From the Latin "Buxolascum" meaning "place of boxwood forests," the town stands on a high hill above the Belbo valley at 747 meters above sea level.
Name of inhabitants: bossolaschesi
Patron saint: St. John the Baptist
Public holiday: June 24
Il paese delle rose
Thanks to its charming historic center Bossolasco, in Alta Langa, is known as the "Rose Village" and even nicknamed the "Portofino of the Langhe." Along the central street , fragrant roses of all varieties grow by the roadside, adorning the charming village.
itinerario Discover the 'paese delle rose'
- St. John the Baptist Parish
- Artist's signs
- The Angel of the High Langa
- Park of the Roses