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Holiday accommodation in Molise

Holidays are best time of the year and we think that choosing one of our range of holiday lettings in Italy make them even better. You can plan your holiday, including your daily itinerary, exactly as you want to. Italy is of course one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, but the Molise region is not as well known as Tuscany or the Veneto. Why not discover this special part of Italy when you choose your self-catering accommodation in Molise with NOVASOL?

Molise - useful information for your holidays

If you want to spend your holidays in Molise, you can look forward to a special holiday, far away from crowded beaches, not yet a destination of mass tourism, a stay in Molise promises a quality and authentic experience of the
Italian culture. Here expectation and offer harmonize for a perfect holiday. The region stretches across the Apennines to the Adriatic Sea, covering an area of approximately 45,000 km² and has a population of approximately 310,000.

Getting to your holiday accommodation in Molise

The best way to reach the Molise area and your holiday lettings in Italy is by car on the A14, coming from the north. If you are already in Italy, there are other routes you can take. The area is also well connected to other regions by train. The capital Campobasso has no airport. For arrivals by plane, the airports of Rome, Naples or Pescara are good options.

Book your NOVASOL holiday lettings in Italy and accommodation in Molise online today

Molise is a great choice of holiday destination for both couples and families with children. A holiday home or apartment in Molise offers a lot of privacy and flexibility for every member of your party. Whether you are looking for a holiday apartment or holiday villas in Molise, we are confident that we can offer you the right accommodation to suit your needs. From larger villas with pools to cosy apartments for two, browse our range of self-catering holiday accommodation today and find the one that's right for you! We are even proud to offer a great range of pet-friendly holiday.

Things to do from your holiday accommodation in Molise

One of the most popular sights to see in Molise has got to be Termoli, which sits above the beautiful Adriatic coastline and offers the most captivating view. Why not take a trip to this wonderful town during your stay in our holiday lettings in Italy. Characteristic of the town are the Trabocchi, which are ancient fishery facilities that are known around Termoli and along the coast of Abruzzo as Costa dei Trabocchi.

Worth knowing about the Molise region

Molise is actually one of the most unknown regions in Italy and is still largely spared the phenomenon of mass tourism. So, if you are hoping for an authentic taste of Italy, then our holiday accommodation in Molise may well be just right for you. Be sure to walk along the Tratturi, traditional grassy paths which shepherds have used for millennia to herd their sheep, which dominate the entire region. The Molise region is very unspoilt and therefore perfect for those of you who wish to learn more about the Italian history or the Italy of days gone by. 

Attractions around your holiday home in Molise

• Perched on an imposing promontory is the ancient heart of Tremolis, probably the most famous city in Molise, surrounded by a high fortress wall. Visit the Romanesque Cathedral of San Basso and the tower, a relic of the Hohenstaufen. Throughout the area there are many churches, chapels or villas from bygone days to admire.
• La Costa Molisana invites you to swim by the sea and is always awarded the Blue Flag for its excellent water quality.
• For sailors and water sports fans, Rio Vivo beach, south of the city, is a true paradise.
• Nature lovers will find happiness in the woods around Petacciato. In Campomarino, in the province of Campobasso, there are crystal blue waters and beaches where you can while away the hours.

Events to enjoy during your stay in your holiday accommodation in Molise

Most events in Molise are based on tradition as is the case throughout the Italian culture. On May 1st, the Maya Festival is celebrated in Acquaviva, the last week of June the Mysteries in Campobasso or the first week of August the Festival of St. Basso.

There is an annual car rally in San Giuliano del Sannio and in September the Festival of Grapes is held  in Riccia. Actually, there is always some festival on the program, so that certainly no boredom arises, is eaten great and drunk.