a crown city of Croatian kings, today Biograd na moru is
an up-to-date tourist and nautical center in the middle
of the Adriatic coast. This picturesque town lies on a peninsula
surrounded by modern marinas and a promenade from which
spreads an unforgettable sight to the Pasman channel and
little islands scattered all over it. Swimming in a crystal
clear sea is possible only about hundred meters from town
center, where beaches spread in the shade of centuries old
Series of wonderful beaches stretches along a beautiful
paved promenade south of the city center. Above beaches
there are hotels and campings.
The first one, at about 10 minutes walking from the center,
is pebbled Drazica beach, a beach awarded with a
Blue Flag. It is also the most popular beach in Biograd.
Rich vegetation surrounds the promenade, so the beach has
no direct exposure to the traffic. A parking lot is in the
immediate vicinity of the beach. The beach has sanitary
facilities, showers, changing cabins, facilities for the
disabled, catering facilities, first- aid and lifesaving
equipment and lifeguards. Many watersport facilities and
a large aquagan are also available. The beach will display
environmental information on several boards, including the
one in the camp and on the beach itself.
Drazica, Soline beach is situated. It is also a popular
beach situated in a small cove. There is a camping and beach
itself is pebbly/sandy.
Those who'd like to avoid the crowd can continue walking
toward Kumenat beach. It is a small pebbly beach
with a bar, located just under apartment village Kumenat.
After Kumenat you can walk all the way to Crvena Luka,
a purpose-built resort 5 km south of Biograd. Crvena Luka
is situated in a sandy cove. This stretch of the coast,
between Kumenat and Crvena Luka is clothing optional. The
coast is rocky and pebbly with shallow water with a beautiful
sandy naturist beach at the end, just before Crvena Luka