About S’Abba Druche
Drive 5 kilometers in a north-west direction from the center of Bosa, and you’ll find the beach named S’Abba Druche (La Spiaggia S’Abba Druche di Bosa, also known as S’Abba Drukke). This beach has a length of nearly 200 meters and faces west, overlooking the clear and transparent sea.
It’s a nice secluded spot, and suitable for children to paddle or swim. The water is so transparent that you can see the fish swimming around, and there are some big rocks waiting to be explored. Near the beach, there is a small forest with a restaurant. You can park your car or camper in the shade, and there is free WiFi, a bar, pizzeria, and a few showers with toilets.
Near S’Abba Druche, there are 3 beaches to choose from! It’s a delightful beach for an afternoon swim or snorkel in crystal clear water, perhaps followed by a refreshing drink. It’s a suitable place for familes to spend the day. S’Abba Druche can get crowded in the month of July and August.
How To Get To S’Abba Druche
From the center of Bosa, S'Abba Druche beach can be reached by heading north on via Strada Provinciale 49 in the direction of Alghero. It's a short drive that shouldn't take you more than 10 minutes.
Sardinian Beaches Near S’Abba Druche
Drive south from Bosa Marina for about 1.5 kilometers and you’ll discover the beach of Turas (La Spiaggia di Turas). The beach has a length of nearly 400 meters, and faces west, offering nice views of Bosa Marina and its ancient tower – La Torre di Bosa – to the north.
Learn more about Turas, how to get there, and where to stay.
The beach of Bosa Marina (Spiaggia di Bosa Marina) is located in front of the village of Bosa, in the province of Oristano, west Sardinia. It’s quite a wide beach (up to 130 meters!) with a total length of nearly 900 meters.
Learn more about Bosa Marina, how to get there, and where to stay.
Drive north-west towards Alghero for approximately 7 kilometers from the center of Bosa, and you’ll discover a pretty and tiny cove named Cumpoltittu (La Spiaggia di Cumpoltittu). Perfectly sheltered from the Mistral winds, this secluded cove is just 60 meters long, and faces south, offering beautiful views of the Bosa coast.
Learn more about Cumpoltittu, how to get there, and where to stay.
From Bosa, head north-west in the direction of Alghero for about 10 kilometers, and you’ll discover a pretty cove named Cala Managu (Spiaggia di Cala Managu). It’s a secluded rocky cove with a length of about 180 meters.
Learn more about Cala Managu, how to get there, and where to stay.
From the center of Bosa, head north-west in the direction of Alghero for about 10 kilometers, and you’ll discover a beach that goes under the name of Torre Argentina (Spiaggia di Torre Argentina). This beach consists of a series of bays of a few hundred meters each. They all offer views of a small rocky island situated just 50 meters off the coast.
Learn more about Torre Argentina, how to get there, and where to stay.