Our Holiday House is a nice villa with two independent apartments, on the ground and first floor, and a private garden all around organized with a patio, social areas, and a barbecue to enlarge the living space, making outdoors eating and drinking comfortable and enjoyable. Each appartment has 3 bedrooms, one of which with double bed, one bathroom with shower, a living room, and an equipped kitchen, and can host 2-6 persons.The Holiday House is surrounded by awarm mediterranean garden with sheltered and intimate spaces for relaxing and entertaining. Flowers and herbs are complimented by a variety of containers. Earthenware pots, hanging baskets are commonly filled with geraniums, bougainvillaea and begonias.The villa is ideal for those seeking tranquility, at walking distance (only 100 m) from the beautiful beach of Bosa Marina, as well as from the mediterranean seaside promenade where you will find typical restaurants, cafes and shops facing the sea.
The apartments are in a very quiet residential area of Bosa Marina, at walking distance from the sandy beach and 10 minutes away from the little shops. There's a friendly pizzeria just a couple of minutes away, and restaurants, bars and pizzerias are all within a short walk. There are also the local baker and small supermarkets nearby selling everything from sun lotion to local wine. The beach is 5 minutes walk and accessed from the end of the road. There are some great walks to a child-friendly and other secluded beaches. Parking can be easily found along the public street in front of the villa
Bosa appeals to the discerning traveller. It is a strikingly attractive and welcoming town on the Mediterranean coast, 50 km south of Alghero. It is set in a peaceful river valley amongst outstandingly beautiful countryside with fantastic views over the sea and mountains. A holiday in Bosa offers plenty to do and see, while giving you a sense of deep peace and relaxation, a break from the cares and stresses of your life.
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.
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 for sea fishing. There are two boats that take holidaymakers of all abilities out to some favourite fishing spots and they can also advise on how best to cook your catch.
This area is a wine making area with several very good wines produced locally but very rarely found outside the area. There are several local cantina where you will be welcome to try the wine produced and take a look at the wine making process. Some wines to look out for are Malvasia di Bosa; a complicated wine often drunk as an aperitif, it can be almost sweet but at the same time has a dry finish. Another is the Vernaccia di Oristano; this is a strong wine almost like a dry.
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 the beach there are Jet Ski's to hire along with windsurfers and kite surfers.
or 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.
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Public Parking Area
Entertainment and Communications
Washing Machine, Drying Room, Garden Furniture, BBQ, Iron
Places to visit ⇒ Castello di Serravalle (1 km), 08013 BOSA Theatre ⇒ Chiesa di S. Pietro XII sec. (2 km), 08013 BOSA