Biograd Na Moru Holidays

An action-packed seaside resort

A delightful Croatian resort where the coast is bathed in year-round sun, Biograd Na Moru is all about hanging out on its lively shingle beaches, swimming in the crystalline Adriatic Sea and enjoying the salty breeze while relaxing beneath the shade of the pines. Biograd Na Moru holidays include stunning scenery, great seafood and island-hopping. This classic Dalmatian fishing town has a central marina where you’ll find a cluster of homely restaurants and unbeatable sunset views.

Biograd Na Moru is also the gateway to the Kornati archipelago, a scattering of deserted islands whose surface resemble that of the moon. You can visit the national park on a day trip or hire a boat to glide around the islands by yourself. From extraordinary nature to seductive beaches and scrumptious dining, whatever you’re looking for in a break, holidays to Biograd Na Moru are sure to deliver.

Your Biograd Na Moru questions, answered

Biograd Na Moru enjoys sunny weather all year round. If you want to take advantage of its crystal-clear sea, the ideal time to visit is between April and September.
You couldn’t find a resort better suited to families than Biograd Na Moru, which offers convenient amenity-packed beaches. There are also water sports and a small water park at Drazica Beach where kids can let loose.
This is one of the most budget-friendly resorts in Dalmatia, with affordable accommodation, plenty of reasonably priced eateries and cheap entrance fees to its attractions.

Best things to do in Biograd Na Moru

Sip a sundowner

The promenade features an array of terraced bars where you can order cocktails and watch the sun set over the harbour. At night, things heat up as the local clubs play electronic dance music.

Splash around at the park

Biograd Na Moru offers all sorts of water-based fun for those seeking a touch of adrenaline, from swimming and snorkelling to scuba-diving and water skiing.

Explore the outdoors

The resort is the ideal base from which to explore further afield – nearby attractions include the Kornati archipelago and the green cascading waterfalls of Krka National Park.