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Sveti Petar na Moru

On the Adriatic coast between Sukosan and Biograd lies the picturesque fishing village of Sveti Petar na Moru - shortened to Sveti Petar. The quiet town is especially popular amongst campers and boaters because Sveti Petar na Moru is a great springboard for excursions along the coast to Biograd and Zadar, day trips to the hinterlands to Vransko Jezero Lake or to the Krka National Park, as well as to the islands of Pasman and Ugljan. Sveti Petar na Moru is a town characterized by the middle ages. The Franciscan Monastery of St. Peter and Paul from the 18th century, with its associated monastery church, attests to this. A special attraction are the inner walls of the church which are covered with a leather wallpaper. Larger shops can be found in the nearby towns and cities, such as in Biograd and Zadar. A restaurant on the harbor invites you in to relax in the evenings.

Along the coast around Sveti Petar na Moru there are many natural pebbled and rocky beaches, which are often visited by naturists. Towards the outskirts dogs can also share in the fun at the beach. More pebbled beaches can be found in the surrounding towns.

Beaches

Beach Sveti Petar

North Dalmatia, Riviera Biograd n.M., Sveti Petar na Moru

type of beach stones, rocks, concrete plateaus

Location

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