Leaving the mouth of the river heading north towards the Cape of Marrargiu the first of a series of small and beautiful coves is Cala e Moros (Moors of falls). Continuing your sea voyage, you will see Sos pupos (the children) rocks, offering profiles of ancient dinosaurs, raptors and elephants, to the entrance of the bay of Cala Rapina.
Then we reach the small sandy S'abba druche (small comfort with marina) and Compoltittu, which delight the viewer with hints of tropical waters thanks to shallow waters and white sands. We are close to the small promontory of the jagged Torre Argentina where small coves with smooth white rocks offer us wonderful and often solitary relaxation.
The tour continues. We will dock in the bay of Porto Managu - that is the last coastal stretch reachable by land. From here on the geology of the coast and rocks undergoes a marked transformation, offering the viewer a magnificent landscape of imposing cliffs full of crevices and cracks in the rocks of trachytic and andesitic volcanic origin. Wonder at the sight of the famous caves, a visit into the heart of the mountain enjoying the grandeur of the structures created by the force of waves at the base of the jagged cliffs where often it is possible to glimpse the rare Griffon Gyps fulvus.
Go up a river by Kayak is an experience that can only be done in Sardinia from Bosa. The Temo river offers the possibility to admire the city from an unusual perspective. Along the way there are the 18th century tanneries, the real wealth of industrial archeology, which strongly characterize the appearance of the left bank of the river. On the other side there are the nineteenth-century buildings overlooking the river, they are near the medieval district of Sa Costa; everything is dominated by the Malaspina castle. After passing the old bridge, built in trachyte, and the Cathedral of the Immaculate, you can see the old church of S. Peter extramuros, where you can moor and visit the more important religious building in Bosa, one of the older churches belonging to the Romanesque period in Sardinia.