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Tourism in Pasman
Pasman is certainly rich with beautiful beaches, pine forests, many species of aromatic plants indigenous to the Mediterranean, and especialy clean sea thanks to unique sea current which changes direction every six hours.
Local accomodation on this pearl in Zadar archipelago is surely at high level while the gastronomic specialities are well known facts among guests who have stayed here. Robinson tourism is reserved for the south side of the island absent of roads and all signs of civilization.
History and culture of Pasman
From the remnants of Illyrians, Romans and other travelers trough history by all accounts the most noted locations are Benedictine Monastery of St.. Cosmas and Franciscan Monastery of St.. Dujma with unique collection of antiques.
Places in Pasman
About 3000 people traditionally versed in fishing and agriculture welcome tourists with quality accommodation up to I and II category including houses, apartments, guesthouses, car camps, restaurants and taverns with rich native cuisine.
Located on the south sidde of he island of Pasman is Tkon, local residents call it Kun and theirselves Kunjani hence the name was passed to local famous sea shell.
Nevidane - town and harbor 3kn northwest of the village of Pasman. Mainly oriented towards fishing and tourism the settlement dates back to 1067 and holds numerous historical monuments.
Zdrelac - the settlement named after narrow passage of Zdrilo which separates island Uljan and Pasman. The islands are connected with 210 meters long bridge. Zdrelac is surrounded by beautiful beaches and has small historical church of St. Luke which togeather attract many visitors every year.