Termoli is a pleasant seaside town in southern Italy, on the Adriatic coast. It features a tiny medieval village perched on a rocky promontory thrust out on the sea, as well as a modern part towards the interior and along the beaches north and south of the rock. Weather is mild to warm, sunny most of the time. Do not forget your bathing suit. From the city port, the splendid Tremiti Isles can be reached by boat in about one hour, and are likely to be the destination of a daily trip.

Termoli may be reached by train (train station is within walking distance of the school venue). The Italian railway information site carries an english-language electronic timetable. Approximate travel times from main Italian cities with airports are: Rome (Roma Termini) 5 hours; Milan (Milano Centrale) 6.5 hours; Bologna 4.5 hours; Pescara 1 hour; Bari 2 hours; Naples (Napoli Centrale) 4.5 hours.

Termoli is located in Molise, south-east of the italian peninsula, just above the spur of the boot.
The fortified citadelle of Termoli guarded an important harbor in medieval times.
The "Rocca Sveva" was a bulwark and observation point against Adriatic pirates.
The Cathedral can be seen in the middle of the fortified village. We hope it will host a musical event for the school.
The citadelle seen from the school's venue.

The harbor offers regular service from Italy to Croatia and Greece.

The Tremiti Isles (San Domino, San Nicola and Capraia) are likely to be the destination of the Sunday one-day-trip.
The Pietrabbondante archeological park preserves roman and earlier specimens: it is likely to be visited on Saturday afternoon.
The local cuisine is based on fish, pasta, olive oil, lamb and hot peppers.