Il Porticciolo (harbor marina) of Bosa Marina is located at Isola Rossa (Bosa) on Sardinia’s western coast, between Alghero and Oristano.

It is one of Sardinia’s most untouched and suggestive landscape, with miles of coves and beaches, crystalline water and point of extraordinary natural interest.

The harbor marina

The harbor marina is an ideal base for yachting. From May till October you can alternate nautical activities with excursions. The harbor Marina is located at 2 km from the town of Bosa, with the Malaspina Castle dominating from above and the Temo river (the only navigable river in Sardinia) running through the valley.

The marina provides 120 pontoon berths, the maximum boat size is 9.80 m/29.5 ft (draft) and 50 m/164 ft (length). Shower facilities, phone, wi-fi, bar and many other services are available.

A natural inlet protects the Marina and allows an easy mooring.

  • Latitude: 40° 17′ 13.07″ Nord
  • Longitude: 8° 28′ 32.37″ Est


Open from May till October, the harbor marina of Bosa Marina offers:

  • 140 pontoon berths for boats with a maximum length of 50 m/164 ft
  • radio communication, VHF channel 72
  • protected storage and repairs
  • new and used boat brokerage
  • maximum draft of 9.80 m/29.5 ft (view chart)
  • scuba diving station and sale of nautical gears, nautical accessories, boat paints.

It also offers hard standing storage during the winter. Here below you find all our services.


We also offer apartments to rent at 700 m from the harbor and 50 m from the beaches (view map).

The apartments are of a wide range of dimension and they are all independent, furnished and equipped with AC. For further information, contact us.

Apartments for rent
Via Grazia Deledda, 43
Bosa Marina (OR)

Bosa and its surroundings


Set on the right bank of river Temo, Bosa is an ancient town of the Planargia. Its core was founded in 1112 by the noble Malaspina family. Its modern parts expand down the Serravalle hill and reach the sea.

The ancient Bosa was a municipium with its own magistrates, as attested by tombs, inscriptions and ancient remains found in the Church of San Antonio Extramuros. Tolemeo has written in the «Itineraria» that it had been founded by Carthaginians, but in the Planargia there are nuraghe and prehistoric tombs as well.

Under the Romans, the town flourished and became prosperous port, trading with Turris Libyssonis (Porto Torres) to the North and with Harros and Còrnus to the South. During the middle-age it was with Oristano one of the major landing places. At that time the Serravalle castle was built, one of the best kept in the whole island. In 1308 it was given to the Judges of Arborea. Its name is Serravalle because it closed from the sea the access to the valley. The town and the Planargia area were given in fief by the king of Aragona to Giovanni Villamarina.

Amongst the monuments of the town you can find the Church of Saint Anthony (15th century) in aragonese-gothic style, the church of the Rosary, with its protruding clock, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, with picturesque domes and the great bell tower, built in the 12th century and rebuilt in 1806 by the architect Salvatore Are. On the hill, within the Serravalle Castle is located the Church of Sos Regnos Altos, built in the 15th century. Leonardo Agnol, defeated at Macomer, sought refuge here. Outside the town you can find the coast and the beaches, but also the Torre Argentina and the church of S.Pietro Extramuros, built near the Temo river in 1073.

Its surroundings

Bosa’s surroundings are rich with relics of the nuragic civilization. You can also find the nuraghes near Macomer, the Nuraghe Losa near Abbasanta or the nuraghe of Torralba lungo la strada per Sassari.on the way to Sassari. It is of great interest the Phoenician archeological area of Tharros a Cabras, near Oristano.

At 50 km from Bosa Marina, leaving the street to Oristano, you can find the golf course Is Arenas, one of the most beautiful course in Mediterranean sea.

We will be pleased to bring you there or rent a car to you.

Contact us

il Porticciolo di Bosa Marina di Renato Pirisi