Pasman is a village located across the islet of Babac in the Pasman Channel. The beach offers an unforgettable view of numerous, mostly uninhabited islands that are best explored by private boat or yacht. Pasman has two sandy beaches and several ports with a safe berth. In 1067, King Petar Kreshimir IV called it “Postimana.” Here you can go on a long promenade by the sea and visit the old stone core that has remained here as a memory of ancient times. For adventurers and researchers, we recommend a visit to Bobich Cave in Soline Bay and Marishchica Cave, as well as tastings of indigenous dishes, local products, entertainment, clear sea, long walks, recreation and a bike path. that which conquers with the beauty of its landscape.The place can be reached by ferry from the port of Zadar, which transports both passengers and cars.
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