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Biograd – Boat and Sea Lovers' Fair
The Biograd Autumn Boat Show is the largest autumn fair of its kind in the region, and this year for the twelfth time it will bring together all segments of the boating industry in Croatia and the region - marinas, charter companies, shipbuilders and shipping companies. This international festival of boats, associated equipment and services, will traditionally be held from 21 - 24 October in the marina Kornati in Biograd. This is one of the three largest marinas in the Adriatic with more than 800 berths, visited by about 50,000 sailors each year and with more than 50 regattas and events held throughout the year which makes it unique on the Adriatic. The fair is well known for its unique and warm atmosphere of the coastal city in which the sunset of every day during the fair marks the end of the exhibition and the start of the evening program, which goes on until the late hours of the evening offering great hospitality and entertainment. During the fair there will be several races, including an open regatta and a regatta with radio-controlled model sailboats.

The host of the fair Biograd, once the coronation city of Croatian kings, is today a well known tourist destination in northern Dalmatia. The town, situated about thirty kilometers from Zadar, lies on a peninsula surrounded by modern marinas and a promenade that offers a spectacular view of the Pašman Canal and the islands scattered in it.

Swimming in extremely clear waters is possible only about hundred meters away from the town center, where the gravel beaches with many amenities stretch in the shadow of ancient pine forests while those who prefer seclusion can enjoy one of the forested islands in the canal.

Its location in the middle of the Croatian coast, surrounded by three national parks (Kornati, Paklenica, Krka) and two nature parks (Telaščica, Vrana), a long tradition in tourism, sports facilities and restaurants are just some of the reasons for choosing Biograd as a destination for an interesting and dynamic vacation.


The Tourist Board of Zadar County
www.zadar.hr

The Tourist Board of Biograd
www.tzg-biograd.hr

Biograd Boat Show
www.bbs.com

Marina Kornati
www.marinakornati.com
 
 

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