of cultural and historical cities of Zadar, Sibenik and Knin, and the towns of Nin, Skradin and Benkovac, Biograd guests can travel to areas that are among the most beautiful parts of Croatia.

The tourist development of Biograd began between the two world wars. The first Czech guests began to come to Biograd during 1920.

Numerous cultural and entertainment programs and sporting events are on offer during the summer months.
Biograd is a port, often visited by boaters whose destination is the Kornati archipelago. Regattas, sailing schools, and other nautical activities are organized throughout the year. Biograd marinas have a thousand berths in the sea and two hundred places on land. They are open all year round. In Biograd there is a modern tennis center and a number of sports and recreational facilities such as sailing schools, swimming, diving, windsurfing, water skiing, mini golf, jet ski, beach volleyball, fishing, parasailing, and large bike trails around Vrana Lake is 40 km long.
A hundred meters from the city center are a variety of pebble and sandy beaches with crystal clear sea. Along the entire city along the coast are numerous smaller beaches that can perfectly suit those who want to get away from the crowds. A large number of restaurants and cafes will surely allow you to complete your moments of rest or fun in the evening.

Biograd is a local trade and traffic center, with good connections to its hinterland, surrounding coastal settlements, towns and the island of Pasman.
The main Adriatic road passes through the city, and some 15 km north is the Benkovac junction on the Zagreb-Split highway. Biograd is the center of the Riviera, which includes Sv. Petar na Moru, Turanj, Sv. Filip i Jakov, Biograd, Pakoštane and Drage, as well as several settlements on the island of Pašman: Tkon, Kraj, Pašman, Barotul, Mrljane, Neviđane, Dobropoljana, Banj and Ždrelac, and Vrgada on the island of the same name.

According to the 2001 census. population is 5259.
Located close to Zadar and Split airports, on the main tourist road, Biograd draws life from the beauty of the city and the attractions of the environment that make it an attractive destination for a pleasant holiday in beautiful nature.
Although Biograd offers a rich cultural and entertainment life in its tourist offer, the sea and the sun and beautiful beaches are the real trump card of this white city.
The long Pašman Channel is an ideal place for sailing and all activities at sea, but the Kornati is a real paradise for hikers and boaters.
Thanks to its position in the center of the Adriatic coast, the town of Biograd is well connected with other parts of Croatia and the world:

By plane:
- airport Zadar / Zemunik - 20km
- Split airport - 120km

By ferry:
- Ancona-Zadar, Biograd-Tkon

By car / Bus:
Biograd-Zagreb: 287km
Biograd-Split: 132km
Biograd-Rijeka: 233km
Biograd-Osijek: 499km
Biograd-Dubrovnik: 340km
Biograd-Vienna: 638km
Biograd-Munich: 755km
Biograd-Milano: 721km
Biograd-Prague: 932km
Biograd-Budapest: 628km
Biograd-Bratislava: 696km
Biograd-Nuremberg: 923km


GPS coordinates of the city of Biograd are: 43 ° 56´N 15 ° 27`E