Pašman is an island in the Zadar archipelago, connected with Zadar and Biograd by the picturesque Pasman Channel, with dozens of small islets. The sea stream that changes direction every 6 hours makes this sea the cleanest on the Adriatic.
On its 63km2, 65km of indented coast, the island of Pašman belongs to the Zadar island group. With the island of Ugljan, it is connected by bridge to the Ždrelac passage and ferry connections to Biograd. The island unselfishly connects the continuity of life from prehistoric times: Illyrian cities, remains of the fortresses, archaeological finds from the time of Rome, villas of rustic houses, mosaics, stone statue of Sv.Mihovil from the 12th century. In the Neviđane village there are other historical monuments.
The Benedictine monastery of St. Cuz and Damjan on the hill of Ćokovac near Tkon on the foundations of an early Christian church which was built in the XII century and was won in the XIV century well-known as glagolitic center. The church boasts a Gothic crucifix dating from the beginning of the 15th century. The Franciscan monastery of Sv.Dujma in Kraj dates back to 1390, and was restored in 1557. The Istrian Renaissance cloister, a dining room and a museum in which the Virgin Mary with little Christ and John the Baptist is especially valuable.