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Highlights in Bosa
- Historicalcentre with colourful houses
- Archaeological site
- Natural oasis
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Among the holiday rentals in Bosa you will find all types of accommodation, including sea views, and rentals in Bosa located in the picturesque old town.
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Location and orientation
A small seaside town on the Planargia plateau between woods and hills, along the west coast of Sardinia, Bosa is in the province of Oristano. This place enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate, characterised by mild and humid winters and hot and dry summers.
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Ranked second among the most beautiful villages in Italy, Bosa is a picturesque village, crossed by narrow streets overlooked by colourful houses. Of course, this is the ideal destination for lovers of the sea and sunbathing, thanks to the presence of beautiful beaches. Among these, Cala di Compoltitu, of white sand, surrounded by green hills and lapped by crystal clear waters with shallow waters. Also worth seeing is the beach of Torre Argentina, consisting of many coves separated by rocks, and the beach of S'Abba Druche, where there are also pools dating back to the Nuragic period. Do not miss the old town, crossed by the river Temo, with the Cathedral of the Immaculate built in 800, the Old Bridge, the fountain of Constitution Square, the old tanneries, and, in Bosa Marina, the tower of the Red Island and the tower Argentina. Besides the sea and the beaches, there are other natural oases, such as the Scano Montiferru Bird Park, where groups, parrots, peacocks, geese, swans, fallow deer and mouflons live.
In the small village of Tinnura, not far from Bosa, the houses are decorated with many murals
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It stands on the heights of the hill of the same name and was built at the behest of the Malaspina from the second half of the thirteenth century: within its walls is the church of Nostra Signora de Sos Regnos Altos.2. The Museum of Casa Deriu
It is housed in a nineteenth century building and houses products of local craftsmanship and a collection of ceramics and paintings made by the artist Melkiorre Melis.3. Traditions and folklore
The carnival of Bosa with the masquerades of s'Attitidu and Gioltzi, the feast of the Madonna del Mare on the first Sunday of August, with the characteristic procession of decorated boats, and the feast of Our Lady of Regnos Altos on the second Sunday of September, with the statue carried in procession from the castle of Serravalle along the alleys of the medieval village of Sa Costa where, at the windows, are exposed embroidered curtains.