Biograd na Moru is a popular holiday town with a rich history since the 11th century. It lies 35 km from the Tribunj. Biograd, with the historical center on the peninsula, is closed with the bays Soline and Bošana, in which are the same called beaches. Just the sandy beach Soline is very popular. Promenade with many stalls with refreshments and souvenirs begins in the centre at the ferry port and lines the coast to the beach Soline. In the evening is hier crouded, tourists enjoy the warm Mediterranean evenings in a busy resort.
Biograd is the seat of Croatian kings. The city decorate several churches - St. Anastasia (Crkva Sv Stošije, 1761), early Romanesque church St. Anthony (Crkva Sv Ante, 13th century.) , church St. Rocho (Crkva Sv Roka from the 16th century.) and the Basilica of St. John (Bazilika Sv. Ivan from the 11th century.). Only this church was maintained after the invasion of the Venetians in 1125th.
The center of the ancient settlement is located on a small peninsula. Until the end of 19th century people found protection from invaders in the circular towers. In the wider area there are also remains of ancient aqueduct. City museum owns a collection of archaeological founds from ancient and early Croatian period.