Drage is a small seaside village in central Dalmatia, 3 km from Pakoštane and 10 km from Biograd na Moru. Relatively unknown, it is a perfect place for a peaceful holiday, away from the hustle of crowded tourist resorts. It is located only 1 km from the Lake Vrana (Vransko jezero), with great opportunities for cycling, fishing, picnics and bird-watching. Drage is ideal for families with children and nature lovers. The beach is always clean and the mild sea-to-land wind, called maestral, make it great for windsurfing. Drage also offers a beautiful view of the sea, the nearby island of Vrgada and the Kornati islands, a famous national park. You can find facilities like the post, bank, shops or exchange offices in the nearby Pakoštane.

Biograd na Moru is a town in central Dalmatia, 28 km to the southeast of Zadar. It is a local centre, including Sv. Petar na Moru, Turanj, Sveti Filip i Jakov, Pakoštane and Drage on its riviera, as well as the neighboring island of Pašman. Although small, the town flourished in the 10th and 11th century, when it was the seat of Croatian kings. There is a large sandy beach, and you can also make daily excursions to the Kornati National Park and other nearby islands.

The coastline of the Biograd na Moru area is the most indented part of the Adriatic, with countless bays, islands and isles, which makes it an ideal nautical destination. There are about 1000 berths in the local port, as well as a repair facility and a large parking lot. The famous Kornati National Park is nearby, an extremely beautiful archipelago of more than 150 islands, one of the best nautical destinations in the world. Due to the weather conditions, the best time for sailing is between April and October.