The countryside around Bosa is a pretty crisscross of vineyards and rivers. To explore it, contact Marcello at Anfibia, who can arrange...
Chiesa del Carmine
At the northern end of the old town, the Chiesa del Carmine, located on the square of the same name, is from the same period as the...
Museo Casa Deriu
Each of the three floors in this museum has a different theme that relates to the city and its past: the 1st floor features a display on...
A good people-watching spot, Caffè Chelo is an original Liberty-style cafe with street-side tables overlooking Piazza Costituzione.
Stop here for a panino in the shade.
Lonely Planet review
While in Bosa you'll undoubtedly try the local sweet dessert wine, Malvasia. If you want to take a bottle home you'll find a good selection at Su Nuraghe. It also stocks torrone (nougat), Sardinian sweets, olive oils, cheeses and salami.