Camp Mia is located in the shade of a century old pine trees, right next to Dražica pebble beach. It is a family campsite with a long tradition in tourism. The camp can accommodate 200 people and it has 60 camping plots. A perfect place for a comfortable longer stay, as well as for those who are in transit and want to be close to the town center. Apart from the plots for RVs and tents, the camp offers bungalows and mobile houses. The camp is shaded by a pine forest and has completely renovated sanitary areas with comfortable showers and new toilets. Quiet zone on the one hand, and the vicinity of the town center, which is only 200 meters away, on the other hand, makes the camp an ideal destination for guests who want to have everything at their fingertips. They can join the magic of standard comfortable and pleasant camping with all the advantages of day and night life in the center of Biograd, and by doing so, they do not harm one another. The camp is located near the main pebble beach Dražica, which has the Blue Flag for the sea water quality (150m). It also has a water slide for the entertainment of children and adults. Near the camp, there is also a grocery store (150m), a caffee and a restaurant with a pizzeria (150m), as well as restaurants serving a la carte dishes (300 m), and tennis courts (100m). Camp Mia is located 30 km from Zadar airport and the town of Zadar. If, during your stay, you want to visit some of the surrounding islands, Biograd ferry port is located 1 km from the camp.
Biograd na Moru is a royal Croatian town with a rich history. It was first mentioned in the mid-tenth century,
and it was the seat of Croatian kings and bishops in the 11th century. It flourished the most as the capital of
the medieval Croatian rulers, and Croatian-Hungarian king Koloman was crowned here in 1102. In the center of Biograd,
800 meters from the camp, there are the remains of a Benedictine monastery, which is the Heritage Museum today.
Many material proofs of the rich and tumultuous history of Biograd area are stored in this interesting museum.
The city of Biograd is a an attractive and pleasant place to enjoy sight-seeing, in particular because of its historic and architectural heritage. Biograd is also a convenient base for visits to some of the famous Croatian national parks such as Krka, Plitvička jezera, Paklenica and Kornati. For those who enjoy entertainment, there are numerous bars, clubs and restaurants situated in the centre of the city, only 300 metres from the campsite.