The global view is very romantic, and Bosa is a place absolutely suitable for all the addicted photographers. The shores have nothing to envy to the town, especially the leg of coast between Bosa and Alghero and further until Capo Caccia. This territory is considered by many as the “End of Sardinia”, and the fact that gryphons nestle only in this area represents an added value to the place.
The popular tradition of Bosa is best represented by the Carnival, but also the Feast of Nostra Signora di Regnos Altos is very suggestive. During the second weekend of September the altarittos are fitted along the lanes of the historic centre, which consist of devotional altars decorated with flowers, embroideries and laces of ancient tradition, representing natural archaic subjects. And for the joy of the residents and tourists, long planks are laid with drinks and local food specialties.
Located in Bosa centre, this luxury guest house offers modern rooms with wood floors and hydromassage showers. It is just a few steps from the bus sto [...]
This small and elegant hotel is set on the bank of the River Temo in the heart of the medieval town of Bosa. It offers comfortable accommodation and u [...]
Set on the western coast of Sardinia, B&B Il Corso41 Openhouse is in Bosa town centre. It offers air-conditioned accommodation. A sweet and savoury br [...]
Isola Rossa is a comfortable hotel located only 100 metres from the main beach in Bosa, a pleasant marine village of western Sardinia. This brand new [...]
Sa Balza rooms are housed in a typical 17th-century building with a characteristic inner courtyard, in the heart of the historic centre of Bosa. The [...]
Offering a sun terrace with panoramic town views and free bike rental, Dimore Il Biancospino is located a 10-minute walk from the centre of the pictur [...]
Located 2 km from the sandy beach in Bosa, family-run I Gerani has a shared lounge and air-conditioned rooms. The property is 300 metres from the bus [...]