Bibinje (4,000 inhabitants) is situated southeast from the historical city Zadar, between the Adriatic tourist road and the sea, having a four kilometer coast with beaches and pathways.
Population always depended on agriculture and cattle breeding, followed by the fishing tradein more recent times. Tourism dates back to the middle of the 20 th century.concerning accomodation orentertainment and sports.
There is a marina in the Bibinje area called Dalmacija with various facilities. It's area is about 70,000 m2, and it is the largest Adriatic marina with 1,400 berths.
Local restaurants offer special dishes of the region, there are cafes, small shops, a self-service shop in the town center, a repair shop for motor vehicles and boat engines. There is a post office with money exchange office, a kindergarten, a general practice clinic,a dentist's office, a drugstore.
One can always get all the necessary information in the Bibinje tourist office (Turistička zajednica).
There is a very interesting ethnographic collection in the town museum, and sacral 15th century exhibits in the John the Baptist's Church. There are five Catholic churches in Bibinje. Two are active: the St. Rok Church (St. Rok is the protector of Bibinje), built in the 16th century, and the newly built A ssumptionof the Virgin Mary Church completed in 1984.