Situated in the narrowest part of the Pasman Channel, Pasman has maintained the atmosphere of a quiet place...
PASMAN, a village and harbour in the central part of the eastern coast of the island of Pasman. Main occupations are farming, growing of vines, olives, fruit and vegetables, fishing and tourism. Smaller yachts may dock along the breakwater.
Situated in the narrowest part of the Pasman Channel, Pasman has maintained the atmosphere of a quiet place. Major attractions for family vacations include home-made food, clear seawater and pleasant, domestic atmosphere.
Pasman was first mentioned in 1067 under the name Postimana. The parish church was erected in the Middle Ages; at the beginning of the 18th century a nave was added to it and the original church was converted into a sanctuary; the bell tower dates back to 1750. The church features two late Gothic processional crucifixes and an altarpiece by C. Medovis. In nearby Mali Pasman is a small mediaeval church of St. Roch (Rocco).
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