Charming holiday home in the medieval town of Bosa, on the west coast of Sardinia home swap
The house, which is full of character and original features, lies at the heart of the medieval quarter of Bosa and is well-placed for all the sights and activities and only a minute from the shops and restaurants. It offers flexible self-catering accommodation, sleeping from 2-6 (via two main bedrooms) over four floors with full modern facilities and two bathrooms - one ensuite.
We bought our home 'Dommu Asuletta' in Bosa, Sardinia about four years ago and have since put a lot of time and effort into renovating it. It is our Italian home-from-home and we love to spend time there regularly: there is so much to discover on this beautiful island.
Situated on the Temo river and just 2km from the sea, Bosa is the hidden jewel of Sardinia. Steeped in history and culture, it is off the tourist track yet has so much to offer. From the beautiful unspoiled beaches (Bosa Marina is consistently voted one of Italy's cleanest beaches) to the cultural sights, fine dining and relaxed night life – there is plenty to enjoy whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, a family holiday or a place to enjoy with friends.
See holidaylettings.co.uk/rentals/bosa/167609 AND holidaysardinia.com for more info.
About the location
Bosa is a colourful and interesting seaside town on the west coast of Sardinia in Italy. It has a population of just over eight and a half thousand and is built around a medieval castle, ‘Castello Malaspina’. It is just 2km from Bosa Marina and pristine beaches that are consistently voted the cleanest in Italy.
Here are a few suggestions to wet your appetite:
1. Visit Bosa Marina’s award-winning beach.
2. Visit the castle 'Castello Malaspina' and Bosa cathedral.
3. See ancient Alghero and its nearby beaches.
4. Visit the spectacular hidden caves of Neptune’s Grotto in Capocaccia
5. Visit carnival 'Sa Sartiglia' in nearby Oristano.
6. Take an excursion on the 'Little Green Train', Bosa Marina.
7. Explore Centro Storico – the Old Town of Bosa.
8. Stock up on Sardinian specialities on market day (Tuesday).
9. Enjoy a variety of water sports at the many nearby beaches.
10. Relax and watch the world go by as you enjoy an Italian ice cream at one of the many gelaterias.
Sardinia is such a beautiful island to explore. It enjoys almost year-round sunshine. It has some of the world’s most beautiful, unspoiled beaches but also boasts interesting towns, landscapes and culture to explore if you get tired of soaking up the sun's rays.
The island measures just 165 km from tip to tip and is easy to explore along mostly easy and quiet roads. It is the second largest of the Mediterranean islands in Italy and is well connected to the rest of Europe.
Type of home swap
- Home Exchange
- Non Simultaneous Exchange
- Open to Offers
Conditions of home exchange
- No pets allowed
- Children welcome