Lying at the bottom of a valleyand close to the clear waters of a breathtaking sea, the town of Bosa is a delightful old fashioned town in a natural paradise. Overlooked by the Malaspina’s Castle, surrounded by the tall buildings of the old town that smoothly drops down to the banks of the Temo River,where the slight movement of the palms makes the landscape come to life. Bosa is a peerless place in Sardinia,a beautiful town where the time seems to slow down. A perfect spot for a romantic gateway or a relaxing break,where the charm of the ancient atmosphere is still intact and enriched by the traditional hospitality and kindness of its people. Bosa offers a very evocative landscape to its Visitors. Located on the west coast of the island,it is reached by driving along nice panoramic roads: 52 km from Alghero’s airport, 70 from Porto Torres Port,152 km from Olbia’s airport and 173 km from Cagliari’s airport (Elmas).
“Corte Fiorita” is in the very heart of the old town looking at the Temo River. A beautiful, enchanting hotelconsisting of several historical buildings close to each other, all of them carefully restored and equipped with every comfort. Our guests are alwaysreceived in a unique and friendly way and will receive all the information to get the best from their stay in Bosa.
The hotel consists of several buildings restored with the philosophy of “comfort without changing the historical features of the old times”. The venues are spread in the heart of the medieval town of Bosa and include part of the old tanneries,which have been declared monument of industrial archeology. As the rooms are not all in the same building, the hotel staff uses a comfortable golf car to help customers with their luggage. Le Palme – the characteristic boulevard with the tall palm trees– leads the tourists to the reception of Corte Fiorita. Corte Fiorita: An18th century’s building in the middle of the long row of houses overlooking the river. This building hosts 7 rooms and 3 suites. Suites include bedroom, bathroom and living room with a comfortable double sofa bed; plus, all suites are equipped with a hiding kitchen corner available on request.Most of the rooms in this building have a panoramic view on the river.
At “Corte Fiorita”our guests will find:Standard Rooms (double and triple),Junior Suite (sleeping 1 to 3 People), Suite (sleeping 1 to 4 people). All rooms are en suite and equipped with A/C, fridge, safety lock and TV. Some Suites have 2 separate bedrooms and some others have a balcony with a nice view of the town. For sure, every room has its own identity and charm. Le Conce:It is situated in front of the main building (Le Palme) but on the opposite side of the river, enclosed in the block of the old tanneries. It has 4 junior suites and from two of them, looking at the river, guests can enjoy an outstanding view of the historical center, from the river all the way up to Malaspina’s Castle.
La Vite e L’Oleandro: Leaving back the river and the colorful boats of Bosa’s Fishermen, walking through the typical roads made of stones and basalt, guests will cross the heart of the historical center.
Here, just a few minutes away from the reception of Corte Fiorita and right in the back of main street Corso Vittorio Emanuele,guests will find the buildings “La Vite” and “L’Oleandro”. Both of them surrounded by bright and tall tower houses, ancient and evocative paths made of archways, decorated redstone portals, old ladies weaving “Filet” and voices of the villagers. Both have 11 more rooms, 3 of them with beautiful panoramic terraces: La Vite (equipped with elevator), hosting 6 rooms on 3 floors, andl’Oleandro, hosting 5rooms on 4 floors.
L’Oleandro has the elevator only to the 3rd floor. 2 of the rooms with terrace are also equipped with a kitchen corner. I Gerani: keep walking uphill in the historical center and you get to I Geranibuilding, with its warm ancient red color and rich wrought iron balconies. This 4 stories (?)building hosts 1 room and 3 suites, one of them with a terrace from where you can enjoy the landscape from a privileged point of view: the valley, the town and the sinuosity of the river, from the ancient Romanic Church of “San Pietro Extramuros”to the “Aragonese Tower”, still watching on Bosa Marina’s Bay and the mouth of the river.