Explore Pasman through various activities

Recreational Cycling

You must experience the excitement of cycling on the islands. It is unforgettable experience regardless is it  a road or a mountain biking. The possibilities are virtually unlimited given that the islands Pasman and Ugljan are connected by a bridge. In the middle of the island the road stretches from one end of the island to another. Panoramic view of the Pasman channel with 16 islands, the mainland and in the background of our greatest mountain Velebit provides an unforgettable experience If you just turn the other way you will see the paradise archipelago Kornati which connects Degi otok and its multitude of islands and islets. The view from the highest point of the island of Pasman, called Bokolj, will leave an unforgettable experience for your whole life. The cost of delivery includes only the cost of fuel and highway. During other trips all bicycles are stored in our main building. Also, in case of visits to the nearby national parks and nature our guests will be  accompanied by one truck in case of technical failures on bicycle


After a very popular trekking in the world Croatian adrenaline sports came in – škraping. It’s a fast walk , rarely run, by the sharp and dangerous coastal rocks. The name comes from the Dalmatian word for these rocks – škrapa. Škraping is very demanding discipline, arduous and requires great caution. You need to overcome sharp rocks, traverse notches, wriggle through the bush to find paths . Run  is divided into ultra-serious length 42 km and light-easy length 21 km,each particular for women and men. After the first škrapping 2006 the same event is held every year with the intention of visitors/ athletes from several European countries to learn more about the natural resources of the island of Pasman for different sports activities. This also marks the beginning of the tourist season on the island. Škraping of 2019 will be held 09. march from the neighboring town of Tkon which is only two kilometers from our camping.


Pašman Island and its surrounding area offer endless opportunities for walks  to the sea and mountain areas. There are numerous trails and paths where with the scent of wild Mediterranean herbs you can feel the distinctive smells of seaweed that the waves washed ashore. Just walking, you can visit several caves that residents of the island at various times had occasionally inhabited. You can also visit the early Christian ruins where inhabitans seeked shelter in case of war risk. (Pustograd, etc.,). You can also visit the rain forest of holm oak in the area Dumbočica with which you will be particularly surprised. Beside it there are large caves inhabited by wild pigeons. In the island’s olive groves there are numerous stone houses circularly built in stone without any binding material. They are gradually more and more demanding , but never too heavy,so that the consumption of appropriate traditional food and drinks at the final destination is pleasant and refreshing. For all tours we will provide a guide so you want have any problems finding your way, unless you want to wander alone.

Surfing, rowing and sailing

Pašman channel which is in our part   5-6 kilometers wide and divided by two series of islets. The first series consists of four islands, while the second series also consists of four islands, of which last one is significantly larger,and  there is a small village on it. The most frequent wind is the Mistral blowing from the northwest in the afternoon. Near the town of Pasman channel is  practically so narrow that the sea runnes like a river in one direction or another (alternating current approximately every six hours). For surfers, especially less skilled, it is ideal because of the relatively strong wind and small waves. By Bura (wind from the mainland) and especially the Jugo (south-east wind that also blows in the direction of the channel of Pasman) waves are significantly larger and require more experienced surfers. For all boards and sails we possess the ability to store  them over night by the sea. (family house with a walled garden).

Visit Turkey Han

Ten kilometers east of Biograd there is Nature Park “Vrana Lake” famous ornithological reserve in Croatia. It is a protected habitat for a large number of birds. Within its edge there is village of Vrana , in which is very well preserved Turkish tavern (refectory, dormitory). In the 15th century the fort was built by the nobles Benkovic. It was surrounded by high walls and towers. In time, around the hill with the castle town developed that was named Benkovac. In the early 16th century the area is conquered by the Turks and the old fortress is converted in their castle. The Turks were there till 1647.g. Recently, the County Museum is established in the fort.. It owns archaeological and ethnographic collection,the collection of stone monuments, natural history collection, cultural, historical and collection of the Homeland War. The largest fair of cattle and traditional tools in Benkovac is held every 10th day of the month. At imposing surface it is possible to see and buy everything. A huge number of people is visiting the farm animals and all kinds of household products which are produced in the same way hundreds of years.

Religious buildings of Zadar and Island Pasman

Cultural and historical heritage of the island of Pasman is mostly represented in religious buildings. Among sacral monuments of culture are the two island’s monasteries: the Franciscan Monastery of S. Duje in Kraj and  Benedictine monastery of St. Cosmas and Damian on the hill Cokovac. On the site called Otus, stands the church of St. Anthony with a summer house from 1399. The monastery of Sv.Duje was built 1392.g. on the site of an earlier Gothic church. Church of St. Cosmas and Damian was first mentioned around 1070.g. when the Croatian king Petar Kresimir IV granted the right to a church and surrounding lands the monastery of St. John Evangelistarium in Biograd. A few decades later, after the war destruction of Biograd , the local monastery of Benedictine monks have found refuge on the island of Pasman. Prehistoric ruins of a Byzantine fortress Pustograd are located in the southeastern part of the island near the town of Tkon. Gradina was built by the Byzantine authorities during the 6th century.On the north side there are preserved foundations of the tower, and on the south side almost the entire tower.