Between July and August, in many villages of Molise there is the celebration of ancient traditions linked to the wheat. Discover the “traglie” parade in Roccavivara, held on 5 August in honor of Sant’Emidio.
That of the loom is a real art which dates back thousands of years before the Christian era. An art that is still jealously preserved in Molise, based on the use of ancient handcrafted wooden frames for the textile processing such as cotton and linen.
In spring, few ingredients are enough to obtain a tasty dish: broad beans, artichokes, pecorino, stale bread and eggs. Let yourself be amazed by the simple flavors of this typical Molise recipe and try to bring it on the table too!
We are in Castelpetroso, a village of Molise in province of Isernia which counts around 1600 inhabitants. This village hosts a spectacular Church which seems to be come out from a fairy. It’s the Church of Maria Santissima Addolorata. Let’s find out together this important attraction of the religious tourism in Molise.
The Olive Tree Park of Venafro celebrates and protects the tradition of the oil, cited by the Romans as one of the best in the Mediterranean. If you are curious to walk among the centuries-old olive trees and to discover the secrets of Molise's "green gold", the park can be for you!
In the upper Molise there is a village famous for its wonderful woods dominated by the presence of silver fir and for the working of the stone, practiced by skilled stonemasons since the Middle Ages; we are talking about Pescopennataro. Find out with us!