Ždrelac is a village on Pašman, the nearest island of Zadar’s archipelago. Pašman and Ugljan, two neighbor islands are so close, that they are connected with 210 meters long bridge over the water way called Ždrilo builted in 1973. That bridged canal is what Ždrelac is named of, since it is located not far from it and a holiday settlement nearby. Ždrelac has around 250 of permanent residents, but much greater number of visitors during the summer time, due to it’s accessibility and diversity of it’s tourist offer. Airport Zemunik is distanced only 8 kilometers from Zadar; yet, ferryboat lines are pretty often from Zadar to Ugljan, from where is about 17 kilometers to Ždrelac, or from Biograd to Tkon on Pašman, from where there are about 12 kilometers to Ždrelac. The village is on intersection of the many maritime routes connecting mainland and archipelago Kornati, one of the Croatian National parks. So, many sailing enthusiasts come around here to enjoy good gastronomy offer, reflected in tasty dishes and domestic vines in numerous restaurants of Ždrelac. Holiday apartment offer is rich and comfortable, so, many foreign tourists, as well as domestic ones from Zadar, Biograd and Šibenik, choose Ždrelac for their resting place or base, from where they can visit Kornate, Paklenica, Krka or some other pearl of Croatian natural wealth. Numerous festivities in summer months, along with the clean sea and pleasant climate, are the guarantee for amusement and relaxation in Ždrelac only. Sand beaches in coves surrounding it are the perfect place for finding peace and relax your mind and body for unforgettable vacation.