Isernia became a province in its own right in 1970, but its identity is deeply rooted, going back as far as prehistoric times when the community of the first Europeans lived in one of its valleys. The territory is not large and resembles an eagle's nest sitting on top of the Apennines.
A scrap of land where the contrast between nature and the countryside never clashes and where the little towns perched on the hill-tops or clinging to their slopes proudly assert their independence from the uniformity of the towns.
There is no lack of rivers and lakes, woods, ancient abbeys and sanctuaries open to worship, castles and old temples on which stand neoclassical cathedrals: all ingredients for captivating green, archaeological or religious itineraries which allow us to wander far and near, from one end of the province to the other, in every season and with a vast section to choose from. But above all Isernia is the land which has been untouched by consumer-based tourism and which maintains the secrets and charm of the hidden face of Italy.
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