Biga is a town and district of Canakkale Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. It is located on the Biga River, 90 kilometres northeast from Canakkale city centre. As indicated by the 2000 evaluation, populace of the area is 80,982 of which 37,196 live in the town of Biga. The locale covers a territory of 1,354 km² and the town lies at a height of 21 m. The focal point of COMU Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences is in Biga. Biga is the site of the antiquated city of Pegaea, otherwise called Pegae or Pegai " until late Byzantine occasions.
Archeologists have not yet settled how far back the site has been possessed. In antiquated occasions, Pegaea, situated on the plain of Adrastea on the outskirt between the Troad and Mysia, was here and there included as a component of one and once in a while the other. Since going under Ottoman guideline in 1364 it has been known as Biga. Under the Ottomans, it was the seat of a sanjak.