Molise is a region of south-central Italy on the Adriatic Sea which is nestled between the regions of Apulia, Abruzzo, Campania and Lazio. Is the second smallest region of the nation and its territory, situated on both sides of the Apennins of Abruzzo and Sannita is practically all mountainous and hilly. It is a little-known region by tourism but which can reserve many surprises especially with regard to the nature, because the territory is crossed by the “tratturi“(sheep tracks), the ancient routes once used by shepherds to transfer the flocks from pasture of the region Abruzzo to pasture of the region Apulia. In our days are now less used but always remain a reference to find during walking a territory with enchanting views. The most mountainous area of the region is home to the National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise. Due to its geographical features, the area is also home to some ski resorts, Campitello Matese andCapracotta, which in winter allow you to practice many winter sports. The 35 km of coastline of Molise are mostly sandy and the main seaside resorts are: Termoli, Campomarino and Petacciato. From the port of Termoli you can reach with a ferry, the archipelago of the Tremiti Islands which belong to the Apulia region. The main urban centers of the region are Campobasso, Termoli and Isernia. The rest of the area is dotted by small municipalities.