The ancient seaside hamlet overlooking the sea is the postcard view that most characterizes Termoli, the second most densely populated town in Molise after Campobasso. The medieval hamlet of Termoli rises on the top of a promontory that ends in a cliff overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Here, walking through the Borgo Vecchio, in Via Montecastello, it is possible to admire the Norman Swabian Castle, built entirely of limestone and sandstone. Continuing on foot towards Piazza Duomo there is the Cathedral of Termoli dedicated to Santa Maria della Purificazione. A place that is a great tourist attraction are the trebuchets, ancient constructions intended for fishing, which wind along the entire walls of the Ancient Hamlet up to the port. The traditional local gastronomy and the sandy beaches of Rio Vivo and Sant'Antonio make Termoli the ideal tourist destination for a relaxing holiday. Reaching Termoli by bus is easy via MarinoBus.
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Bus stops to Termoli
- Autostazione -Via Martiri della Resistenza