The remains of an interesting sacral structure, a kind of “church babushka”, were found in Puntarska cove in the area of Kanajt, above the marina. Archaeological research established the existence of an older late antique edifice which was partially reconstructed and turned into a church in the 6th century. This is a single-nave church with an apse protruding on the east side. Within the dimensions of the church from the 6th century, a new, smaller church with two apses emerged in the early Middle Ages. The layout of this early Medieval church is not so common, there are just a few similar examples on the Croatian territory (St Peter in Zadar, St Plato on Cres and St Mary of the Nativity in Bale). In the Romanesque period, between the 12th and the 13th century, within the dimensions of the early Medieval smaller church, another, even smaller single-nave church was built with an apse protruding to the east side. The church was gradually abandoned from the 15th until the 19th century, when it was completely demolished by cultivating arable land.