Biferno, Province of Campobasso, Italy
The Biferno is a river of ' Italy center-south, the main fully included in the region of Molise and in the province of Campobasso. 85 kilometers long, it was born in the municipality of Bojano, in the locality of Pietrecadute, at 500 m asl, from the union of various watercourses coming from the limestone massif of Matese, the main one being the Calderari riveror Calderai, swelling again shortly after due to the confluence of numerous other streams always coming from the Matese Mountains.
Attractions near Biferno
The Swabian castle of Termoli characterizes with its profile the image of the old village of the city. Its construction is traced back approximately to the 13th century, a period in which Frederick II of Swabia designed a fortification system of the south-eastern Italian borders up to Sicily. The Castle is commonly referred to as Swabian , probably due to the restructuring, dating back to 1247, which Frederick II had brought to it, as evidenced by a plaque found inside one of the corner turrets
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Della Purificazione is located in Termoli, in the province of Campobasso. It is the cathedral church of the diocese of Termoli-Larino. The church, dedicated to Santa Maria della Purificazione, was built in 1037 over the remains of what was once a pagan temple dedicated to Castor and Pollux, two Dioscuri, or characters from Greek and Roman mythology, twin sons of Zeus. The current building was built between the 12th and 13th centuries.
The Guardialfiera or Liscione lake is an artificial reservoir formed in the sixties - seventies by the raising of a dam on the Biferno river in Molise in order to supply drinking water to the surrounding villages for domestic, agricultural and industrial use.
The Giardino Botanico Mediterraneo di San Salvo is located in Marina di Chieti, in the province of Chieti. It is a protected area of about 8 hectares, that is 80000 m2, where the predominant biotype is one of the last specimens of the dune system of the Adriatic, characterised by its typical structure made up of strips parallel to the coastline.
The Trigno is a river that flows in Molise and Abruzzo, which crosses the provinces of Isernia, Campobasso, and Chieti with 2 main tributaries. The watercourse originates from the slopes of Monte Capraro, at about 1,150 m asl , in the locality of Capo Trigno in the municipality of Vastogirardi, in the province of Isernia; entered the province of Campobasso, the river marks the border with Abruzzo.
Villa Comunale Park is an absolute must for any visit to Sorrento. Located in the town centre, this small park offers beautifully-manicured gardens and one of the best views in southern Italy. From the park's terrace you can gaze out on to the Gulf of Naples with its landmarks on the horizon such as the islands of Ischia and Procida with the imperious Mount Vesuvius looming in the background.
Where is Biferno
Discover more attractions in Molise, where Biferno is located
Molise is situated in south-central Italy and lies between the Apennine ridge and the Adriatic Sea. Nature, history, art, age-old traditions and good food are the treasures of this still largely-undiscovered region. It reveals unexpected and magnificent landscapes, while the many nature reserves protect the vegetable and animal species representative of this area.