His territory is predominantly mountainous: of his 4.439 kmqs in fact over the half they have occupied from mountains it is almost all the remainder from hills, that descend gradually toward the level coastal band. Whoever visit for the first time Molise will have the feeling of the discovery. Not only because it will find in this earth sannitica numerous monuments, testimonies of a millennial history, but also because, from the border abruzzese and that pugliese, from the mountainous rampart of the Mainardes and the Matese up to the Adriatic, this region has maintained an ethnic-geographical island that you has known how to still preserve intact some testimonies of the ancient and glorious civilization of his people.
The territory is characterized for the wealth of big wooded extensions that from tall Molise, on whose slopes are castled characteristic small village, they descend gradually toward the valleys up to the beautiful beach of the Adriatic.
This confers to the environment an enviable landscape patrimony and ecological, and he offers the possibility to practise the hunting, the fishing and the winter sports. Motive for attraction and charm of Molise they derive essentially from the mythical aspect of archaic country, in which they are conjugated a craftsmanship had escaped to the ambitions of the industry of the "design" and an intact urban environment for centuries, with an archaeological and artistic patrimony almost entirely unknown.
They are not in many to know, for example, that to Agnone the craftsmanship of the bells is perpetuated for the most known churches of the world.
To Isernia the women are handed down the art of the tombolo an ancient embroidery of Spanish origin.
To Caparacotta and in other countries there are authentic teachers in the workmanship of the copper and the wood.
To typical Frosolone the craftsmanship of the "blacksmiths teachers" that they manufacture knives and scissors in steel in struggle with competition of the industry learns him. To Bachelors finally, a craftsmanship survives already known to the times of the Romans: that of the frabbricantis of bagpipes.