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Compact and well preserved. Great views over the surrounding town and countryside. The climb isn't too bad although the last stretch of steps might be a struggle for some. Well worth the effort though.
This is a magical, Robin Hood-ish, place and the views you get are amazing. Our 3 y o loved ringning around there. But the old fortress is in need of some love and care. It feels almost abandoned, I am sad to say. Still worth...More
We parked near the river and walked up to the castle. The main feature of the castle is it’s views and the frescos in the small church. Entry fee to the castle was 4 euro and the northern tower is closed at the moment.
Malaspina castle, towering over Bosa town, dates back to 12th century. It was built by the Malaspina family. The castle is now mainly walls and towers, but there's also a very interesting small church on the grounds. It houses 14th-century frescos depicting saints including St...More
The views are fantastic, but the best bit for me was the little church with very important and unusual mediaeval frescoes including one showing the stages of decomposition of the corpse of Saint Makarios. The entrance fee is worth it for that alone!
The view is probably the best reason to climb up here, but the fresques in the church are also very good (no photo allowed). To get the whole valley, with the river arriving in the sea, and the colorful Boss just underneath, you need to...More
The castle is mostly ruins with a walk to the top which is what makes it worthwhile so be prepared to walk. Once you reach the top the view of Bosa is incredibly picturesque.
It was a very hot day when we visited so good...More
After a few days sitting on the beach I pulled on the hiking boots and walked from Bosa Marina to Bosa following the road on the far side of the river. Crossing the bridge into Bosa and then through the narrow streets of the old...More