Most of Biograd beaches are awarded with “Blue flag” - the high ecological standard reward which has to be justified repeatedly each year.
Most popular beaches are Dražica, Điga, Soline and Bošana.
In case you prefer secluded beaches, we recommend daily trips to nearby islands Pašman or Vrgada. Cheap local ferry lines or small rented boat can take your family on a swimming trip. For long distance navigations we recommend organized excursions.
Average air temperature in January is 7° C and in July 24.5° C
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Biograd is the centre of the Riviera consisting of St. Petar, Turanj, St. Filip i Jakov, Biograd, Pakoštane and Drage, as well as of several places on the island of Pašman: Tkon, Kraj, Pašman, Barotul, Mrljane, Nevidjane, Dobropoljana, Banj and Zdrelac, and Vrgada on the island of Vrgada.
Thanks to its position in the centre of Croatian Adriatic coast, the area provides excellent opportunities for nautical tourism as one of few parts on the Mediterranean. In the close vicinity there are three “must see” National parks: Paklenica, Kornati Archipelago and Krka Waterfalls, and two Nature parks: Telašcica and lake Vrana.
Stay active -FEEL THE ENERGY
Whether to fly higher than the clouds, dive into the deep sea or practice any activity you can imagine in between, Biograd Riviera is a true paradise for lovers of active tourism, nature and adrenaline.
Dive to discover the sunken wonders hidden in a coastline of Pašman and Kornati archipelago. Explore every corner of a wild nature on foot, horseback or bicycle. Free your energy in river Zrmanja and Krka canyons and karst landscapes going rafting and kayaking, glide through the air parachuting and paragliding and expand your horizons hiking and climbing in the mountain of Velebit. Live every experience, live every sensation, come and live Croatia!
You can satisfy your thirst for adventure in the canyons of Velika Paklenica and Mala Paklenica, the mountain ambience with a multitude of hiking routes, which has become a famous European area for climbing.
There are few places in the world where you can find so much natural and cultural richness in one place. The vicinity of five national parks (Sjeverni Velebit, Paklenica, the Kornati, Krka, Plitvička Lakes) and three nature parks (Velebit, Vransko Lake, Telašćica) will provide you with a multitude of activities completely tailored to your wishes, listing this area at the very top of the Croatian tourist offer. The well-indented shore, islands and untouched nature attract many yachtsmen to the area of Zadar archipelago, which has 24 large islands and as many as three hundred small isles and rocks.
Photo credit: Kristijan Valentak, Tomislav Sorić, Mihovil Jerat, Her Flick AND HTZ