Biograd na Moru ('White Town on Sea') was called Albamaris by the Romans. It is centrally located on the Adriatic in Dalmatia, Croatia. From May to September, mild weather encourages you to walk in the shade of the pines along Biograd's beachfront promenade, taking in views of the surrounding islands, while spectacular evening sunsets silhouette the boats on the marinas.
The town is surrounded by natural beauty; from the Kornati islands and Krka waterfalls, to Telascica Nature Park. The nearby cities of Zadar, Šibenik, and Split are all rich in Roman and Medieval architecture.
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biograd na moru
biograd facts at a glance
Population: 5,300 approx.
Currency: Croatian Kuna
Exchange Rate: Click here
Nearest City: Zadar (28km)
Nearest Airport: Zadar International
Nearest Motorway: Zagreb - Split (A1, E71)
Nearest Junction: 20km (Benkovac - J19)
Pasman Island, Zadar, Šibenik
Further Tourist Information
For more information about Biograd na Moru and the surrounding areas, visit the official site of the Biograd Tourist Board here.