Neviđane is a settlement on the island Pašman in the archipelago of Zadar, and it can be reached by ferry lines from Biograd na moru an by state roads passing a bridge connecting islands Pašman and Ugljan. Neviđane is 3 kilometers away from main town Pašman. It is positioned on the northeast coast of the island in Pašman`s canal. Pašman`s canal is a narrow passage between the island Pašman and the mainland with the towns Biograd, Sukošan, Pakoštane and others. It is somewhere wide just 2 kilometers, intersected by small islets, whose presence enriches the beauty of the landscape and makes sailing through the canal unforgettable.
The villages on this northeast side of Pašman used to be agricultural and fisherman’s centers, but the beauty of the canal with its warm sea, even outside peak summer months, and the attraction of destinations for water sports, made tourist centers instead. Neviđane has about 600 of permanent residents, many of which are renting cozy apartments and rooms with misty views on the mainland in the distance and pebbles scattered on the coast. Gastronomy offer is based on traditional Dalmatian cuisine, with fresh meat and fish in island herbs and unavoidable olive oil.
Neviđane first became a part of Croatian history in 1067. although local cemetery keeps the ruins of the church built in 10. century. Besides the church from 17. century in the center of the place, numerous are yet unexplored sites with findings from Roman and Illyrian times. The most beautiful historical site is the church of St. Mikhail from 1018. with the statue. The beaches are clean and beautiful, waiting for you to left your footprints in the warm sand and make the village live in summer again.