Pašman has taken the lead position between the numerous islands of Zadar when speaking about number of preserved medieval works of art and monuments:
The Franciscan monastery of St. Duje in Kraj – a very important cultural monument, built in 1390 in the Gothic style to be reconstructed in the Renaissance style in the middle of the 16th century. There is a cloister in the convent, renovated in the 17th century in the Baroque style, the figure of Our Lady with the Child from the 15th century and a museum with exhibits.
The Benedictine monastery of St. Kuzma and Damjan besides being the famous for its clerical activities, it is even more famous as an oasis of folk literacy. It was the centre of the Glagolitic writing, an early Croatian dialect and writing. The monastery was build in the Romanesque style in the 12th century and radicaly reconstructed in the Gothic style during the 14th and middle of 15th century.
The most important literary in this region are: “The breviary of Pašman” from the 14th century and “The code of Tkon” from 16th century – two most valuable Glagolitic manuscripts. Each place on the island has its own, originally built church (parish) and this fact makes these places special in their own way.
The church of St. Roko – Pašman
The church of St. Thomas – Tkon – was mentioned in the 11th century; the parish church was built in 1742 and renovated in 1938 and newly renovated between 1945-57.
The church of St. Ante – Pašman
Church – Neviđane
The church of St. Lucas had been mentioned in 1289. for the first time. The church has rectangular shape with a square sacristy in its extension. At the end of 19th century the front facade and tower bell have been built. After the Second World war the statue of Virgin Mary has been restaured and in 1937. there has been founded the girls choir of Our Lady of Lourdes. Since that time congregation of Zdrelac celebrates votive day of Our Lady of Lourdes.