Flussio

Flussio is a tiny village inhabited by around 440 people. The settlement, located roughly 15 minutes by car from Bosa, has been inhabited since the prehistoric times and still nowadays conserves traces of its millennial past. Among the most important monuments, there are the ancient nuraghes of Caddàris, Carcheras, Giannas or Murciu, two giant tombs called sos trainos and sa figu bianca, as well as a nuragic wall situated close to the beautiful church of San Bartolomeo from the 12th century.

Flussio is also well-known for the artisanal production of baskets called corbule. In April, during the harvest of asphodelus, a material used for basket’s production, the village celebrates the festival called Tirende isciareu. The festivity is a great opportunity to discover more about the asphodelus harvesting and traditional basket weaving. Those who will not have the possibility to participate in Tirende isciareu should not miss the museum of asphodelus called MUDAS (Museo Diffuso dell’Asfodelo). Moreover, the village is well-known for the production of Malvasia wine and belongs to the local wine producers network called “Strada della Malvasia di Bosa”.