Most beautiful places to visit in Molise
Molise covers an area of 4,483 square kilometres and is the smallest of central Italian regions. The region is rich in natural beauty – offers both mountain and the sea at the same time.
The specificities include extremely rare archaeological and artistic monuments such as the wonderful Saepinum, pilgrimage church in Pietrabbondante, romantic churches of Santa Maria della Strada, Santa Maria del Canneto, but also medieval fortresses and castles.
Nature here is really unspoiled offering clean air. Waters of Adriatic sea, green hills and high mountains with snow-capped peaks ensure plenty of sport activities. Winter does not disappoint either lovers of snow and ski, as well as hiking or horseback riding is soak up activities in this region.
Saepinum, Molise, Italy by Adam91
Molise is a tiny area located in central Italy. By the year 1963, was along with Abruzzo a part of the Abruzzi region. Today these are two separate, sparsely populated, peaceful regions with wild nature. In the middle of the Bronze Age was occupied by different Apennine tribes and later conquered by the Romans.
Inland, dominated by Gran Sasso mountain range, is one of the last corners of wildlife in Italy. Along the Adriatic coast stretch numerous small to large summer resorts offering beautiful beaches and clear sea.
The capital and largest centre of Molise is Campobasso. Campobasso is the seat of the Earls of Molise, where you can visit interesting castle Castello Monforte, built in the 1549. Molise is a region full of natural beauty and historical sites that will bring you lots of wonderful experiences in all seasons.
Top places to visit in Molise region