If there’s one place on the Adriatic coast to visit and explore for its beauty, harmony and cordial locals, then it’s certainly Biograd. It’s a town of rich history; once the crowning site of the Croatian kings, Biograd’s museums house various archaeological collections with prehistoric, Roman and Croatian artifacts. Many antique buildings and ruins such as the remains of the cathedral, the remains of the Monastery of St. John or the Church of St. Anastasia stand as proof of the town’s longevity.Tourists are, of course, drawn by its natural beauties. On the northern side of Biograd lies the bay of Boša, with a large pebble beach, and the southern side of the city borders the bay of Soline, surrounded by pine trees and riddled with walking and jogging trails. Those who want an active vacation Biograd offers many opportunities for diving, jet skiing, trekking, cycling and climbing. In the peak of the tourist season, the town is brimming with cultural, music and sports events, such as the Biograd Boat Show or the Biograd Summer festival. As you can see there are many great things about this town, which is why you should check our list of real estate Biograd na moru.