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Everything you need to know about Bosa , the beautiful town on the westcoast of Sardinia. - Discover the castle Malaspina, the storic centre of Bosa - Sa Costa - and much more! Celebbrate the traditional festivities or find your private sandy beach with our beach guide!
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BITAS - international fair for tourism in BOSA
12.03. - 17.03. 2013
Carnevale di Bosa
The famous carneval in all Sardinia, this year with some rain and cold but the same joy and fun as always!
It is time for myrtles!
If you take a walk in the countryside around Bosa you will find the bushes with blue berries. At first sight they seem to be a kind of the well known blueberries from northern Europe, but they taste totally different. If you try one, it will dry your mouth and leave and intense taste of myrtle. So we suggest to make the famous liqueur "Mirto" or marmelade from the berries. Harvesting time starts on December 6.
It is the time of the year for harvesting olives
Since the last days of September owners of olive groves have begun to unfold their nets under the olive trees. Now everyone is harvesting their olives and the olive-press is open day and night. Either you do it the traditional way and take a long cane to tap the branches and make the fruits fall or you simply comb the olives from the thinner branches. Modern technology also helps with large cultivation. There are many farmers who offer olive oil as payment for helping with the harvest. Extra virgin olive oil is rated category I. It contains lots of healthy monounsaturated fatty acids. One of the many olive sorts cultivated in Italy is named after Bosa, the famous "Bosana".
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