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- A nice centro storico with interesting streets, cathedral, castle, sculptures and many restaurants and cafes where you can have dinner or a cup of coffee.Written 9 June 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We had an incredible day in Termoli at Lido Panfilo - the staff are so friendly and always have a smile. The beach is clean, the sunbeds are comfortable and the sea is just beautiful. You get an incredible view of the town centre (which is just a 5min walk away) and the lido also has a bar with delicious food and a huge selection of drinks. It's also really clean with great facilities including a bar area and toilets and showers. What made it especially memorable was how kind Angelo and all the staff are. We live in Campania and drove over for the day as it was my dad's birthday and what a great day out it was. We also brought our dog Lola to the beach for the first time and she loved relaxing in the shade with us. We can't wait to return and it was really easy to book a spot on WhatsApp (we got the number on their website). Thank you for everything Lido Panfilo and see you soon!Written 18 July 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Love seeing this small castle, always present alway there. The old town is so cute. You can go in at times but it is not always open so checkWritten 8 September 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Simply amazing
Duomo di Termoli; Cattedrale di Santa Maria della Purificazione is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to the Purification of Virgin Mary.
We are not very religious but we were all taken by it and all had a great day.
We very much recommend it.
MoWritten 11 August 2019
- In the medieval quarter of Termoli, you will find what is considered the narrowest alley in Europe. It's a nice place for a photo op and if you decide to walk through it, unless you are very slim you will have to walk the short distance sideways.Written 24 December 2021
- I had read about this type of old fashioned fishing and its connection to the area and so it was great to see where it takes place in Termoli. What a beautiful setting.
Although I didn’t see this type of fishing in action, it is good to know that its heritage is being preserved.Written 17 September 2020
- I've been feeling a bit put-off about the thousands of older Western Hemisphere males, usually political or miiitary, postured triumphantly in massive blocks of metal or concrete. As time passes, we most often stop asking who most of them were, or caring about why they're still in place.
Termoli took another more refreshing approach, relaxedly posing two of its acclaimed, as having retained the common touch. Of course, we should do the same for notable women as well, and why stop there? How about children who win national spelling bees? Sales clerks of the year? Custodians of a nation's treasures?
The possibilities are endless. They can be poised jumping rope, twirling pizza dough, fixing a flat tire, yawning, sneezing, All kinds of stuff with which we can all identify. Make them even a bit more personable.
Good show!Written 16 May 2019
- Termoli harbour is divided into two areas: one for fishing boats and one for touristic boats. Since the harbour is close to the city center, you can plan this activity as after-dinner stroll, to get out of the city crowd. Daily tours to the Tremiti Islands start from here.
Some bars in the fishermen area are are too much expensive, ask for prices before taking a seat!Written 26 February 2017
- This is the best shopping centre in the area with a large supermarket, cafe, sports shop, restaurant etc.Written 31 May 2017
- My wife and I spend all of the summer months in our home in Larino. But one of the joys of our annual visits is the LIDO MEDUSA located right on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, a short distance from Termoli’s “Vecchio Borgo”, a remarkable – and intact – medieval walled city complete with a defensive tower built some eight hundred years ago. The LIDO MEDUSA was once the American Officer’s club during the Second World War. That’s likely where the unusual name comes from. Think of the last three letters: USA. This past summer, almost every day, we would drive the 25 kilometers from our hill town to the beach. The MEDUSA is a family enterprise and we have become very fond of the entire family, Simona, Aldo, and their father (Romanino) and mother. The establishment consists of a little bar and restaurant, cabins for changing, netted areas for volley ball, and a large number of orange and green umbrelloni 9literally “large umbrellas”. Each beach area has its own hues, so the stretch of beach extending to the north is a rainbow of colours. Medusa caters to families and to many people a stay here is a annual tradition. Parking is inexpensive. One Euro for the first hour and 20 cents for each additional hour. We’d normally arrive just after lunch and would stay to watch the sunset. We’d combine swimming with lengthy walks along the beach front, often hiking an hour or more to the north, and then an hour back to our deck chairs. You can take advantage of the patterns of the day. The Italians (and there are almost no tourists) arrive early and leave for a large part of the afternoon. Similarly only a few stalwart souls actually stay for the sunset, so the beach is often not as crowded as you might expect. The beach is pristine and well cared for. The water is clear and clean. Visually the setting is stunning and there are probably few places in the world where the season rental (and the relatively inexpensive parking) is available. In essence, therefore, you can live inland in one of the scores of little hill towns and spend your days sunbathing and swimming. This, after all, is Italy and the weather is predictably incredibly beautiful . It’s paradise. Mind you, if you get tired of lazing in the sun you can actually walk in five minutes to the Pedestrian promenade in the centre of the new town where you can enjoy a gelato, an expresso, or just an opportunity to see the holidayers in their late afternoon passeggio. Who could ask for anything more!Written 1 November 2017
- Piazza Duomo serves a bit like medieval Termoli area north star. The strong-shouldered duomo's magnificent coral sculptured doors stand out dramatically from many angles. It is more reassuring and peaceful in its lack of complication than the largest piazza in an old town might be imagined.
Alternately, when events are held within its generous space or summer crowds abound, there's a completely different aura.Written 13 May 2019
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