Pašman is the main town of the same name island in Middle Dalmatia. It is divided from the mainland by Pašman`s canal, somewhere wide just 2 kilometers, what makes it the closest island of Zadar`s archipelago. It is positioned between Zadar and Biograd na moru. The island Pašman is well-known for its woody landscapes and beautiful beaches. Although close to the continent, it has extremely clean sea, due to a phenomenon. Pašman`s canal is a scene to an unusual turns of the current; it shifts its direction through the canal and among its islets, so the sea is unpolluted and suitable for surfing, sailing and other water sports.
The town Pašman is settled in Pašman`s canal opposite to islet Babac. From the coast of the town, you can spot numerous uninhabited islets such Babac is, which is an open invitation for renting a boat to explore divine Dalmatian landscape that lays in front of your eyes. The town has over 2000 residents, traditionally occupied with fishing and agriculture. Many of them rent cosy apartments and rooms, since numerous tourists have already discovered the beauties of this Adriatic jewel.
Mild Mediterranean climate has easy winters and warm summers, tame nature and beautiful unpolluted environment, lure people in search for complete rest of their bodies and souls as well. Pašman has a ferry port, Tkon, well connected with other villages on the island by state roads. It is connected by a drawbridge with neighbor island Ugljan as well.
Easy to reach, easy on the eye, excellent for your appetite, with gastronomy based on shell growing in its canal, Pašman is a place one should not avoid for a memorable holidays.