It is situated in the north side of the Pirovac bay which is covered by the mediterranean forests and vineyards. It was first mentioned in 1298. and during the Middle Age it was owned by Croatian noblemen. Pirovac is famous for its lovely small bays(coves) Lolić,Vrulje,Makarina and Vrilo with gravelled beaches.The small island of Sustipanac, situated immeadiately in front of Pirovac, is a special attraction. The bay of Makirina is famous for its medicinal mud. ˝Tastes of seafood˝ is a traditional Summer festivity held every Saturday during summer season.
Biograd is one of the few cities in the region, if not the only, that can claim to have several pristine beaches in the near vicinity of the city centre. In the north-western part of the city expands the spacious gravel beach Bošana with its gradual access to water and numerous facilities. On the opposite side, in the south-eastern part of the city, there is an array of beautiful beaches encircled by a thick pine forest. The succession starts with the private beach of Hotels Ilirija and Adriatic, and it merges with the gravel beach Dražica, finally stretching to the sandy Soline Bay.