Things to see in Molise
Latest update: 20 February 2022
Covering just over 4,000 square kilometres Molise is the second smallest in Italy (larger only than Valle D'Aosta) but offers a surprising amount of diverse sights to its visitors.
Much of the terrain of Molise is hills or mountains and this provides some stunning scenery of rolling hills dotted by villages bursting with character.
There's also a stretch of coastline on the Adriatic to satisfy beach-goers, ski resorts in the Apennine Mountains and plenty more besides.
Some of the best scenery can be found in the hill towns and villages such as Bagnoli del Trigno, Cerro al Volturno or Colletorto. Also keep an eye out for Civitacampomarano with its town centre buildings covered in artistic murals. The best seaside town is Termoli with its large sandy beach as well as a ferry service across to the beautiful Tremiti Islands. It's also possible to ski in Molise with resorts such as Campitello Matese and Capracotta providing good facilities.