The Pasman Island is a part of the group of southeast islands of the Zadar's archipelago and with the neighboring Island of Ugljan is connected with a bridge over the channel of Ždrelac. Pašman is divided from the main land with the homonymous channel, Pašman Channel that is rich with little islands.
Pašman has a rich history that goes back till the prehistoric era, trough the Iliryan towns, Romans buildings (villas, mosaic and stone sculptures) till the early Christian church and the convent with renaissance monuments.
Even if medium size, the Pašman Island is one of those islands that leave a strong impression on it's visitors. The clean sea, the marvelous gravel and sandy beaches, the ecologically preserved environment rich of healing aromatic plants, picturesque vineyards, fields and olive trees make of it an ideal surrounding for a vacation far away from the town crowd.
The habitants deal most of all with agriculture, breeding, fishing and seafaring, and thanks to an excellent connection of the island with the main land the tourism is developing quickly. The tourist offer consist on a wide range of private accommodation offer: inns, rooms, weekend houses, camp sites and of a rich gastronomic offer with a wide rang of the local plates of which the most known are those on fish and sea fruits basis.
The most developed place on the island is Tkon, which, due to a ferry harbor and a significant flow of people and vehicles, has developed faster than the other ones. The other significant places on the island are Pašman, Mrljane, Neviđane, Ugrinić, Kraj, Mali Pašman, Barotul, Dobropoljana, Banj and Ždrelac.
Pašman is really one of the islands that you will experience with all your senses and you will remain ecstatic with it.