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Biograd na moru – An amusement park above Crvena Luka
The first Croatian amusement park should be erected in Biograd na Moru. It will spread across an area of around five acres above the well known Biograd tourist resort Crvena Luka.

The investor plans to begin works next year and the total value of this investment is estimated between 15 and 20 million euros.

The plan is to build an amusement park which will focus on day-time fun, following the example of the Italian Gardaland, while night time entertainment would also not be neglected.

Daytime contents of the future amusement park will include adrenalin filled fun such as roller coasters (slides), restaurants, cafes and a building with a tunnel aquarium in which the fish from the Adriatic Sea would swim above visitor’s heads.

The night time contents (a night club, a large disco and a casino) would be separated from the daytime ones and would have a separate entrance.

The location, the infrastructure and the closeness of the three Croatian national parks (Paklenica, Kornati and Krka) and nature parks Telaščica and Vransko Lake, which is the largest in Croatia, should all contribute to the overall attractiveness of the amusement park.

Biograd should also become the first Dalmatian town with a golf course, which would place it, together with the amusement park, among the most attractive tourist destinations on the Adriatic.

Biograd na moru is located in north Dalmatia, around 30 km south of Zadar.

It partly rests on a small peninsula and partly on land and in front of it are the islands Planac and Sveta Katarina. Biograd is a ferry port for the island Pašman and the centre of the Riviera that includes the places: Sveti Petar na moru, Turanj, Sveti Filip and Jakov, Biograd, Pakoštane, Draga and more villages on the island Pašman.

Once the coronation city of Croatian kings, Biograd is today a compulsory port for sailors whose destination is the Kornati archipelago.

Regatas, sailing schools and other nautical activities are available throughout the year. Biograd marinas have 1000 berths in the sea and 200 places on land which are always open.

Thanks to its location on the most indented part of the Adriatic coast, this area offers more excellent possibilities for nautical tourism and sailing than a lot of places on the Mediterranean.

Apart from its cultural and historical heritage, Biograd is known for its beautiful beaches and picturesque bays. It offers numerous activities like sailing and diving to lovers of active holidays and is also famous for having one of the most equipped tennis camps in this part of the Adriatic.

It has 14 clay tennis courts and 6 hard courts.

The tourist development of Biograd began between the two world wars. Czech tourists were Biograd`s first guests during the 1920`s. The first hotel was built in 1935 at the location of today`s hotel Ilirija.

The Tourist Board of the Zadar County

The Tourist Board of Biograda na Moru

The City of Biograd na Moru

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