The most famous sight of Punat is the iconic islet of Košljun, with its Franciscan monastery. It features a museum with numerous historical items, collected and preserved by the local monks over the centuries
Its rich library has more than 30,000 titles, including the Ptolemy’s atlas printed in Venice in 1511 (one of only three preserved copies in the world).
Other sights worth mentioning are excavations of a military complex at the Mir site above the Surbova cove in Stara Baška, The Way of the Cross above Punat and the churches of the Holy Trinity, St. Roch, St. Nicholas, St. Donatus and St. Andrew.
Punat is especially popular for it unique beaches in the beautiful coves between Punat and Stara Baška, with many of them only accessible by boat.
For a truly unique experience, visit the beaches early in the morning and see them shining with the first rays of sunshine and feel special kind of peace and relaxation.
There are many activities to enjoy – from beach volley, windsurfing, ski-lift and paragliding, to jet ski and aqua park.