An ancient Phoenician settlement, later occupied by the Romans, the town of Bosa lies in the valley of the Temo river, the only navigable river in Sardinia. The town is famous for its handicraft traditions, including coral, textiles, embroidery and woven asphodel baskets. It is nestled among the lush green valley of Planargia, an area famous for its outstanding culinary tradition and the high quality of its oil and wines. Malvasia, one of the local wines, has obtained the DOC appellation; it has also its own wine route which starts from Bosa and leads to the villages where the wine is produced: Modolo, Magomadas, Suni and Flussio.
This area is rich of attractions for nature lovers. If you love to walk in the wild you can go trekking and bird watching in the Nature Reserve of Badde Aggiosu, Marrargiu e Monte Mannu. To explore the fascinating sea bed, try some snorkeling in the Biomarine Park of Capo Marrargiu. To go back in time, you can visit the Malaspina Castle, on the top of Serravalle hill, and visit also the close Church of Nostra Signora di Regnos Altos, with Catalan school's frescoes. Near the village the sandy beach of Bosa Marina stretches, marked out with five sails in the Blue Guide published by Legambiente, Italy’s leading environmental watchdog. This beautiful beach is overlooked by the ancient Aragonese Tower known as Torre del Porto or Torre dell'Isola Rossa.
We promote and conduct eco-friendly sail excursions and trips to nature parks, marine parks and sites of communal interest, using first class craft