Yacht Charter Biograd – Enjoy the Central Adriatic Coast
The town of yacht charter Biograd
has a long touristic tradition along the Adriatic Sea Coast since it was actually at one point the capital of the Croatian medieval Kingdom. The name means “white city by the sea” and it refers to the small peninsula that it sits on, being sheltered by two smaller islands, Planac and Sveta Katarina.
Since it used to be fit for Croatian kings, today yacht charter Biograd
is the perfect location for tourists with a passion for sailing because it has numerous marinas, as well as surrounding natural parks, plenty of cultural and recreational facilities not to mention a long tradition in entertaining foreign visitors.
While there is no direct flight to yacht charter Biograd
, your group can catch a plane from to any of the neighbouring airports in Zadar
, Rijeka or even in Zagreb. Zadar is the closest one, less than 30km away and here you can fly low cost from Germany, Great Britain and Sweden
Land travel is better represented since yacht charter Biograd
is part of a very extensive system that connects it with other cities in Croatia
and the rest of Europe via train or bus. There are intercity buses that take Yacht Charter sailors to and from Zadar, Zagreb, Split as well as cities in neighbouring countries such as Switzerland, France
, Germany and Slovakia. The railway system is even more comprehensive, with lines running to Italy
, Austria and Serbia and Montenegro.
By water, the city of Biograd is connected to the rest of the Adriatic coast via the ferry service. There are numerous boats heading to other Yacht Charter locations such as Split or Zadar
In terms of attractions, the pride of locals in yacht charter Biograd
is the 11th century St. John’s basilica, the only thing to survive the town’s sacking by the Venetians. Some of the tourists visiting should also visit the museum of history situated on the waterfront because there are ancient boats on display here. Nature lovers will appreciate the tropicarium which houses exotic species of reptiles and fish.
Keep in mind that the neighbouring regions of Biograd are equally attractive, like the national park of the Kornati Archipelago, the Krka national park and the Velebit Paklenica that can be reached by booking a trip with several providers located on the waterfront.
The best eating in the city is done at the restaurants found along the waterfront. This is where you can sample some of the Dalmatian cuisine which is rich in textures and flavours coming from the sea, something every visitor should enjoy. The recipes are simple yet delicious and hold something of the continental heritage, as well as something from the Mediterranean
side, which is why you’ll find many pizzerias around town.
The best place in yacht charter Biograd
to be after dark is the old town and the promenade. This is where you’ll find most bars and clubs which open their doors to the public as soon as the sun sets. There’s something for everyone, from quiet bars to loud discos that stay open until the early hours.
There is a long maritime tradition here in Biograd which is a testament to the importance of the sea in the life of the locals. The marinas here are famous for their regattas, and there are and their boat shows which manage to gather on these shores the best names in the yachting industry, like the one happening in October.