Saepinum was a Roman town which lies on the plain facing towards the Tammaro valley. It was named allegedly after the Latin verb saepire, which means “to fence in” due to the ancient walled sheepfolds used in the area over transhumance activity.



Larino is a burg in Molise that hides unsuspecting testimonies of the past, from the middle Ages and Antiquities. These fragments of history include splendid mosaics and remains of monuments, and in particular it sticks out a well preserved roman amphitheater.

santuario di pietrabbondante

Sanctuary of Pietrabbondante

Sanctuary of Pietrabbondante is of great historical importance. It’s the major sacred area still standing  indeed, in the land of Samnites, an ancient italic population settled in south-central Italy.