The island of Pashman is located south of Zadar and is one of the largest Croatian islands. The bridge in the Zdrelac passage connects it with the island of Ugljan. There is continuity of life on the island since prehistoric times. In 1190, a naval battle took place near Pasman between Zadar and the Venetians, and the people of Zadar won. The island is rich in Mediterranean vegetation and various species of shellfish and fish in the sea. Here the sea currents change every 6 hours so the sea is extremely clean and the choice of beaches is great. The villages on the island are small, ideal for rest and relaxation. In each village, there are several shops and restaurants. For those looking for an active holiday, there are numerous hiking and biking trails.
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