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Camping Barco Reale

Just forty minutes from Florence and an hour from Pisa, this site is beautifully situated high in the Tuscan hills close to the fascinating town...

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Camping & Village Rais Gerbi

Rais Gerbi provides very good quality camping, with excellent facilities, on the beautiful Tyrrhenian coast, not far from Cefalu. This attractive terraced campsite is shaded...

Sportcamping Rio Vantone

Lake Idro, one of the smaller of the northern Italian lakes, is tucked away in the mountains to the west of Lake Garda. Rio Vantone...

Camping Village Cavallino

This large, well-ordered site is part of the Baia Holiday Group. It lies beside the sea with direct access to a superb beach of fine...

Camping Torre Rinalda

The large Camping Torre Rinalda is situated directly on the outskirts of the town by the same name. On site (measuring 15.5 ha) there are...

Fornella Camping

Fornella Camping is one of the few campsites on Lake Garda still surrounded by farmed olive trees and retaining a true country atmosphere. Parts of...

Camping Vidor - Family & Wellness Resort

Camping Vidor - Family & Wellness Resort is a very smart, family-run site is in a beautiful mountainous setting and has the most fabulous infrastructure...

Villaggio Turistico Europa

This large, flat, high-quality site is beside the sea and has 500 pitches, with about 400 for touring units. They are all neat, clean and...

Camping Village Il Poggetto

This superb site has a lot to offer. It benefits from a wonderful panorama of the Colli Fiorentini hills with acres of the Zecchi family...

Camping Village Spinnaker

Spinnaker Village is a smart, purpose-built, modern beach site set on the undulating foreshore under tall pines, with a superb beach frontage to the camping...

Camping Pian dei Boschi

Camping Pian dei Boschi can be found on the Ligurian Riviera, 700 m. from the sea, close to the resort of Pietra Ligure. There are...

Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten

Nestled in the River Avisio valley at an altitude of 1,450 yards in Pozza di Fassa, The family-run Camping Catinaccio Rosengarten offers 158 touring pitches...

Camping Due Laghi

Due Laghi has a modern entrance and reception with very helpful and welcoming staff. This attractive site with flowers and trees is close to the...

Camping Riva Nuova

Situated at the south end of the small town of Martinsicuro on the Adriatic coast, this excellent site offers a first-class camping experience with a...

Camping Hotel Città di Bologna

This spacious city site was established in 1993 on the edge of the Trade Fair Centre of this ancient and historic city and is very...

Camping Fontanelle

Camping Fontanelle, a new member of the HG Hotels group, is situated near the historic village of Moniga and enjoys excellent views across the lake...

Montescudaio Village

This well developed site, south of Livorno, is fashioned out of a very extensive area of natural undulating woodland (with low trees) famous for wild...

Camping Capo d’Orso

Capo d’Orso is a large, attractive, terraced site with views of the Maddalena Archipelago. Set into a hillside that slopes down to the sea, the...

Camping Nuraghe Ruiu

This small, tranquil site is inland, in a cool area of olive groves and the vineyards that produce Vernacchia wines. There are 46 grassy touring...


Southern Italy forms the lower boot of the Italian peninsula, containing the ankle (Abruzzo and Molise and southern Lazio), the toe (Calabria), and the heel (Apulia). On the eastern coast is the Adriatic Sea, leading into the rest of the Mediterranean through the Strait of Otranto. On the Adriatic, south of the spur of the boot, the peninsula of Monte Gargano, the Gulf of Salerno, the Gulf of Naples, and the Gulf of Gaeta are each named after a large coastal city.

Molise is a small region in southern Italy, bordered by Abruzzo to the north, Apulia to the east, Lazio to the west, and Campania to the south. It has a short stretch of coastline on the Adriatic Sea, and the rest of its territory is mountainous. Molise is the second smallest region in Italy, after the Aosta Valley, but it is packed with natural beauty, historical sites, and cultural attractions. In Molise, the city of Isernia is where traces of a million-year-old village were unearthed in 1979, the most ancient signs of human life ever found in Europe. And the quiet resort and fishing port of Térmoli, from where Italian and Central European time is set, is a good place to relax.

The region consists of the following Provinces: Campobasso and Isernia


Places of interest


Larino: Medieval town centre, cathedral, amphitheatre.

Ancient Samnite city of Pietrabbondante: This well-preserved site features a theatre, temple, and other ruins dating back to the 4th century BC.

Termoli: Molise's only coastal town. Termoli has a charming historic centre and a beautiful beach

Campobasso: The capital of Molise, Campobasso is a charming city with a rich history. It is home to the Monforte Castle, a Romanesque church dedicated to San Bartolomeo, and the Museum of the Nativity Scene.

Isernia: The second largest city in Molise, Isernia is known for its well-preserved Samnite ruins, including a theatre, amphitheatre, and temples.

Agnone: This picturesque town is known for its centuries-old tradition of bell-making. Visitors can tour the Papacalda Foundry, one of the oldest bell foundries in Italy.

Campitello Matese: This mountain resort town is a popular destination for skiing and other winter sports. It is also a great base for hiking and biking in the Matese Mountains.

Santuario dell'Addolorata di Castelpetroso: This Marian shrine is one of the most important religious sites in Molise. It is known for its beautiful architecture and its miraculous statue of the Virgin Mary.

Abbazia di San Vincenzo al Volturno: This Benedictine abbey is one of the most important religious and cultural sites in Molise. It was founded in the 6th century and features a well-preserved basilica, monastery, and other buildings.


Cuisine of the region

The cuisine of Molise is rustic and hearty, reflecting the region's agricultural roots. 

Fusilli alla molisana: This pasta dish is made with fusilli pasta, a tomato sauce, and lamb or sausage.

Cavatelli con broccoli e peperone: This pasta dish is made with cavatelli pasta, broccoli, and red pepper.

Pampanella: This street food dish is made with marinated pork that is cooked in the oven and served in a bun.

Brodetto alla termolese: This fish stew is made with a variety of fish and seafood, including squid, monkfish, shrimp, clams, and mussels.

Caciocavallo di Agnone: This semi-hard cheese is made from cow's milk and is aged for at least 60 days.

Signora di Conca Casale: This sausage is made from pork loin, thigh, shoulder, and belly. It is seasoned with garlic, fennel seeds, and black pepper.