"...when we meet the first lean, solitary olive trees, hovering on the cliffs, with the stunted branches, tormented by the storm, then we will be in the Contado di Molise." This is how Francesco Jovine wrote about the Molise region, a varied and diversified land, small and complete. The province of Campobasso is the most populous in the region. This land has a very particular morphology: it is crossed by the Apennine ridge, origin of numerous rivers that, crossing hills and plains, flow into the Adriatic Sea. The small villages, villages and towns are sometimes clinging to a rock, sometimes lying on the hills. Let me tell you about the most evocative places in this province:
- The city of Campobasso is located at 701 meters above sea level and its magnificent old town is a work of art that incorporates various architectural styles, from the medieval to the Neoclassical style. Campobasso, in fact, is like "divided into two": the ancient part and the modern part. Of great visual impact is the Monforte Castle, located on the hillside of the medieval area, which allows you to enjoy a breathtaking panorama (climbing on its terrace). Campobasso is also a very active city culturally, given the presence of numerous museums that recall its origins and its artistic and social changes. But let's not forget the goodness of the food and wine products that this land offers: you can in fact enjoy an excellent red wine maybe eating macaroni with breadcrumbs! Genuineness and discovery. These are the key words. From the real estate point of view, buying a property in Campobasso is possible and the offers are especially focused on the sale of villas whose negotiation is still reserved although the starting price is € 100,000. The offers also include cottages for a price ranging from 100,000€ up to more than 300,000€.
- Termoli is a small village whose historic center stands like a small promontory towards the sea. The town is known as the "Italian Greenwich" because in Termoli the 42nd parallel North and the 15th meridian East of the time zone of Rome, Paris and Berlin intersect. The two imaginary lines intersect on the beach of Rio Vivo, ideal for sports lovers, as you can practice different activities such as beach volleyball, football, tennis and sailing. A very interesting peculiarity is that Termoli has the narrowest alley in Italy! "A Rejecelle", a narrow street just 41 cm wide at its widest point, is located in the heart of Termoli and has become a strong tourist attraction. Finding a property in Termoli is possible, in fact in this pretty village is for sale an old farm with 3 floors, with attic and tavernetta, surrounded by 2 hectares of olive grove, 5 hectares of farmland and more than 200 plants! A newly built villa, equipped with every imaginable comfort (including heated floor and central vacuum cleaner) is on sale for 255,000 €! A four-room apartment with sea view is available at the price of 159.000€.
- Campomarino, which is a unique urban fabric with Termoli, is a town on the Adriatic coast, agricultural and tourism, where there are many wineries and olive groves. In Campomarino you can cross a long tree-lined avenue that leads from the center of the village to the Roman ruins of Cliternia Frentana, an ancient city of Roman origin, which was destroyed by the Goths whose remains can now be admired. Campomarino is also crossed by the river Biferno where you can practice hiking! There are many rental solutions in Campomarino. A completely renovated studio apartment located in an old building in the heart of the historic center is for sale at 124,000 euros.
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