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The region of Molise in south-central Italy (above the ‘ankle’ of Italy’s boot) is a beautiful and mountainous area of the country, offering a holiday filled with natural beauties, quaint towns, gorgeous beaches, spectacular castles and mouth-watering, authentic Italian cuisine. As one of Italy’s best kept secrets, Molise should not be forgotten as a dream destination, sitting between Abruzzo and Puglia on the country’s east coast.

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The region of Molise in south-central Italy (above the ‘ankle’ of Italy’s boot) is a beautiful and mountainous area of the country, offering a holiday filled with natural beauties, quaint towns, gorgeous beaches, spectacular castles and mouth-watering, authentic Italian cuisine. As one of Italy’s best kept secrets, Molise should not be forgotten as a dream destination, sitting between Abruzzo and Puglia on the country’s east coast.

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The largely undiscovered and sparsely populated region is perfect for those looking for a quiet break away from the tourist crowds – home to just 315,000 residents! Beach-lovers are sure to embrace the tranquillity and privacy found on Molise’s 35 kilometre stretch of the southern Adriatic Coast.

Molise is also a walker and hiker’s paradise, with around 55 percent of the region actually covered in rugged and imposing mountains. The region is also a fantastic skiing destination, particularly in the popular Campitello Matese ski resort, the largest in Molise.

The National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, in the heart of the central Apennines, is a great attraction here, spreading across the three regions (although mainly in Abruzzo). The park is home to an array of natural beauties, from flowing rivers to rolling hills, as well as around 25 diverse towns.

Molise, the youngest region in Italy, is split into two distinct provinces; Isernia and Campobasso, the regional capital. The capital city of the same name is a beautiful area of the country to explore, steeped in history and surrounded by the Sannio and Matese mountains. A plethora of beautiful, historic buildings can be found here, including the landmark Monforte Castle, sitting on a high rocky spur surrounding the town.

The Campobasso province is also home to the city of Termoli on the Adriatic Coast, one of the most popular areas of the region due to its long, sandy beaches (with great water sports offerings) and pretty old town. The Isernia province is also known for its array of beautiful landscapes and protected areas, including parts of the National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, as well as the Natural Reserve of Pesche.

Molise typically enjoys a warm and temperature climate with warm summers and cold winters – the hottest months of July and August reach around 28*C.

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