Nestled between the Adriatic and the Apennines in south-central Italy, Molise is one of the smallest of the country’s regions. Comprised of the two provinces of Campobasso and Isernia, it shares borders with Lazio, Campania, Puglia and Abruzzo (until 1963, it was part of a region called Abruzzi and Molise).
About the Molise Region
Molise encompasses some of the oldest settlements in Italy, with origins dating back to the 6th and 7th centuries BCE. From 1880 – 1925 much of Southern Italy and Sicily depopulated; today, we are fascinated to see the sparse villages of Molise that still cling to hills and mountainsides. Residents keep their customs alive in the forms of traditional cuisine, architecture and lifestyle. Examples are particularly rich in the towns of Campobasso, Larino, Agnone and Bonefro, all of which we visit.
Molise: A Culinary and Cultural Journey
Special departure with Jeff Roberts, historian and author of several books on artisan foods
Dates & Pricing
Minimum of 6 participants, maximum of 15, with a maximum guide-to-guest ratio of 1 to 8
DATES (7 days)
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Per person in double occupancy: from $3,590
Single Supplement: $540
In addition, we pledge to donate more than 1% of your trip price to food literacy and environmental non profit organizations
What's Not Included
Day 1 – Rome Airport to Campobasso
Day 2 – Agnone
Day 3 – Sepino and Campobasso
Day 4 – Campobasso to Larino via Bonefro
Day 5 – Fortore Valley and Larino
Day 6 – Termoli
Day 7 – Rome Airport
Post-Tour Extension to Northern Puglia and Matera
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