Boboshtica is an important tourist destination of Korça, with a hilly and mountainous location. It is distinguished for a wonderful nature with clean air and clean waters, diverse vegetation of shrubs, centuries-old fruit trees, oak and coniferous trees, as well as many medicinal plants. The rich terrain provides the opportunity for a range of recreational and sports activities such as hiking, jogging, cycling, mountaineering, skiing, parachuting, etc.
Small stone houses with unique architecture, churches, bridges, taps, cobbled streets, squares provide excellent opportunities for cultural and historical tourism.
Tradition and tradition
Two are the elements that make this village special to others. The language still spoken by old inhabitants and old manatas, from which is also produced the famous mulberry rakia yellow in green. In Boboshticë there are still old houses where rugs are woven in traditional way with loom.
Boboshtica’s biggest feasts are the feast of St. Mary on August 15 and “Rosicat”, a traditional holiday with massive participation of bobo-dressed women dressed in traditional costumes.
Boboshtica is also rich with many taverns serving traditional dishes such as sauerkraut, wafers, petanque, various types of meat, etc.
Visitors can visit cultural monuments such as the museum, 1000-year-old churches, St. Mary’s Monastery, etc. At the outskirts of the village on a hill, the eastern side is not so high the Saint Collie’s monastery. In the northwest direction, there is the old church of St. John, built in the 12th century and rebuilt in the 15th century. Even closer to the berries is the church of St. Demetrius, which belongs to the XVII century.