Tkon is an old fishing village that occupies a total of 15 square km in the southern part of the island of Pašman and several small islands scattered throughout the Murter Sea. It is also a berthing point for the ferry route Biograd - Tkon from where there are a series of sandy and rocky coves, and the nearby hill offer an unforgettable view of the nearby islands and Kornati.
The Benedictine Monastery of sv. Kuzma and Damjan [St. Cosmos and Damian] on Ćokovac hill from the 12th century is a real attraction for tourists. In the shade of old olive trees and pine forests, there are two private campsites and right beside the sea, with two sandy beaches, and just 2 km away from Tkon is FFK Sovinje campsite.
In the homely setting of taverns and restaurants, traditional dishes are prepared with a glass of local brandy, wine and dried figs - Dalmatian prosciutto, cheese, lamb and seafood prepared under an iron bell.
The beginning of the season is marked by the event Latin idro, an old sailing regatta in the Pašman channel. If you are a fan of land sports, take part in the Škraping race - an international race along trekking trails and forest paths, thus introducing the natural beauty of the island of Pašman.
Pašman is an island in the Zadar archipelago, lcated between Zadar and Biograd. The current in the Pašman channel changes direction every 6 hours making the sea there the cleanest in the Adriatic. The Illyrian towns, remains of towers, archaeological sites from the Roman times, the villa rustica, the mosaics and many other historical monuments demonstrate the historical wealth of the island.
Many types of medicinal and aromatic plants enrich the island with their scents, and the underwater world jealously guards all types of shellfish and fish of the Croatian Adriatic. The island has a rich tourist offer: apartments, holiday homes, pensions, caravan campsites, inns and restaurants where you must try some of the seafood and products grown on the local fields of the ecological healthy island of Pašman.