Pašman Island – a Miniature Rhapsody

Tour of Pustograd, a military fort built in the 6th century; monastery of Saint Kuzma and Damjan on Ćokovac, founded in 1059 AD; Ugrinić Castle, legacy of the Šubić family from the 16th century; Chapel of Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows and Way of the Cross.

If you want to get to know Dalmatia, all the charms of its islands and depths of the soul of the local island population, to merge with the rhapsody of history and culture which surrounds us while we are ignorant of its importance, the island of Pašman is the ideal place. Pašman is the second-largest island of the area around Zadar, with Tkon as its main settlement. The town of Tkon is mentioned already in 960 AD under the name of Katun. Even the Byzantine emperor Constantin Porfirogenet mentions Tkon in his work “De Administrando imperio”, written in 1067 AD. We can take you to an environment of pristine nature, salt, stone and aromatic medicinal herbs. There are also drystone walls which are enwoven in the history of the labour of the fishermen and farmers who built them. Enjoy the vistas of the open sea, the Pašman Channel, the islands of Žut and Sit from island peaks. You can also explore numerous forts, castles, religious sites and stone houses and sheepfolds.

One-day to three-day tours are available. An approximate program for a three-day package includes: Day 1: arrival and tour of Pustograd; Day 2: tour of the lower side of the island; Day 3: tour of the historical attractions of the main settlement of Tkon. The package is available during the entire year for groups of up to 20 people. Accommodation is in three-star apartments or fishing huts, while transport is using your own car or organized by us. Expert guides are available in English, Italian, German, Czech and Croatian (also other languages by request). All listed information is estimated and non-binding so please contact us to finalize the offer.

Photography: F.Jurić; M.Uroda

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