Bašćanska ploča, the oldest document of Croatian literacy, was discovered in 1851 by young Baška priest Petar Dorčić in the floor of St. Lucy’s Church, an early Romanesque building in Jurandvor near Baška. It is a big stone tablet written in the Glagolitic alphabet.
The Baška Glagolitza Path stretches along the valley of Baška where the famous stone tablet, an important document on Croatian statehood from 1100 AD, was found in 1851. It is a monument of lasting value on Croatian statehood and the rich history and culture of the region.
Biserujka Cave is situated in the north-eastern part of the island of Krk and its interior of striking beauty is a must-see.
The Baška Aquarium is an ideal place for those who wish to get acquainted with the secrets of the sea but from a pleasant distance. Baška has an aquarium where this is possible. Here one can see a variety of species living in the Adriatic Sea such as catfish, eels, spiny lobsters, groupers and octopuses.
Košljun is a cultural treasure located only 750 meters from the center of Punat. It is best known for its Franciscan monastery, a world heritage site where members of the clergy collected and stored objects of value.