Molise is an intertwining of nature with man

Molise, a small region, an intertwining of nature with man. Designed by the rivers the Trigno, the Biferno and the Fortore that marked the 'Tratturi', the paths of the shepherds who brought the transhumance of millions of sheep from the Apennines to the sea.

And then the sea, the Adriatic with its always somewhat magical breezes that envelop the landscape, spaces, things, soliciting joyful thoughts like the olive trees of Molise, trees full of sanctity as D'Annunzio said, but with those leaves which in the sun are the very image of light, of infinity.

It is also the place of silence of the small inhabited centers and the countryside, the cultivated fields and the villages like embroidery on the warp of a pillow. A rare perfection between the climate, nature, the sea.

The Medieval Village of Termoli

An offshoot of the sea, a symbolic city of a border area and a lookout bulwark with its Swabian Castle.
The medieval village of Termoli, with panoramic views as far as the eye can see of the sea, where the past has remained absolutely alive in its stillness. In the Old Town of the city, also known as the 'vicchie town', there is the medieval cultural heritage: the Romanesque-style Cathedral.

Termoli is an open, welcoming city, even a little Neapolitan-Apulian due to certain characteristics of irony and severity, of good nature and firmness that are breathed in the alleys, in the streets of the center where delicious ice creams and artisanal biscuits, tasty takeaway pizzas and , for the refined palates of gourmets, the typical Termolese fish soup.