Local Area

  • 15 minute drive to the nearest beach
  • In a very peaceful, quiet and tranquil village
  • Includes mountain views
  • Helpful and friendly locals

Bosa is a lively market town only a 15 minute drive away with plenty of bars and restaurants and has a picturesque old town which is a maze of narrow cobbled streets leading up to the castle.  From Bosa you can book a trip along the navigable length of the river Temo, which is about five kilometres, up to the ruins of a Roman bridge passing the Romanesque cathedral of Saint Peter. You can also take boat trips along the coast and see breathtaking views of the local scenery, with hidden coves and beaches, or  you can hire a boat and take a trip to find your own secluded cove and swim or snorkel from the boat.

For the active holidaymaker there are many water sports available. Bosa has at least three dive centres where you can learn to dive or, if you are already experienced, you can hire all the equipment and make a dive with a local experienced diver, who will show you the most interesting places to dive in the crystal clear water. From thev beach there are Jet Ski’s to hire along with windsurfers and kite surfers.

For those interested in nature and wildlife Sardinia is a paradise, with a wide range of interesting flora and fauna. You will find many interesting species of plants, some of which are exclusive to Sardinia. There are also many types of interesting animals to be seen here in Sardinia, some of which have developed into a sub species that differ from elsewhere.  Just a few of the animals it is possible to see are Mouflon, Monk Seals, Bonelli Eagle and Flamingo.To the north of Bosa, in a protected area, you can find one of the few remaining nesting sites of the Griffon Vulture.  These huge birds can often be seen circling from the road leaving Bosa towards Alghero. It is also possible to go by four wheel drive vehicle up to observe the nesting sites.

If your passion is fishing you are in the right place.  Both the river Temo and the sea around this coast team with fish.  Fishing is one of the local passions and almost everyone here fishes.  From Bosa Marina it is possible to take a trip with Ricardo, a local restaurant owner and fanatical fisherman. He has two boats that take holidaymakers of all abilities out to his favourite fishing spots and he can also advise on how best to cook your catch.

In Bosa Marina it is possible to take a trip on what is locally known as the “Trenino Verde” (The Little Green Train). This train, once used by the locals to get to the large town of Macomer, is now a tourist attraction.  As it wends its way through the countryside between Bosa and Macomer you will see locals working in the vineyards, famous in Sardinia for the excellent Malvasia di Bosa wine.