WHAT TO SEE
The Borgo Antico
Perched on a small rocky promontory , the old village of Termoli , which many say remember the shape of a heart other than a fist , juts out into the Adriatic sea , almost natural tendency towards the horizon , where the east can be seen , in on a clear day , the outline of the archipelago of Tremiti .
The village dates back to V century: the city lived within the walls that enclose the old country until 1847, when King Ferdinand II of Bourbon authorized the Termoli to build outside the walls . These few data to understand how much history and how many lives have passed in the old village .