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Pretty Little Island

Kosljun is a pretty little island reached by boat from Punet Bay. The island is peaceful with very... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2016
Little island with less tourists

Košljun is a nice little island. It is so close to Punat that better swimmers can swim there. You... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Miha P
Maribor, Slovenia
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Puntarska Draga bay, Croatia
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Reviewed 22 October 2016

Kosljun is a pretty little island reached by boat from Punet Bay. The island is peaceful with very few tourists. There is a monastery and a museum. Overall, a pretty relaxing trip

1  Thank niluanu
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Košljun is a nice little island. It is so close to Punat that better swimmers can swim there. You can find cheap ride with a boat for younger and older. It is possible to walk around or to find a shadow for you. Main attraction...More

Thank Miha P
Reviewed 1 October 2016

This small island which houses a monastery, can be reached by boat - water taxi from Punat is only a couple of pounds each way. You can walk all around the island and there are lots of interesting plants which attract lots of wildlife

Thank ZumbaGirlShoreham
Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

Short boat drive takes you to this beautiful small island with lots of things to see there. 2 small but very nice museums, for me the most impressive was money collection from all around the world and from different periods. Lovely church and very nice...More

Thank Tomislav T
Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

So... Once you are in Punat look for any boat, making transfers to Kosljun (even if it looks expensive - private - it is not like that, 20 kunas per person to go there and back). After short ride you land on this tiny island...More

Thank 123321_11
Reviewed 24 June 2016

This small green islet is accessible by a short ferry ride. It is home to a Franciscan monastery with only 3-4 monks for most of the year. There is a library which holds over 300000 books, some of which are ancient texts. There is also...More

Thank Biddy50
Reviewed 7 June 2016

It was such a short boat ride, but such a great place with a lot of historical information. It was great to see what they wore, what the ancient lettering was all about as well.

Thank Vera F
Reviewed 5 June 2016

It doesn`t cost much, but it is worth visiting if you are exploring island Krk. Ferry boat ride is short, entrance fee only 20 kunas, and you can enjoy the monastery, museum and the nature of this small island. Check out the smallest prying book,...More

Thank SandraB8
Reviewed 15 September 2015

When you get to Punat, take the ferry boat ride over to Koslijun which is a small island that you can see from Punat's oceanfront. 20 Kuna is the price and it's well worth the 8 to 10 minute boat ride to get to this...More

Thank canadian175
Reviewed 8 September 2015 via mobile

It's a great adventure to explore the whole island even with children under 6. The museum is not too big to be boring, but be careful with the "Cabinet of wonders" which contains real goat embryos in glass jars - definitely not for kids. :)...More

2  Thank csgabor
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