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Biograd - Excursions and surroundings

Situated on the shore half way between the northern most and most southern town of the Croatian Adriatic, the town of Biograd is the perfect launching spot for additional traveler trips of the encompassing region, but likewise the more far-off tourist attractions throughout the coastline. Not far away there are 3 national parks, 2 nature parks, and a few historical towns, that grant many spots for exploration.

Town of Zadar

Biograd - Excursions and surroundings

Zadar is a couple of thousand years old city and it was the capital of Dalmatia for a lot of centuries. The Zadar peninsula nevertheless maintains very old structure of slim and lovely town streets, in addition to a Roman forum existing from the 1st century AD. A very high wall structure remains on the port side, constructed by Venetians in the 16th century, and an entry gate still sports the Venetian lion. Zadar acquired its urban design in Roman times; in the course of the time of Julius Caesar and Dictator Augustus, the city was reinforced and the town wall structures with towers and gates were constructed.

Vrana Lake

Vrana is the biggest lake in Croatia, designated nature park that extends throughout the shoreline between Pirovac and Pakostane, merely 1km from the seashore. The lake is one-of-a-kind for its postition and attributes not only in Croatia but likewise in various other areas of Europe. It is in reality a karst lowland loadeded with salted water and is below sea-level.

Kornati National Park

Biograd - Excursions and surroundings

A national park ever since 1980, the Kornati archipelago makes up a slightly severe and unembellished surrounding, practically without life. The islands vary in color from stony white to fade brown, sprinkled with areas of faded green sage. There are no permanent villages in Kornati. Basic residences in well-protected bays for instance Vrulje, Kravjačica, Lavsa and various other are used by mainland landowners as short-term sanctuaries. The worldwide popularity of the Kornati with the global yachting fraternity is having a great effect on the archipelago's advancement, with beachfront dining establishments offering high-quality fish and shellfish springing up in each and every available bay. One of the most remarkable natural experiences on Kornati are high cliffs on several islands of the Lower Kornati, facing international waters. The cliffs have often been described as "crowns" (corona) which is most likely where the name of Kornati derives from.

The Krka National Park

Biograd - Excursions and surroundings

The Krka National Park is a large, mostly untouched area of remarkable and diverse natural value, and consists of several maintained or somewhat modified ecosystems. National Park Krka is abundant in plants and animals. 222 bird varieties live there, creating it one of the most useful ornithological regions in Europe. 18 varieties of fish populate the Krka River, among which 10 are endemic, making the Krka a natural site of the greatest classification. Skradinski buk is one of the most beautiful areas of the park. It is a large, crystal clear, natural pool with very high falls at one end and cascades at the other, situated in the Krka National Park in Croatia. Within the park is the island of Visovac that was established during the course of the supremacy of Louis I of Hungary, home to the Roman Catholic Visovac Abbey established by the Franciscans in 1445 close to Miljevci settlement. The park additionally features the Eastern Orthodox Abbey Krka established in 1345. The island can be explored by a motorboat excursion from Skradinski buk.

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