On the south-eastern side of Biograd na Moru, from the Hotel Adriatic to the end of the Soline campsite, the main city beach Dražica stretches. Near the camp Soline there is a sandy bay of Soline (see separate chapter). This entire part of the beach is accessible by a comfortable walk along the coastal promenade, which is lined with pine trees and many cafes, snack stands, souvenir stands and merry-go-rounds for children. The promenade is mostly lit and you can also ride a bike or inline skates here. Dražice beach is pebbly and sandy with a gradual entrance to the sea and has been awarded the blue flag (cleanliness award) for several years. There are various attractions on the beach - a salt water pool (free entrance), where various concerts or discos are held in the evening. There is a toboggan and a slide on the small peninsula, the area is complemented by a restaurant and a cafe. Here you can also rent various sports water equipment - such as jet skis, paddle boats, canoes or boats. One of the diving centers is also located next to the toboggan. You can find a beach volleyball court and children's swings right on Soline. The beach is also equipped with toilets, changing cabins, showers and a first aid service. Between the peninsula with the toboggan and the pool, there is an entrance to the water for the handicapped. You can rent sunbeds with umbrellas on the beach or settle down in the shade of the pine trees.