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Ždrelac

"Mali Zdrelac" is one of the most well-known straits in the Adriatic. It runs between the two North Dalmatian islands of Ugljan and Pasman and the bridge connecting the two islands to each other goes right over this strait. Situated directly in this picturesque spot is the 245 inhabitants large, pretty well enclosed Zdrelac resort on the northern tip of the Pasman Island. Exuding an original charm, this idyllic fishing village has formed around the Church of Saint Luke. Although there are no records or building components indicating that this church was of early Christian or medieval origin, it is believed that it was built before the 13th century.

The well-developed resort offers a wide range of leisure activities for tourists - including summer events such as the Summer Carnival or the Zdrelac Games that will put a smile on both locals' and visitors' faces. Zdrelac is a popular place for boaters and sailors due to its well-developed port and the local seascape. The bridge going over the Strait of Mali Zdrelac promises guests with a picturesque panorama - whether you're standing on the bridge overlooking Zdrelac and Pasman or if you are just sailing through. The coves with partially sandy beaches promise guests a great place to swim.

Beaches

Beach Polača Bay

North Dalmatia, Pašman Island, Ždrelac

type of beach gravel, rocks, concrete plateaus
Beach Matlovac

North Dalmatia, Pašman Island, Ždrelac

type of beach sand, concrete plateaus

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