El Punt (Catalan pronunciation: [əɫ ˈpun], meaning in English "The Point") was a Catalan daily newspaper based in Girona, Catalonia (Spain). The newspaper was renamed in 1990 from the original Punt Diari ('Daily Point'). It was published between 24 February 1979 and 31 July 2011.
On 31 July 2011, the newspaper merged with the newspaper Avui, creating the new newspaper El Punt Avui. El Punt, however, kept an own edition for the Girona area, where the original El Punt newspaper was born.
The Catalan government subsidises with important amounts those Catalan newspapers with at least one Catalan language edition. In 2008, El Punt was the most subsidised of them all in terms of circulation/funds granted, having received almost 2 million euros, which amounts to 72 euros a year per newspaper sold per day, or almost 20 Euro cent per newspaper actually sold.