Yacht Charter Biograd Special Offers & Last Minute
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With a name meaning "White City by the Sea", yacht charter Biograd is one of those charming coastal cities that are typical of the Croatian coastline on the border of the Adriatic Sea. The beauty of the town meant that sometime in the past it was actually made into the capital of the Croatian kingdom.
The city sits on a small peninsula overlooking the Planac and Sveta Katarina islands. The general consideration is that if the city was good enough for Croatian royalty, it's good enough for tourists too, which might explain the increasing popularity of this place.
Out of the many attractions yacht charter Biograd has to offer, the St. Johns basilica which was built in the 11th century is probably the most prestigious, especially since it was the only thing to survive the town's destructions by the Venetians. If you'd like to learn more about the city's tumultuous history, please visit the local history museum which is located on the water front. For sailing enthusiasts this is equally entertaining, since there are also some ancient boats on display here. In another part of town, nature lovers will enjoy the tropicarium with its species of exotic fish and reptiles.
A trip definitely worth taking out of town is the one out to the neighboring Kornati islands with the Krka National Park, probably one of the most beautiful regions in all of Croatia. For this, you can book a boat trip with one of the local companies which can be found on the waterfront.
The waterfront in yacht charter Biograd is also the place to head to when you're hungry. Just like most of the sites can be found here, also the best restaurants are also located on the waterfront. The recipes being served here belong to the Dalmatian cuisine which is simple yet delicious, fresh and traditional. If you have a craving for something closer to home, there are many venues which also serve continental menus.
The town promenade is the main starting point for an after dark walk. Here the town is at its liveliest, it's where you'll find most bars and clubs that open their doors to the thirsty public as soon as the sun sets. From quiet, intimate bars to loud clubs with modern music, you'll find something fun to do here for sure. The bonus is that there is no curfew in place like in other medieval Croatian cities, which means you can party until the early hours of the morning.