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Punat Town Info Brochure

On the southern part of the island Krk (connected with the mainland by a bridge) in a well secluded bay, a small town, port and marina Punat is situated.

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Location and climate

Mild Mediterranean climate, with favourable winds, provides all sea enthusiasts with an unforgettable sailing experience along the northern Adriatic as well as along the whole Croatian coast. The average air temperature from May to July amounts to 22 °C, and the insulation to 2.400 hours annually.

History and sights

The area of Punat was inhabited by the Illyrians, ancient Greeks and Romans. The name Punat derived from the Latin word Pons, meaning bridge, which used to connect the narrow creek of Punat with the coast. Here are some of the most interesting buildings and monuments: the olive mill from the 18th century, the Baroque parish church of the Holy Trinity with the late Gothic wooden sculpture of St. Anne from the 15th century, along with the Maggiotto’s painting from the year 1750 on the main altar. In the Punat surroundings, there is an interesting pre-Romanesque church of St. Donat, and on the nearby island Kosljun you can visit the Franciscan monastery built in the 16th century on the ruins of an earlier Benedictine abbey. The monastery museum keeps icons, painting, island folk costumes, and its archive and library contains rare examples of the Glagolitic manuscripts and incunabula.


Beautiful beaches, rich vegetation, hotels, boarding houses, vacation houses, the sport facilities (tennis, mini golf, bowling, diving, sailing, surfing), and particularly the marina, open throughout the whole year, Croatian specialties offered in boarding houses and restaurants as well as the cultural events make Punat a very attractive tourist destination. Small houses, taverns with excellent wines, pebble beaches in the surrounding area, vineyards and olive-groves give an exceptional charm to this small town. The Punat night as well as the Fishermen’s day (in August) are regularly held in Punat, and the monastery on the Kosljun islet offers many cultural performances that take place throughout the whole year, and especially in the summertime. The economy is based on agriculture, grape and olive growing, fishing, shipbuilding industry and tourism - Punat is one of the leading centres of nautical tourism on the Croatian coast.

How to arrive?
By plane

If arriving by plane, the Rijeka airport is the nearest one as it is located on the very island Krk. The Pula airport is also close, and the airports in Zagreb, Ljubljana, Trieste and Venice, from where you can reach Punat by bus or rented car, are connected with most of the European and world centres.

By car or bus

If arriving from the direction of Zagreb, just follow the highway Zagreb - Rijeka until you reach the exit for Crikvenica and island Krk. If arriving from the direction of Italy and Slovenia, after you cross the border at Pasjak and Rupe, continue driving towards Rijeka, i.e. island Krk. The Krk bridge is only 35 km away from Punat. Via Rijeka, Krk is connected with every larger Croatian and European city by bus services.

By ship

If traveling by ship, you can take every ferry line that goes to the ferry port in Rijeka.

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