Pašman is a little town situated on the Island Pasman over looking the Pašman channel. From the city there is an amazing view on numerous little, mostly inhabited islands which only can be discovered by boat or sailboat. Pašman has some excellent beach, which includes two sand beaches, for those who wants to visit the island by boat, there is a few small marinas. The towns were inhabited in roman time, and its first time mentioned in 1067 by King Petar Kresimir IV as „Postimana“. The Mediterranean climate has developed a rich flora and fauna and the sea is full with different types of fish and shells.
Accommodation in Pašman:
As Pašman has developed its tourist tradition in the last decades, investors have built several new hotels and other types of accommodation on Pašman. So, now as in any other tourist towns, in the town centre and around it, there's a variety of accommodation: from a few hotels, to private villas and apartments, also there is a few nice apartment house with swimming pool, close to city Pašman.
Important when you book accommodation: The Island can be reached either by ferry from Zadar to Island Ugljan (Preko) which is 24 km from Pašman city, or with ferry from Biograd na moru to Tkon (Island Pašman), which is 4 km from Pašman city. If you don't plan to bring car, Make sure to browse for private apartments owner who offer pick up by the ferry, in our accommodation you set the criteria under advanced search.
Things to see – Sights on Island Pasman:
If you have a bike, it is recommended to ride to V. Bokolj hill from where you can sea Kornati, nearby islands, Pasman channel, Biograd, etc. Also, if you're there, be sure to visit two monasteries: Franciscan Monastery of St.. Dujma, in the little town Kraj, the monastery of St. Cosmas and Damian on the hill Ćokovac above Tkon. From Pašman it is possible to go on trips to nearby towns of Zadar and Biograd, as well as to all the nearby villages on the island of Pasman and Island Ugljan and learn about the interesting facts and everyday habits.
Where to eat in the city:
The gastronomy is consisted from light meals made of fish, vegetables spiced with olive oil and Dalmatian herbs such as rosemary and bay leaf. Some of the specialties are Dalmatian prosciutto dried on Bura (the wind from the north), salted cheese from Pag, pašticada, lamb, salads of potatoes, mixed salads, etc. The great number of all kinds of fresh fish prepared in various ways: fish stew, grilled octopus, grade lade in a hundred ways, will always return you to our island. One of the best restaurant is restaurant Tamaris, so be sure to try their food.