Biograd and its surroundings are enclosed by 5 National parks: The Lakes of Plitvice, North Velebit, Paklenica, Krka Falls and the Kornati and 2 Nature Parks: Telašćica and Lake Vrana which provide tourists with very interesting half day and whole day excursions from Biograd to regions that are considered among the most beautiful in Croatia. Navigators find the vicinity of the Kornati National Park, Telašćica Nature Park and the many islands of the Pašman Canal very fascinating. Lake Vrana is rich with fish (carp, catfish and eel) and it is also an ornithologic reservation. It is at a distance of 5 km from Biograd and a favorite vacation and picnic area for nature and fishing lovers. Zadar, the center of the county, is only 20 km north of Biograd. It is worth visiting, especially the old center on the peninsula full of churches, historical buildings, museums and ramparts surrounding the peninsula. The cradle of the Croatian nation in the nearby town of Nin is worthy of being seen.
(SOURCE: TZ BRELA)