Sardinia, a unique experience

Casa della Portella, Bosa - Sardinia

Dolce Vita in western Sardinia, in your own little old town apartment. A cappuccino in the morning in the coffee bar around the corner, shopping in the small shops a few blocks away and then on to the piazza! Improve your Italian, because in Bosa there is always someone who has the time and desire to have a chat. And it's not far to the sea either. Here you can spend an authentic and not too touristy holiday in Sardinia.

About the accommodation

Out the door, downhill through the narrow, medieval old town streets and you are right in the center of Bosa. The colorful town on the river Temo, over which the castle of Malaspina has watched for centuries, is lively all year round. The beach of Bosa Marina is one of the largest and most beautiful resort destinations in this region and in the evenings you have a large choice of cozy trattorias and wine bars.


Living comfortably in Bosa, you will immediately feel at home here! The apartment extends over two floors. The entrance is on the ground floor and you reach the floors via an internal staircase. The living and dining room with air conditioning and TV is very spacious and bright and for breakfast in the dining room you can see the colorful old houses of the old town. The kitchen has everything you need: from the kettle to the microwave, everything is there. The sleeping area consists of a bedroom which can be reached via a steep stone staircase from the Middle Ages.


The medieval quarter of Sa Costa is a labyrinth of small alleys and stairs. Stroll past the picturesque houses in Bosa, climb to the castle of Malaspina, relax on the beach of Bosa Marina or take a mini river cruise on the Temo, Sardinia's only navigable river! The towns of Alghero and Oristano can be reached in less than an hour via the coastal road.

A perfect stay for those...

This small and renovated holiday apartment is perfect for 2 people for an authentic holiday in the cozy town of Bosa.

Furnishing of the holiday home:
• Living area: 39 m²
• Berths: 2

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Pool: No
Wi-Fi: No
Beach: 2 km.
Village: 0 m.


Casa della Portella di Bosa (2 pers.)


Bosa is located on the west coast of the island on the north bank of the Temo River; the only navigable river in Sardinia. The city was founded by the Phoenicians, but under the rule of the Spanish in the 14th century it became a royal city, part of the independent Kingdom of Arborea.
The village is built around the Malaspina Castle, dating back to 1112 A.C., on the Serravalle hill. We highly recommend visiting the picturesque and colourful Sas Conzas quarter and the medieval Sa Costa quarter and its labyrinth of narrow alleys and stairways. Bosa is filled with restaurants, bars and cafés.
The beach of Bosa Marina is ca. 3 kilometres from Bosa. Furthermore, in the area there are numerous bays only accessible by boat. The medieval town of Alghero is ca. 45 kilometres from Bosa.
Het historische plaatsje Bosa

Discover the province of Oristano in west Sardinia

In the west of Sardinia is the province of Oristano with the capital of the same name. This region is quite flat and has relatively little tourism, the reason for this special region is dominated by olive cultivation, fishing, agriculture and livestock farming! In this region you will find extensive vineyards with the typical Oristan Vernaccia grapes.The extensive tasting of this delicious wine is a must! Taste this wine here! Discover for example the small authentic town Bosa, but also one of the numerous archaeological remains dating back to before our era are certainly worth a visit. Also visit the Sinis peninsula, of which the entire coastal area is a protected area. Capo San Marco is the northern tip of the Gulf of Oristano and is a wonderful place for a small excursion by bike or hike. Take a refreshing dip from one of the beautiful beaches of San Giovanni di Sinis. At the lake of Santa Giusta you can see pink flamingos and other birds that live here in a paradise of their own! Around the fishing village of Cabras is produced the delicious bottarga (roe), which is used in many Sardinian dishes. In the town of Oristano, an equestrian tournament is still held every year during Carnival: "Sa Sartiglia", masked horsemen galloping on steeds at breath-taking speed aim their swords at a tin star.
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Casa della Portella di Bosa (2 pers.)
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