Biograd n/m underwent its greatest flowering when it wasthe capital of the medieval Croatian kings, with the King of Croatia and Hungary, Koloman, being actually crowned in the cityin 1102. There are a greatmany fascinating memories of the rich and stormy history of the region of Biograd n/m kept in the superbly interesting local museum. Of the ancient buildings of Biograd n/m only Basilica of St john (11th century) survived the Venetian sacking of the town in 1125. On the other hand, on the nearby island of Pašman there is still the 800 year old monastery of St Dujam. In neighbouring Vrana the medieval walls of the Knights Templar still defy time together with the Turkish caravansary in Maskovic.


    Located within easy reach of Split and Zadar airports, and brought close to the centre of Europe by good roads, hardly ten hours away by car or bus,biograd n/m of today draws its vital energy from the attractions of the surroundings that make it an alluring destination for those looking for a comfortable holiday in unadulterated nature.


     Although Biograd n/m can certainly please guests who spend their days best at night, it is the sea and the sun that are the real holiday-making trump cards of this white city (the meaning of the name Biograd). The long Pasman Channel is an ideal place for wind-surfing and all other kinds of fun on, in or under the sea. The extra-terrestrial Kornati Islands are certainly a heaven for yachtsmen, and can be reached fastest and easiest from the Biograd marinas.


     For those who prefer a dynamic and interesting vacation, Biograd n/m have in recent years constructed 20 tennis courts, and also introduced many more things of asporting and entertaiment nature.

     In a word, the diversity of what is on offer is a guarantee to holidaymakers that they can find whatever is precisely to their taste.