Boboshtica is an important tourist destination at the mountain foothills.It stands out for its beautiful surrounding nature, clean air and natural springs, diverse vegetation and centuries-old hardwood trees, oak and coniferous forests, and medicinal plants.The rich surrounding terrain provides the possibility for recreational and outdoor sports such as walking, jogging, cycling, hiking, skiing, and even parachute jumping.
Small stone houses with unique architecture, bridges, public wells, cobblestones streets and public squares offer tourists the ability to see firsthand the unique culture and history of the city.
Boboshtica is famous for two things:the ancient dialect of Albanian still spoken by residents, and the ancient mulberry trees that are still used to make the famous yellow-green mulberry raki.Many residents of Boboshtica still live in the old-style house, producing the handwoven carpets traditional to the region.
Boboshtica is renowned for its wealth of excellent restaurants and taverns that serve traditional food such as lakror, cheese crepes, and different meats.Rosicat Restaurant offers a rich menu with traditional foods and an inviting atmosphere, sure to leave an impression.
Visitors can see cultural monuments such as the museum, the 1000 year-old Monastery of St. Mary, and other old features. On a hill to the east of the village, one finds the Monastery of St. Nicholas, while to the northwest is the Church of St. John, originally built in the 12th century and rebuilt in the 15th. Finally, close to groves of mulberry trees, one finds the St. Dmitry Church, built in the 17th century.