LIVING THE SEA
The Malvasia vines take us to discover the area around Bosa. Here, the visitor is also met with a spectacular coastline of 40 kilometres with beaches washed by the crystalline sea, basalt uplands falling vertical to the sea and enchanting coves, many completely sheltered from the Mistral.
Bosa Marina beach, dominated by the Aragonese Tower, on Rossa Island and connected to the mainland is a must visit. The beach of soft, golden sand extends for about one kilometre and has blue and emerald green water, making it one of the best Italian beaches every year and regularly receiving ‘5 sails’ from Legambiente.
S’Abba Druche beach, meaning ‘fresh water’ in Sardinian, is one of the best-known beaches in Bosa, and consists of three beautiful coves separated by rocks and surrounded by Mediterranean scrub.
The beaches at Torre Argentina are a series of coves, each just a few hundred metres wide. The lack of large beaches is compensated by the flat rocks giving the landscape an almost lunar appearance with shallow, transparent water and a cobalt blue sea.
A walk of about 10 minutes through wild, uncontaminated nature leads to the incredible beauty of Compoltittu beach. The effort of the walk is repaid by the splendid view of the cove making it a unique pearl of green sea and very fine sand framed by Mediterranean scrub.