Second city of Molise by number of inhabitants (after the capital Campobasso), Termoli lives mainly from tourism, although fishing, industry and agriculture still play an important role from an economic and social point of view.
Tourism is purely summer and seaside, even if Termoli is not only famous for its beaches and the sea. The Swabian Castle, the Cathedral, the Borgo Antico are all points of historical and cultural interest which, together with religious festivals (above all the Feast of San Basso, city patron) and civil (such as the "Fish Festival"), enrich the tourist offer of this city a few miles by boat from the Tremiti Islands.
Furthermore, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MACTE) was also recently inaugurated, demonstrating a path of modernization that also involves culture and the arts. To be seen!