Molise Italy travel guide

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The region Molise is located between central and southern Italy on the Adriatic coast. The region has a surface area of 4438 km² and approximately 340000 inhabitants. The Molise consists of two provinces, the capital Campobasso and the province Isernia.

Agnone at Molise



Geographically, the region Molise is seen as a mountain landscape between the Apennines and the Adriatic coast. Numerous canyons, mountains and forests are characteristic for the Molise, which borders in the north to Abruzzo, in the west to Lazio and in the south to Campania and Apulia (Puglia).




In the region Molise are plenty beautiful countrysides in nature, for this reason designated the UNESCO World Heritage the Molise as a biosphere of Italy. The nature here is largely intact and is considered one of the cleanest in Europe. There are also several ancient castles which are particularly well preserved.




Provinces in the region of Molise
Campobasso Isernia
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