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Must-See Destinations In Molise

Have you ever heard of Molise? Nicknamed by some as "Il Selvaggio West" and by others jokingly "the region that does not exist", Molise is the least known Italian region, even to the Italians.
VesuvioTour wants to introduce you to this region rich in ancient traditions and breathtaking landscapes, medieval villages and castles, nature reserves and archaeological areas. Just to name a few reasons to make a unique journey, and unforgettable experience. This territory of wolves, wild boars and ghost towns, once looted by pirates and brigands, today offers the traveler a truly impressive touristic experience. Let’s start exploring its wonders and its hidden treasures. Discover the area, its reserves and natural oases…

I decide to travel in Molise and include this region in my network, after I have meet Michele, a guy from Termoli, at the Italia al Dente in Amsterdam. He told me about his land, while tasting wine and caciocavallo, with such passion and genuine intention that I said to myself: I must visit Molise!
Molise is a little region mostly undiscovered from the mass tourism, people are genuine, and the traditions are intact, as you can find in the large quantity of excellent typical food available, such as truffles, both black and white, cheese, "Capocollo" and pure Extra Vergine Oil of Olive.

The shape of the territory is rectangular, in the average composed by mountains and hills that nearly arrive to the coast. This landscape remind the most known Tuscan panorama. From Termoli, on the Adriatic sea, is a must to spend one day visiting the Isole Tremiti, a wonderful Archipelago. Many activities can be made: truffels serch, visit at the forest MAB (Man and Biosphere), visit at the Marinelli’s bell’s fabbric, and enjoy the typical food from the Agriturismo. From Termoli to Agnone, passing from the terrace of Sant'Angelo Limosano, I hope you will enjoy this Tour has I did this summer among the wonderful undiscovered hills of Molise!

Tips: The bell factory Marinelli, in Agnone, is the second oldest family business of the world (the oldest is in Japan): they produce bells since 1000 years!