Bosia is a small, stone village built on a narrow, steep ridge of the Upper Langhe that overlooks the Belbo Valley. The name Bosia, some say, comes from the term Bozeda, while others claim it is from Boxa, in reference to the boxwood forests that thrive in this area. The town’s founding is very ancient, reaching back beyond the Romans to the time of the Celtics. Bosia is famous for the game of Balon, the cultivations of IGP hazelnuts and making excellent sheep’s cheese.
Town Hall: Piazza Don L. Berrone, 1
Tel. ++39 0173 854125
• The Church of San Nazario
• The Chapel of San Maurizio
• The traditional Langa houses made of stone