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Molise and Southern Abruzzo - Does it have to be a secret ?

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Last night we watched the Abruzzo and Molise travel video from the wonderful Magnifica Italia series in preparation for a visit from Australia to our second favourite country in late August this year.

Part of our visit will be to spend 6 days to the east of Rome by car arriving from the North.

I tracked back through many posts on this Forum over many years. It struck me that little has been said in recent years about southern Abruzzo and Molise. Clearly Sulmona has been mentioned before as a favoured base for adventure, but a base slightly further south in one of those beautiful hanging villages of Molise might be even more interesting I thought.

I then moved to looking at wine produced in the region, as often we have been taken to interesting agritourismos and new wine regions. After taking a look at the main regional Agritourismo site I was not able to find what I was looking for. The options in Piedmont and Tuscany seem more apparent.

So I am requesting any information about the region of Molise in particular, where to stay among the beautiful villages, where to eat and what to see ???

We would greatly appreciate some help with our research and for the benefit of others who may follow to visit. Thank you.

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