Pašman Island is the perfect destination for relaxation. Rich with numerous sand beaches, bays, and Mediterranean flora and fauna, the island leaves the impression of security and attractiveness. If you are in the mood for an adventure, Pašman offers mountain biking trails and viewpoints overlooking Kornati Islands, Vransko Lake, Pašman Channel, and the breathtaking seascape.
Due to its rich history, on Pašman, you can see the remainings of Illyrian towns, archeological finds from the time of Rome, St. Michael statue from the 12th century, the Benedictine monastery of St. Cosmas and Damian, and variety of other monuments. In addition to history, you can enjoy observing the present life of the island locals. The islanders mainly engage in agriculture and fishing but have recently developed a rich tourist offer for Pašman.
Situated in Zadar archipelago, Pašman island is surrounded by the cleanest sea in the Adriatic, thanks to the sea current that changes its direction every six hours. It is separated from the mainland by the Pašman Channel, Pašman is connected to Ugljan via a bridge in the Ždrelac Pass, and many ferry lines connect it with Zadar and Biograd.