The town was most important as a capital of croatian medieval kings, and in 1102 AD a coronation of Croatian-Hungarian king Koloman took place in Biograd. Many material evidences of the rich and interesting history of this area are deposed in the very interesting local museum. The only ancient building that survived venetian destruction of Biograd in 1125 is the Basilic of St. John (11 century).
Situated near airports in Zadar and Split, on a mayor tourist road, todays Biograd takes its strenght from the beauty of the city and the attractions of the area that makes it a desirable destination for a pleasant vacation in a marvelous nature. Biograd is a developed tourist destination with many hotels, apartaments, villas, restaurants, coffe shops and marinas. Although Biograd in its tourist offer has a rich cultural life, sea, sun and the beautiful beaches are the real value of this white city. A long channel of Pasman is an ideal place for sailing and all the activities in the sea, but magnificent Kornats are real paradise for visitors.
The town is a promised land for tourists that want active and dinamic vacation. Numerous possibilities for sport activities, beaches and other tourist programs give You a warranty that You will find a program or an activity of Your satisfaction. The visitors of Biograd have a possibility to visit the marvelous nearby national parks; NP Kornati, NP Krka, NP Paklenica, NP Telascica and NP Vransko jezero.
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