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Culinary skill and warm service awaits in the relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere of Biograd's restaurants, tavernas, pizzerias and ice cream parlours - many of which can be found along the waterfront.
Sample the famous Dalmatian cuisine that uses fresh organic local produce and fish from its crystal clean sea. Dalmatian cuisine is renowned for smoked hams and cheeses (perfect with fresh local bread - still hot from the baker's oven), wonderfully varied seafood, and rich full-bodied Dalmatian red wines. For more information on eating out in Biograd, click here.
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.
Download a map of Biograd: Map.