Sveti Petar (St. Peter) is a small village between Biograd and Zadar. It is a part of Zadar’s Riviera settled on a coast of Pašman’s canal. With just about 300 of permanent residents living in about 80 houses, and another 200 something vacation houses, Sveti Petar is like ‘Beverly hills’ of the town Zadar. Although it existed earlier, Sveti Petar has remarkably developed in last 100 years, significantly in past decade. New and modern houses make it’s private accommodation offer bursting with comfort and diversity. Lodging varies from cosy and pretty apartments to even luxurious ones, fully equipped. Each of them distinguish oneself with friendly and beautiful environment as well as astonishing view on crystal bluish sea and island Pašman. Sveti Petar has a great number of clean and pretty beaches. Rovanj, Portina, Fer, Kod bunara, Kraljićka, Punta are just few names of those beach jewels. Residents take care of them and they look better from year to year. They are all quite unreachable, since the shore line of Sveti Petar is accessible only by narrow paths, and some beaches, like Rovanj for example, even harder. If you ask residents for a way, they probably tell you that it is easier to come to the beach by boat or a parachute. But some tourists consider it an advantage. The advantages of Sveti Petar are, beside good accommodation in private apartments, different amusement facilities, good traffic connections, closeness of airport, ferryboat, as well as few National parks and Parks of nature – a great one day trip destinations.