Italian comune

Termoli (Molisano: Térmle) is a town on the Adriatic coast of Italy, in the region of Molise.

UnderstandEdit

With a population of around 32,000, having expanded quickly after World War II, and it is a local resort town known for its beaches and old fortifications. The beaches have pure waters. Very few non-Italians stay in this area; most tourists to Molise come from Naples and Apulia, to the south of Molise. The seaside promenade features palm trees, and in the summer the many restaurants are crowded.

Get inEdit

By planeEdit

The nearest airports are in Pescara, Naples, and Rome. To arrive in Termoli from one of these airports it is necessary to drive a car, take the train, etc. From Rome by car, the drive will take about 3-4 hours.

By carEdit

  •   Highway Autostrada Adriatica A14 in the direction of Pescara, exit at Termoli and follow SS 87 (state street Bifernina).
  •   Highway Autostrada del Sole A1 Rome - Naples, exit at the tollbooth Caianello, follow signs for Isernia, for Campobasso, SS 17, got onto SS 650 (Fondovalle Trigno) in the direction of San Salvo, take the highway Autostrada Adriatica A14 in the direction of Bari, exit at Termoli and follow SS 87 (state street Bifernina) in the direction of Termoli.
  •   Highway Autostrada A24 Rome - L'Aquila, continue on highway autostrada A25 for Pescara, then take highway autostrada A14, exit at Termoli and follow SS 87 (state street Bifernina) in the direction of Termoli.
  • From Campobasso take SS 87 (state street Bifernina), continue on SS 647, and then SS 87 (state street Bifernina) in the direction of Termoli.

By boatEdit

There is a port directly in Termoli as well as in nearby Pescara.

 

By trainEdit

There is a station in Termoli with connections to main lines from Bologna, Rome, and Bari.  

By busEdit

  The main bus companies serving Molise are the following:

Get aroundEdit

The city center of Termoli is very walkable and many of the beaches are less than a 10-minute walk away. If you want to travel around Molise the easiest way is to rent a car, although public transportation by bus or train is also possible.

By carEdit

Parking: white spaces are free of charge, blue spaces are pay, and yellow spaces are forbidden. Pay attention to street signs indicating the times when the street will be cleaned and parking is not permitted.

By busEdit

The central bus terminal in Termoli has buses going to many towns around Termoli.

SeeEdit

DoEdit

From the Port of Termoli (Porto di Termoli) the beautiful Isole Tremiti are about 1.5 hours away by boat. It is recommended to rent a small motorboat or canoe and explore the three islands at your leisure.

BeachEdit

One may go to a free beach (spiaggia libera) with no amenities, or rent an umbrella, chair, etc., at the lido.

BuyEdit

EatEdit

GelatoEdit

RestaurantsEdit

  • 1 Da Nicolino, Via Roma 13, +39 0875706804, . The special dish of the restaurant is brodetto alla termolese. It is made with many types of fish, such as cuttlefish, mullet, mussels and others, depending on the period and the available fish.
  • Moriello 2.0 (2.0 S.N.C. di Tavani Costantina & C.), Corso Nazionale, +39 0875 705674. High-quality ingredients, prepared fresh. €€.
  • Svevia, Via Giudicato Vecchio, +39 0875 550284, +39 0875 706803, fax: +39 0875 550284, +39 0875 706803. €€.

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Within a radius of about 25 km (16 mi) from Termoli, are the hilltowns of Larino, Casacalenda, Montorio dei Frentani, and Montelongo.

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