This section of the Croatian coastline has been largely unaffected by tourism development and is widely considered to be amongst the most attractive. Little seaside resorts, such as Biograd with its daily market, still attract local people to their charming restaurants and bars, as well as holidaymakers. There are 550 touring pitches, all with 16A electricity, water and drainage. Pitches are well shaded and vary in size. Some also have TV connections. A significant number of pitches are occupied by mobile homes and chalets. Soline is located in a pine forest with direct access to the sea and from the site there is a pleasant short walk into town.
On-site amenities include an appealing restaurant with fine views across the Pašman Channel to the little islands beyond. During the peak season, various activities are on offer, including sports tournaments, a children’s club and an evening entertainment programme. A wide range of excursions is on offer, including full day trips to the Kornati islands and to the Plitvica Lakes National Park.